Lesson Open Access
Science and the varied publics for Science Communication straddle borders and interact on an increasingly global level. By adopting globally relevant practices we can better represent and respond to the interactions between science and societies around the world.
This workshop supports science communicators in becoming more aware of global differences in audiences and contexts when planning and delivering communications that have potential for global/international impact. This means seeking out and paying attention to any evidence coming out of global (especially lesser heard voices) research and practice in Science Communication. It
also involves guiding science communicators in how to adapt their approaches and formats to respond to diverse international needs and contexts (preferably in co-creation with local scientists, science communicators and experts/authorities in the local needs and contexts)
GlobalSCAPE Workshop - Global Relevance in Science Communication, with Jon Chase - Leiden University
Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7Yk6daTqoA
Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxYaqzPQM18
GlobalSCAPE Workshops - Global Relevance in Science Communication.pptx