ScienceRewired got a great little shout-out with the first question – here’s the session from tonight, with thanks to Sarah Keenihan, OnSci and all the contributors: [View the story "#onsci June 20 2013: Myths about communicating science" on Storify]
Closing Video By Veritasium – Thanks From Everyone At #BigSci13!
At the conclusion of The Big Science Communication Summit, we hope you enjoyed the following video by our MC, Dr Derek Muller of Veritasium. Thank you to everyone who has been a part!
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Dear Australia, We Are Trying to Reach You
We have dealt a lot with communication over the past couple of days. Looked at it from many angles, tackled many different ways to improve it and its delivery to very diverse target audiences. Awesome. Quick question: do these audiences know we are trying to actually connect with them? Do we have to do it [...]
Reality Bites – How Do Workshop Results Stack Up In The Real World? Storify #BigSci13
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Diminishing Degrees Of Separation: Developing Collaborative Approaches Across Sectors
The spider’s web of collaboration: Are you weaving the threads, dodging the spider or getting caught in the web? Everyone appreciates a good system, but how do we get there? For the complex endeavors of science communication, engagement and research uptake, collaboration among various stakeholders is the key to success. At present, there are various [...]
Engaging All Australians – Moving Beyond Children And Education
The ‘It’s a Two Way Street – Engaging all Australians in the Sciences’ workshop focused on the challenge of creating programs, strategies and mindsets to allow engagement for all Australians with science. Sitting in small groups, the usual discussions arose amongst the participants when considering barriers to engaging with wider audiences and ‘non-traditional’ groups. Examining [...]