Who are ‘the Public’? many publics!• schools and colleges• families and children• young people (aged 18-25)• adults• local communities, community groups• business and industry• government and policy makers…
The Public Engagement TriangleScience for All (2010)
Karen’s Top Tips for Success at SCC2013:1. Meet new people!2. Don’t be shy to ask for clarification ofterms etc.3. Get to sessions on time4. Follow the Twitter stream: #SciComm135. Contribute… listen… collaborate…Engage!
Recommended Resources• Science for All (2010). Report and action plan from the Science for All Expert Group.London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Available fromhttp://interactive.bis.gov.uk/scienceandsociety/site/all/files/2010/02/Science-for-All-Final-Report-WEB.pdf.• Bultitude, K. (2011) The Why and How of Science Communication. In Rosulek, P. (Ed)Science Communication. Pilsen: European Commission. Available fromhttp://www.ucl.ac.uk/sts/staff/bultitude/KB_TB/Karen_Bultitude_-_Science_Communication_Why_and_How.pdf.• Duncan, S. and Spizer, S. (2010). The engaging researcher: Inspiring people to engagewith your research. Vitae and the Beacons for Public Engagement. Available fromhttp://www.vitae.ac.uk/CMS/files/upload/The_engaging_researcher_2010.pdf.