Conceptualising and communicating your ideas visually is a valuable skill for every researcher
Improve the clarity of your research and produce greater impact by sharing your research in a variety of formats to a range of audiences
Gain fresh perspective on your findings and messaging through planning, designing and sharing your visual communications
The infohackit online programme, designed specifically for researchers, aims to support you to create individual outputs (such as a poster or abstract) and to empower you with the confidence and skills to work independently in the future.
You can start the programme at any time. For 12-months from your first session, you will have access to a range of training which is offered in a highly flexible basis. You can follow the programme at your own pace and choose the training and workshops that are of interest and relevance to you. Every workshop is offered several times through the year to enable you to find a time that suits, and you can repeat any sessions you would like to.
“I cannot recommend infohackit enough! I have learnt so much about communicating research effectively with design. This has helped not only with making great posters but improving diagrams, graphs and creating infographics.
“The best thing about this course is its accessibility. You don’t need to be an artist and you have access to extremely detailed and tailored feedback on your work. The course content is diverse and extensive, and you can quickly see the results in your work.
“It’s great to be part of a community of course attendees that you can learn and take inspiration from. It’s also fun! Everyone communicating science/research should take this course.”
Chloe, University of East Anglia