This blog moves beyond why we communicate about science to demonstrating how.
These blog posts feature multimedia scicomm projects (produced by workshop participants, instructors, and collaborators) chronicling and exploring the science presented at ESA 2014. Tune in to ESA’s EcoTone blog – both during and after the conference – where ESA will highlight some of the scicomm produced by our workshop.
Looking to expand your toolbox? Curious to test the waters of science communication for the first time?
Here in the tips and resources section, we have bundled our favorite tools, software and apps – most of which you already carry around in your pocket or could download for free.
The idea of launching a new ESA section focused on science communication gained momentum at ESA 2014, and received official approval in early 2015. Our thanks to everyone who supported the process by signing the petition and providing suggestions re priorities, possibilities, etc. at our informal first meeting at ESA 2014. OBJECTIVES OF THIS SECTION (AS…