1. Summarize what the panelists are discussing, as you understand it. 2. What stood out to you or surprised you in the video of the conference panel of scientists discussing their use of social media and balancing science and science communication? What might you borrow for use in your blog project now? What ideas could be useful to you in future connections you might make to make important bridges between the sciences to non-scientists? 3. How do you expect blogging to add a new dimension to your own work
as a researcher-writer-scholar? This is from Spot On London 13 session exploring why, and how best, should scientists communicate about their work to a larger audience–outside one’s discipline and/or outside the scientific community to media, policymakers, funders, and the general public: NOTE: You are only required to watch to the 21-minute mark. You do not need to watch the question and answer portion unless you would like to do so.
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