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Communication of Research.

  1. 1. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Research Communication #JoDoc2020 15/7/2020, 16:20, Medical School Miquel DURAN Institute of Computational Chemistry and Catalysis Càtedra de Cultura Científica i Comunicació Digital Universitat de Girona miquel.duran@udg.edu @miquelduran Doctoral School, @univgirona – 15/7/2020 This presentation is available at http://slideshare.net/quelgir
  2. 2. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu This is me • MicroCV at twitter: University professor. Research in Quantum Chemistry. Digital Science Communication, Magic and Science, MOOCs, TEDx events, Open Knowledge • Full Professor of Physical Chemistry at Universitat de Girona. Research in quantum Chemistry - Nonlinear optical properties of molecules, two- electron densities, and weak molecular interactions. This is me too • I like magic, railways, lateral thinking, food markets, humour, mountain biking, languages, … • Best friends: our cats Auri and Zuri https://twitter.com/arnauduran/status/441597227241177088/photo/1/large And this is even me
  3. 3. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Many keys and ways for digital communication of knowledge
  4. 4. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Workshop Outline  This is me and my digital circumstances  Five reasons not to communicate research  Open Science, Open Research, Wikipedia  Artificial Intelligence and Science Communication  Me, online  #covid19 times
  5. 5. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu #Selfie: it’s all about reputation (Not a CC image)
  6. 6. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu But the new #selfie is the appearance at videoconferencing tools  New skills:  Videoconferencing (delivering talks)  Managing videoconferencing  Keeping discussions  Attending  Hybrid – online and face-to-face  New possibilities  Now many opportunities to attend relevant talks and meetings
  7. 7. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu What has changed recently in (y)our neighborhood? • Almost everyone has now a smartphone (mobility) • High bandwidth (video consumption) • Ease of video production and streaming • And the Internet of things • And now… #covid19 – hybrid space, synchronicity and people groups
  8. 8. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Does Research Communication actually matter in a (post-)Covid-19 Society?  #Covid-19 will be over someday … or we'll manage to live with it  #Covid-19 is pushing new ways of society organization  Unfortunately, we have seen tons of bad practices in science (or biased science-based politics) communication to the so-called stakeholders – i.e., people
  9. 9. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Do you realize that now…  Rubik's Cube gatherings are more complicated?  Card magic is more difficult?  Because  Cubes, Cards, and other props cannot be touched at all  Online gatherings, contests, magic, live performances, ...
  10. 10. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu The -less age  We already had wireless…  Now we have got  Touchless  Contactless  Closenessless  New adjectives and concepts  Virtual  Remote, online, face-to-face, hybrid, blended, inverted, ...
  11. 11. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu This is me… • And my archive… • And my laptop • And my tablet • And my smartphone • And my smartwatch • i.e., …
  12. 12. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu This is me and my digital circumstances http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikebabcock/3600077025/
  13. 13. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu But… This is also me my battery my plugs my WiFi and my 3G Is it sustainable?
  14. 14. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu @LSEImpactBlog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/
  15. 15. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Warwick Knowledge Centre http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/knowledge/
  16. 16. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu So here are 5 reasons not to communicate Science... especially in the Net
  17. 17. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu I don’t have any good idea Why don’t you consider Science dissemination as an opportunity for expanding your research activity into teaching and leaving your usual expertise field, while adventuring into new areas?
  18. 18. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu I don’t have any money Why don’t you consider Science dissemination as an opportunity to get some funding through calls, international collaboration, transdisciplinar work?
  19. 19. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu I don’t have time nor energy left Why don’t you consider Science Communication as an opportunity for task cleanup and lean time management?
  20. 20. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu I don’t have enough digital skills Why don’t you consider Science Dissemination as an opportunity to enter the amazing world of the Internet, online learning, open knowledge, social networking, …?
  21. 21. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu I get no recognition Why don’t you consider Science Disseminaton as an opportunity to recharge your personal batteries? (personal note: the number of cycles is limited – like actual chemical batteries)
  22. 22. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu SO There are many reasons to communicate science in the Net, they are APPEALING Communicating Science means having the right attitude, rather than having the suitable resources. WHY DON’T YOU Start a blog, open a twitter account or set up instragram photostream AND Tackle an idea, talk about an event, deal with a moment in history, criticize science in newspapers and media, curate content AND PLEASE COMMENT my blog post at http://edunomia.net
  23. 23. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Caution Your attitude is a choice! Continued, strong and stressful involvement in Science Communication may cause adiction. Do Clicks & bricks Do MOOCs, books & cooks This presentation and others at http://slideshare.net/quelgir Text licensed CC-BY-SA
  24. 24. Miquel Duran @miquelduran http://miquelduran.net miquel.duran@udg.edu Key ideas to (tweet and to) take away • The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' (I found it!) but 'That's funny ...‘ (Isaasc Asimov) (also “Oh My God!, as noted by Nobel Prize S Glashow) • Education is not a preparation for life. Education is life itself • Thank you!!!!!

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