June 16 2023 - 14:00
About the Event
In this webinar, we will explore how storytelling brings life to inclusion work, and discuss some of the ethical issues that may arise. This webinar is suitable for those who want to take action to make their workplaces more diverse, inclusive, and accessible, but don’t know where to start, or have hit a brick wall. It is also suitable for publishers who want to increase the diversity of the authors and editorial teams that they represent.
Register for this recording
You may still register for the recording of the webinar by visiting the GoToWebinar site.
(Please note that webinars have software generated transcripts therefore are not 100% accurate. If you would like a copy of the transcript please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our speakers have kindly agreed to make their slides available. You may download them from here. Please use the correct attribution if you wish to refer to them.
Inclusion Lead at Emerald Publishing
Danielle is a diversity and inclusion practitioner, with nearly ten years’ experience in the publishing industry. She believes that storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to make meaningful change in organisations, bringing life to her work in recruitment, equality monitoring, employee training, and the retention and development of people with diverse backgrounds and abilities.
- Reflect on whether your experience of storytelling promotes inclusion.
- Explore how storytelling can impact and revitalise an organisational diversity and inclusion program.
- Discuss some of the ethical issues of storytelling in scholarly communication.
Subject level and previous knowledge required
Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required.
For this webinar please make sure you have at hand:
- Mobile phone to read QR code(s)
- Pen and paper
- Picture of your personal bookshelf - only if you are far from it and you can't give it a quick look while connected to the webinar.
- Picture of personal TV or movies watched list - in case you can't access it and give it a quick browse while connected to the webinar.
To help you prepare for UKSG webinars, you may like to read the Notes for Participants:
To test your system ahead of time, please visit https://support.goto.com/webinar/system-check-attendee
Follow UKSG on Twitter @UKSG #UKSGwebinar
This is a free webinar and is open to members and non-members of UKSG alike - Please note that advance registration is required.
Unable to attend? Register anyway and we will send you a link to a recording of the webinar after the event. If you have already registered and are subsequently unable to attend, please do not cancel your registration - only active registrations will receive the recording in a follow-up e-mail.
UKSG wants to provide the best possible experience for all our delegates, making presentations as accessible and inclusive as possible. Our intention where possible is to strongly encourage our speakers to provide auto generated closed captioning for both live and recorded events as well as to make sure their slides are as easy as possible for all people to read. In addition, we can provide auto generated transcripts post event for each of the recorded sessions.
If you have particular accessibility needs or questions about this webinar, we welcome you to contact Samira Koelle.
This is a free webinar - Please note that advance registration is required.
Please take a look at our code of conduct
If you have already registered and are subsequently unable to attend, please do not cancel your registration - only active registrations will receive the recording in a follow-up e-mail.
NB: UKSG reserves the right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances beyond its reasonable control without being obliged to refund monies.