SciComm Lit Review: Skylar Bayer reviews “Writing Science in Plain English”

I feel like I have found a reference to keep on my shelf for the rest of my career [...] In fact, after reading Writing Science in Plain English, I want to go back and edit every journal article I have ever written. ~S. Bayer What is the reviewer’s motive (expertise, curiosity, sharing lessons learned, … Continue reading SciComm Lit Review: Skylar Bayer reviews “Writing Science in Plain English”

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#SciComm resource round-up

#ESA2016 is in full swing, and #ESASciComm is a big topic this year. Between our smashing success #upgoESA Ignite session.... https://twitter.com/DrHolly/status/763095579538915329 ...and our dynamic interactive scicomm workshop... https://twitter.com/beecycles/status/763083857717592065 ...inspiration and discussion about #scicomm is trending. And, there's more scicomm to come throughout the week! https://twitter.com/ec0p0lis/status/762626491905675265 We'll be re-capping on this blog, ESA's EcoTone blog is going to … Continue reading #SciComm resource round-up

Resources: Writing

*This list is dynamic, and in-development. Feel free to make suggestions (use the comments section or contact us directly) re additional resources and great examples that should be included. RESOURCES See the general scicomm resources page for tips and resources on writing about numbers and data, storytelling techniques, and a lot more. Science Writer’s Handbook + … Continue reading Resources: Writing