Thank you to those who attended the Watch Party!
The ScienceOnline2013 Conference was the 7th annual international meeting on Science and the Web. We were able to be part of it without traveling to North Carolina. We watched moderated discussions, and created our own conference at OSU. The sessions were interesting to:
- Science writers and journalists;
- Web communicators;
- Outreach specialists; and
- Scientists and students with an interest in outreach, blogging, and social media.
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Notes, Hashtags and Resources for all of the Watch Party Sessions
Helping Scientists 'Do' Outreach (part II)
Blogging for the Long Haul (Liveblogging from Pat Kight: Blogging for the long haul) (Scio13 Wrap-Up Notes)
Why Won’t the Science Deficit Model Die? (Google Docs notes)
Narrative: What is it? How Science Writers Use It? (Article: Thinking about the Nature of Narrative)
Using altmetrics to tell the full story of your research impact
Formal Science Education, Informal Science Education and Science Writing
Persuading the Unpersuadable: Communicating Science to Deniers, Cynics, and Trolls (Kaci Buhl, Facilitator, Notes from Session)
We are who we are? Who are we? Issues of identity and the internet
Chemophobia & Chemistry in The Modern World (Kaci Buhl, Facilitator, Notes from Session)
Life in the Venn -- What Happens When You're Forced to Wear Many Hats?