Sessions hosted by the ESA SciComm Section workshops; live storytelling session & discussion; “Ask A Pro” mentoring meet-ups; #SketchYourScience; business meeting & meet-up — details below. 1. Workshop: Improv Your Science: building skills for effective communication Monday, August 7, 10:15-11:30 am OCC room C123 Start the Annual Meeting off right and join in on a fun andRead more about 2017 Annual Meeting[…]
Of course, the SciComm Section is hosting sessions! We have 2 workshops, 2 storytelling sessions, 3 mixers, a business meeting/meet-up, and #SketchYourScience all lined up! We’re especially excited about the following: If you’re looking for even more SciComm at the conference, quite a few sessions caught our attention. SciComm-related sessions are listed on our website, here, accordingRead more about #ESA2017 SciComm activities (a long list)[…]
Of course, the SciComm Section is hosting sessions! If you’re looking for even more SciComm at the conference, here are some sessions that caught our attention. This list is in development. If you are aware of an activity, session, or talk taking place which relates to SciComm, feel free to suggest we add it to theRead more about SciComm -related activities and sessions at #ESA2017[…]
Connecting and communicating about the conference via social media? Here are our hashtag recommendations: #ESASciComm & #ESA2016.
Next, the following email newsletter was recently sent to all #ESASciComm Section members, along with non-members on our mailing list. If you’ll be/are at #ESA2016, please connect with us! Read more about 2016 Annual Meeting …
#ESA2018 The 2018 ESA annual meeting (#ESA2018) in New Orleans provides a significant opportunity to plan scicomm-related sessions that take into account ethics, inclusivity, community and ecosystem resilience, the science of scicomm, and many more themes of critical importance to our Section, ESA, and society more broadly. Mark your ESA2018 calendar for the following workshopsRead more about 2018 Annual Meeting[…]
Enhance your sketching toolkit at the #ESA100 “Communicating Science Vividly” workshop!
Guest post by Bethann Garramon Merkle
Everyone can sketch – even you.
— Pika Jo Varner (@johannavarner) August 10, 2014
Researchers have demonstrated that drawing (even without training) can:
- aid learning & memorization
- help clarify what you know
- enhance research methodology
- improve value of student assessments
- enhance creativity and problem solving
- enhance communication efforts
We are working with C&E Section members and ESA more broadly to move from talking about why communicating our science is important to improving how we actually do that. That’s why, at each year’s annual meeting, we host at least one workshop or session focused on science communication professional development. The following links will connectRead more about C&E Section at Past Annual ESA Meetings[…]