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Dissemination: Communication, Public Relations, and Propaganda Linda Mason lmason@osrhe. edu Dissemination: Communication, Public Relations, and Propaganda Linda Mason [email protected] edu

DISSEMINATION § § § requirement influences shows accountability DISSEMINATION § § § requirement influences shows accountability

DISSEMINATION § The process of COMMUNICATING information about your research to the PUBLIC § DISSEMINATION § The process of COMMUNICATING information about your research to the PUBLIC § NOT propaganda

ALL THROUGH THE GRANT PROJECT § Include dissemination strategies and activities from the very ALL THROUGH THE GRANT PROJECT § Include dissemination strategies and activities from the very beginning § Link the dissemination activities to: § the statement of need, § the program delivery, § evaluation, and § budget

NARRATIVE § Include dissemination narrative in: § your program narrative, § evaluation plan, and NARRATIVE § Include dissemination narrative in: § your program narrative, § evaluation plan, and § budget - 5 -10% of the total budget amount

In no way should dissemination be an afterthought! § Disseminate information about § activities In no way should dissemination be an afterthought! § Disseminate information about § activities § results § findings § successes § failures § human interest

FOLLOW THE GUIDANCE PROVIDED BY YOUR GRANTING AGENCY § Use creativity § Use tools FOLLOW THE GUIDANCE PROVIDED BY YOUR GRANTING AGENCY § Use creativity § Use tools available § Tailor to fit your project

TARGET SEVERAL AUDIENCES § § § § Very local - your own department Local TARGET SEVERAL AUDIENCES § § § § Very local - your own department Local - your own college or university State Regional National International Specific audiences identified by the funding agency

REPORTS § Document dissemination in quarterly, annual, and final reports § Include both successes REPORTS § Document dissemination in quarterly, annual, and final reports § Include both successes and failures § Use reports and dissemination as a way to pave the future for more funding! § Find out and let others know

HOW MUCH $? § Rule of thumb - about 5 -10% resources and effort HOW MUCH $? § Rule of thumb - about 5 -10% resources and effort § Dissemination, § Public relations § Communicating about your grant efforts and results

HOW? § Presentations at technical meetings § Articles, briefs, other writings in journals, magazines, HOW? § Presentations at technical meetings § Articles, briefs, other writings in journals, magazines, newsletters § Press releases (you prepare and let reporters edit – include photos) § Add information to a searchable data base § Produce ‘How To’ guides § Produce leaflets and brochures

HOW? § § § Special targeted meetings on campus and off campus (host live HOW? § § § Special targeted meetings on campus and off campus (host live meetings or use One. Net for videoconferences) § department - college § university - high school students § county - high school teachers § State - Region § nation - international groups § professional orgs - civic organizations Develop seminars and workshops of peers Speakers to provide talks to various community and professional organizations

HOW? § § Build dissemination events into your schedule Identify uses for your grant HOW? § § Build dissemination events into your schedule Identify uses for your grant activities to be used in other settings § Communicate your willingness to share: § schools - organizations § adult clubs - civic organizations § scouts - university classes § youth groups - academic clubs § senior citizen programs § university recruiters § university career advisors § Continuing education workshops

HOW? § § § § Community discussion groups Festivals Cultural events Conferences Face-to-face meetings HOW? § § § § Community discussion groups Festivals Cultural events Conferences Face-to-face meetings Business leader groups Churches

HOW? § Develop DVDs, CD-ROMs, video tapes § Project website § Add links to HOW? § Develop DVDs, CD-ROMs, video tapes § Project website § Add links to other websites, department, university, professional organization

HOW CAN ONE NET HELP? § Videoconference local meetings § Videoconference statewide meetings § HOW CAN ONE NET HELP? § Videoconference local meetings § Videoconference statewide meetings § § § § All Oklahoma colleges and universities All Oklahoma technical schools 85% High schools/middle schools Libraries Government offices and agencies Hospitals Businesses

HOW CAN ONE § § § NET HELP? Videoconference national meetings Internet 2 National HOW CAN ONE § § § NET HELP? Videoconference national meetings Internet 2 National Lambda Rail Project websites Discuss with colleagues in other states and/or other countries § Send results and data to colleagues in other states & other countries

HOW CAN ONE § § NET HELP? Share courses with other institutions Share courses HOW CAN ONE § § NET HELP? Share courses with other institutions Share courses with high schools Share courses with other countries Virtual field trips for students and researchers § § § Research sites Work sites Application sites Other states Other countries Museums or special collections

One. Net § One. Net is the nation’s largest private/public partnership telecommunication system. § One. Net § One. Net is the nation’s largest private/public partnership telecommunication system. § Universities and colleges in Oklahoma have access to the highest rated telecommunication in the United States. § One. Net costs are invisible to the grant agency and the project director.

WHY? § § § § § Lead to future funding Share with colleagues Share WHY? § § § § § Lead to future funding Share with colleagues Share with the world New project ideas Recruit into the field Represent the field to the public Responsible citizenship Eliminate “reinvention of the wheel” Increase status - you, university, funder

REMEMBER: § § Practice ethical behavior Guard your intellectual property rights Do not violate REMEMBER: § § Practice ethical behavior Guard your intellectual property rights Do not violate other’s property rights Follow the public relations processes and procedures of your organization § If there is not a policy, help develop one

DISSEMINATION § § § § Have fun Enjoy Share Communicate Bask in your successes DISSEMINATION § § § § Have fun Enjoy Share Communicate Bask in your successes Celebrate successes with others Educate your communities Remember, a success includes identifying a failure and providing insights for its remediation.