Experiential Learning, Engaging in Public Discourse and Visual Communication Tools
There are many ways that researchers can communicate their findings and share their expertise on a topic. While preparing text, visuals and presentations, researchers also have the opportunity to understand and see their work from new perspectives, which may even lead to further discovery.
In this newsletter, we are highlighting the different ways that researchers at the University of Guelph are communicating their research from drawn visuals of key findings from student and community partner projects, to infographics on bioplastics, to participating in public panel discussions. We hope you enjoy these diverse ways of learning about research as much as we do!
Wishing you a happy and healthy start to the Fall.
- Evan Fraser, Director of Arrell Food Institute