Master Class

09: 30 am to 10: 45 am AWST, Thursday, October 28, 2021

How to Bring Academic Insights to End-users

An Online Master Class on Policy Literacy for Early-career Researchers

This online master class intends to create a unique opportunity for ECRs to receive timely and designated guidance and feedback from a panel of experts who are experienced in engaging with the end-users of academic research in different ways. Through this master class, the participating ECRs will develop skills to make their research more accessible and relevant to a broad spectrum of end-users. The general audience can also navigate the gaps between research, policy and practice by observing the interactions between the participated ECRs and the experts.

The panel of experts

CEO of StudyPerth, the peak body of international education in WA

Associate Professor

Jeannette Taylor

Winner of The Institute of Public Administration Australia’s 2020 Sam Richardson Award for the most influential paper

The workshop, including the keynote address and the master class, is open to the public.

Please register below to receive the zoom link to participate.

Schedule

09:30 to 09:35 (Perth): Introduction of the master class and members of the panel (Dr Mona Chettri and Dr Yu Tao)

09:35 to 09:45 (Perth): Why deliberate efforts are needed to bring academic insights to end-users – a brief overall remark from Professor Shamit Saggar

09:45 to 10:55 (Perth): Three workshop participants introduce their research agenda or project, following a 3MT format.

10:55 to 10:10 (Perth): The expert panel members provide feedback to the participants regarding how they may better engage with the end-users of their research

10:10 to 10:20 (Perth): Three workshop participants introduce their research agenda or project, following a 3MT format.

10:20 to 10:35 (Perth): The panel members provide feedback to the participants regarding how they may better engage with the end-users of their research

10:35 to 10:45 (Perth): General Q&A with the panel and wrap up (Dr Mona Chettri and Dr Yu Tao)

This master class is proudly supported by the The UWA Public Policy Institute, a bridge between academic research and government, public and business needs, delivering real-world policy impact at state, national and regional levels.