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Scientists will learn firsthand in this interactive workshop how to tell stories about science and how to present those stories using multimedia, from photography and other 2-D art to audio to videos. After basic instruction, participants will have an opportunity to (briefly) develop their own project or video and will then receive feedback from the expert presenters as well as other attendees.
Scientists from all disciplines and of all communications experience levels are welcome. This workshop is free. Space is limited and advance registration is required.
CONNECT! Find new friends and colleagues among your fellow attendees, who also value science communication via storytelling and multimedia.
RELATE! Cement your ability to interact with audiences as you frame messages based on your goals and theirs.
LEARN! Develop new skills about identifying audiences, telling stories, using multimedia tools and outlets, and making multimedia products with strong messages that will resonate with different audiences.
INTERACT! Work with others to deepen your thinking, ask new questions, and build new frames for science communication.
PRACTICE! Plan and execute a multimedia campaign to relay a science communication message!
From Sunday, 08 December 2019 01:00 PM
To Sunday, 08 December 2019 05:00 PM
Grand Hyatt Hotel
Name: Sharing Science
Address: 2000 Florida Ave NW
Email: [email protected]
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