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23 August 2017
What do scientists mean when they say “uncertainty?”
20 March 2017
By Shane M Hanlon There are so many venues for science communication, especially when it comes to social media. For example, AGU alone has four official Twitter accounts (Sharing Science, AGU, Eos, Science Policy), an Instagram account, and a half-dozen Facebook pages. Social media is a powerful venue for communicating tips on communication. Twitter is an especially great place to learn about #scicomm resources and opportunities through hashtags like #scicomm, …
5 January 2017
Good popular science writing matters more than ever.
3 November 2016
Planning your AGU16 schedule? Be sure to check out the Sharing Science Room for all the science communication, policy, and outreach events!
28 October 2016
Ever wanted some quick tips and tools on sharing your research with the media. Start here!
26 September 2016
Want to open a Twitter account but are hesitant about everyone seeing your every tweet? Here are some tips to shape your public profile.
19 September 2016
Sense About Science is helping journalists learn about statistics to better convey relevance and importance to the general public.
25 August 2016
By Brendan Bane As a courtesy to Washington DC-based and visiting journalists, AGU recently invited reporters and researchers to gather, eat, drink, and discuss a sometimes daunting subject: statistics. On Thursday, August 11, AGU partnered with STATS.org, Sense About Science USA, and the DC Science Writers Association to host a workshop on interpreting data through statistics. Statisticians Regina Nuzzo of Gallaudet University and Jonathan Auerbach of Columbia University led the workshop, …
26 July 2016
How people hear us can be different from how they read our words. Skylar Bayers talks (literally) about the differences between the written and spoken word.
28 March 2016
Social media and the value of communicating field experiences to the public –This is a cross-posting from an article originally published on the AGU Editors’ Vox blog. The original post is here. I’m standing in the pouring rain on the deck of the R/V Oceanus in the middle of winter collecting sea water samples. As the boat rocks back and forth, our team carefully lowers the 800-pound CTD, a common oceanographic research …