#Sketchyourscience a hit at #ESA100…so what?

#Sketchyourscience a hit at #ESA100…so what?

At ESA’s annual conference/meeting (#ESA100) our section had a booth at which we encouraged folks to sketch their science.

We were blown away by how many people enthusiastically did so.

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#ESA100 SciComm Socializing

#ESA100 SciComm Socializing

Next week’s theme: mmixxx, mix, mix, and mingle! If you aim to connect with fellow SciComm buffs and advocates, you will have loads of opportunities at #ESA100. Of course, there’s the SciComm Section workshop, “Communicating Science Vividly.” We’re also curating a list of SciComm-related activities being held throughout the annual meeting. And on an informal note,Read more about #ESA100 SciComm Socializing[…]

Save the date: 3 conference activities to launch the new ESA SciComm section

Save the date: 3 conference activities to launch the new ESA SciComm section

 

We’re delighted to confirm approval of a new ESA section devoted to Science Communication!

Click here for complete details, including section by-laws.

Three important dates to note (all taking place during the 2015 annual ESA meeting) are as follows: Read more about Save the date: 3 conference activities to launch the new ESA SciComm section

Multimedia SciComm Resource Guide

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. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International License. Please review the license terms beforeRead more about Multimedia SciComm Resource Guide[…]

Workshop prep: Arrive prepared

Workshop prep: Arrive prepared

Thanks for joining the fun!

We are very intentionally offering a ‘tapas’ style taster of different ways you could communicate your science, and there will be a strong emphasis on storytelling. We want you to walk away with a sense of the unique strengths of these different media for powering science communication, and to develop some sense of preference for what you might be interested in exploring more in the future.

Plan on having lots of fun, and trying lots of new things!

What you’ll need:

We’ll be sending a more detailed email to pre-registered participants by the end of the week. Meanwhile, here are a few things you’ll need to make the most of the workshop. Read more about Workshop prep: Arrive prepared