Introduction and Key Conceptsin Science CommunicationDemian EbertJeremiah Osborne-Gowey Western Division Annual Meeting Am...
Outline– Session Introduction    • Goals    • Structure / Format    • Workshop– Key Concepts in Science  CommunicationIntr...
Session Introduction
Session GoalsIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 4Science Communication
Session Structure                         Science                     Story                                       Language...
Schedule of Upcoming Presentations– Niels Nokkentved – Science Narratives and Storytelling– Perrin Ireland –Compelling Vis...
WorkshopIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 7Science Communication
Key Concepts inScience Communication
Key Concepts                                                     Know Your                                                ...
Know Your AudienceIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 10Science Commu...
Craft Your MessageIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 11Science Commu...
EditIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 12Science Communication
Be CurrentIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 14Science Communication
ShareIntroduction and Key Concepts in                                   April 16, 2013   Page 15Science Communication
Interact– Embrace Debate– Maintain Integrity– Be ProfessionalIntroduction and Key Concepts in                             ...
Conclusion
Conclusion– Take part– Embrace a multi-step process– Multi-dimensional– Multi-tooledIntroduction and Key Concepts in      ...
Questions?                                  demian.ebert@aecom.com                                           Twitter: @dem...
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Introductory talk for the science communication session at the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society meeting, April 15-18, 2013 in Boise, Idaho USA.

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  • Provide a science communication primerProvide tools that you can use
  • The Symposium: Presentations on aspects of communicationThe Workshop: Hands-on Practice
  • PaperProcessGroupsPosterPowerPointPress ReleaseSocial MediaFeedback
  • Know Your AudienceCraft Your MessageEdit, Edit, EditShareInteractBe Current
  • Target ProductLevel of DetailTechnical ComplexityLanguageTerminologyGraphics
  • CompellingMulti-channeledAccurateOn topic
  • Edit your own work. Multiple times.Ask for, and respect, peer reviewRevise, revise, reviseEdit, edit, edit
  • Use Different Forms of CommunicationPersonalizeUse Your Preferred Method
  • Publically Available via open access journals, open data repositories, presentation sharing sites, blogs, media, etc.Respect Copyright and Ownership
  • Embrace a multi-step processMulti-tooledMulti-dimensionalMulti-tooledMulti-partAnd Practice
  • Western Division AFS SciComm Intro

    1. 1. Introduction and Key Conceptsin Science CommunicationDemian EbertJeremiah Osborne-Gowey Western Division Annual Meeting American Fisheries Society Boise, Idaho USAApril 16, 2013
    2. 2. Outline– Session Introduction • Goals • Structure / Format • Workshop– Key Concepts in Science CommunicationIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 2Science Communication
    3. 3. Session Introduction
    4. 4. Session GoalsIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 4Science Communication
    5. 5. Session Structure Science Story Language Images Symposium WorkshopIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16. 2013 Page 5Science Communication
    6. 6. Schedule of Upcoming Presentations– Niels Nokkentved – Science Narratives and Storytelling– Perrin Ireland –Compelling Visuals for Science Stories– Bruce Herbold – Taking Back Power for Yourself and Your Message– Christina Swanson – Science as a Second Language– Rocky Barker – Sharing Information with the PublicIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 6Science Communication
    7. 7. WorkshopIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 7Science Communication
    8. 8. Key Concepts inScience Communication
    9. 9. Key Concepts Know Your Audience Craft Your Interact Message Edit, Edit, Share Edit Be CurrentIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 9Science Communication
    10. 10. Know Your AudienceIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 10Science Communication
    11. 11. Craft Your MessageIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 11Science Communication
    12. 12. EditIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 12Science Communication
    13. 13. Be CurrentIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 14Science Communication
    14. 14. ShareIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 15Science Communication
    15. 15. Interact– Embrace Debate– Maintain Integrity– Be ProfessionalIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 16Science Communication
    16. 16. Conclusion
    17. 17. Conclusion– Take part– Embrace a multi-step process– Multi-dimensional– Multi-tooledIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 18Science Communication
    18. 18. Questions? demian.ebert@aecom.com Twitter: @demianebert jeremiahosbornegowey@gmail.com Twitter: @JeremiahOsGo Thank YouIntroduction and Key Concepts in ScienceCommunication April 16, 2013
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