Western Division AFS SciComm Intro

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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.

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

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  • 1. Introduction and Key Conceptsin Science CommunicationDemian EbertJeremiah Osborne-Gowey Western Division Annual Meeting American Fisheries Society Boise, Idaho USAApril 16, 2013
  • 2. Outline– Session Introduction • Goals • Structure / Format • Workshop– Key Concepts in Science CommunicationIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 2Science Communication
  • 3. Session Introduction
  • 4. Session GoalsIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 4Science Communication
  • 5. Session Structure Science Story Language Images Symposium WorkshopIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16. 2013 Page 5Science Communication
  • 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. WorkshopIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 7Science Communication
  • 8. Key Concepts inScience Communication
  • 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. Know Your AudienceIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 10Science Communication
  • 11. Craft Your MessageIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 11Science Communication
  • 12. EditIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 12Science Communication
  • 13. Be CurrentIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 14Science Communication
  • 14. ShareIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 15Science Communication
  • 15. Interact– Embrace Debate– Maintain Integrity– Be ProfessionalIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 16Science Communication
  • 16. Conclusion
  • 17. Conclusion– Take part– Embrace a multi-step process– Multi-dimensional– Multi-tooledIntroduction and Key Concepts in April 16, 2013 Page 18Science Communication
  • 18. Questions? demian.ebert@aecom.com Twitter: @demianebert jeremiahosbornegowey@gmail.com Twitter: @JeremiahOsGo Thank YouIntroduction and Key Concepts in ScienceCommunication April 16, 2013