Multimedia SciComm Resource Guide

This resource guide is meant to inspire and empower – not only are there great examples, but we’ve provided practical advice about why, how, and when each media type can help you get your message across.

Bison ecologists, Saskatchewan; copyright 2011, Bethann G. Merkle
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Our instructors and contributors (to the #ESA2014 SciComm workshop) distilled their years of experience – successes and misadventures alike – into this guide book. Fully illustrated with photos and sketches done by our team, we hope this guide helps you enhance your SciComm, or at least inspires you to try doing a little SciComm.

We’d love to hear what you find useful, and what you wish we’d included. Just let us know in the comments!


Looking for more?

Visit our web version of the guide, which includes more recent resource recommendations.

4 thoughts on “Multimedia SciComm Resource Guide

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  2. Is it possible to receive these materials as email attachments? They look FANTASTIC and i am having trouble trying to get them to download!

    1. Hi! Glad to hear you’re excited about the materials. No need for a file, actually. If you click on the main “resources” link, you’ll find a sidebar menu with links to all the categories of material contained in the PDF. Those links lead to pages where we’ve posted all the links…because the material in the multimedia guide is pretty much all available on line.

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