Webinar Series on Communicating Your Science Hosted by the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS)

April 6, 2016
By Jessica Rohde

Posted by Jessica Rohde on behalf of Allen Pope, NSIDC & University of Washington

Explaining “why the Arctic matters” has increasingly become recognized as an important skill among Arctic scientists. USAPECS is providing resources to help researchers better communicate their research.

The “Communicating Your Science” webinar series will take place between April and June 2016. Confirmed webinar topics include Data Visualization, Boiling Down Your Message, Outreach from Afar: Follow-A-Researcher in the Field, Building Bridges & Designing Activities with Teachers, The Art and Science of Blogging, and Writing for General Audiences & the Media.

Webinars will be announced on the USAPECS email list a week before each one (sign up for APECS here), and recorded webinars will be available afterwards.

Register for one or more of the webiars on the APECS website:http://usapecs.wix.com/usapecs#!webinars/cdv7

 

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