Rewarded! has realized a tailor-made series of workshops, especially for researchers that have received an award from the pilot fund Science communication by scientists: Rewarded! During each workshop participants expand their knowledge of science communication by learning from experts-based panel discussions, exchanging daily practices and by collectively tackling common challenges.
Closing conference Rewarded!
Hybrid programme on Thursday 23 June
During this interactive afternoon, results of the project were discussed and we worked on concrete recommendations for future-proof science communication with the more than 100 attendees.
Vlogging & Science 101 | download materials (Dutch)
This workshop took place on Friday 20 May 2022
During this workshop, participants were introduced to the technical tricks of vlogging.Download materials
Learn & Reflect (NL)
This workshop took place on Thursday 14 April (13:00 – 16:00) and Friday 22 April (10:00 – 13:00)
In these workshops, scientists reflected on their own role in the changing relations between science and society.
From University to House of Representatives | download materials
This workshop took place on Friday, March 11, 2022
Workshop for PhD-students and postdocs about the interaction between science and politics.
Measuring impact | download materials (Dutch)
This workshop took place on 29 October 2021 and on 18 February 2022
What is the impact of your science communication or public engagement activities? Download the materials discussed during the workshops here
Making science podcasts | download materials (Dutch)
i.c.w. Saar Slegers (De Man en de Maan) and Lucas Brouwers (NRC Chef Wetenschapsredactie en host Onbehaarde Apen)
This workshop took place on Friday 19 November 2021
Do you want to learn about character-building and tension arcs in (science) podcasts and apply them directly to your own podcast(idea)?
Citizen Science | download materials
This workshop took place on Friday 17 September 2021.
Conducting your scientific research together with citizens. Like the sound of that? Download the materials discussed during the workshops here.