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Public engagement, a practical-guide

A Comprehensive Guide to Science Communication

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Stakeholder Engagement Handbook

The BiodivERsA Stakeholder Engagement Handbook is a non-academic practical guide for researchers planning and carrying out research projects. It is designed to assist research teams identify relevant stakeholders to engage with in order to enhance the impact of their work. The Handbook draws upon exiting literature and presents case studies that provide clear, simple guidance, which considers ‘why’, ‘who’, ‘when’ and ‘how’ to engage.

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Mapping the value chain

Mission Space Explorer

Mission Oriented Research Innovation In The European Union

Nesta playbook for innovation learning

Science museum group engaging all audiences with science

Scientists as storytellers

Social innovation trigger for transformations

The Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor

The multistakeholder partnerships guide

for Science Communication

Menu of co-creation tools
The ORION project

How Universities Start Conversations Between Citizens And Scientists

5 ways (and 41 concrete actions) to embed accessibility and inclusivity into online or in-person events

Secrets to writing a winning grant

Experienced scientists reveal how to avoid application pitfalls to submit successful proposals.

Evaluation of Science Communication: Current Practices, Challenges, and Future Implications

Science Communication on Social Media: Good Practices

Misconceptions In Science Communication

4 Types of Learning Styles: How to Accommodate a Diverse Group of Students

15 AR and VR Immersive Learning Tools

Ten simple rules for designing analogue science games

Sam Illingworth1,* and Paul Wake2

Gaming science: the “Gamification” of scientific thinking

Bradley J. Morris1*, Steve Croker2Corinne Zimmerman2Devin Gill2 and Connie Romig1

Evaluating online engagement: a guide with best practice examples

Practical steps to make European research and innovation more socially responsible

Opinion: How to Confront Anti-Science Sentiment

Scientific communication from a gender perspective

Digital Competences Framework (DigComp 2.2) update published

Neurodivergent in STEM

100 Great Community Engagement Ideas

Tips, tricks, and best practices to help guide planners to better results!

Mutual learning exercise on citizen science initiatives

Policy and practice. First topic report, Introduction and overview of citizen science : Horizon Europe policy support facility

How can Citizen Science change Science itself? – ACTION publishes White Paper of Science Innovation Through Citizen Science

Six virtues for the reflective science communication practitioner

Handbook on Research Assessment in the Social Sciences (2022)

Edited by Tim C.E. Engels & Emanuel Kulczycki

How can Citizen Science change Science itself? – ACTION publishes White Paper of Science Innovation Through Citizen Science

A Systematic Map of Inclusion, Equity and Diversity in Science Communication Research: Do We Practice what We Preach?

The Science of Citizen Science

This open access book discusses how the involvement of citizens in scientific endeavours is expected to contribute to solving the big challenges of our time, such as climate change and the loss of biodiversity, growing inequalities within and between societies, and the sustainability turn.

How does moving public engagement with research online change audience diversity?

Aaron M. Jensen, Eric A. Jensen, Edward Duca, Jennifer Daly, Niamh Mundow, Joseph Roche

STEAM PARTNERSHIPS: Building Collaborative Multidisciplinary
Communities for Change using STEAM Approaches

STEAM Manifesto for Future-oriented Science Education

In this 7-page document, you will find 10 recommendations to set the tone and foster future-oriented discussions and spaces, especially in your classroom and the context that explains why FEDORA has been busy thinking, reflecting and researching what can make education in science more in tune with the future.

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PATHOS – Open Science Indicator Handbook

This is the work-in-progress Open Science Indicator Handbook by PathOS. This handbook covers indicators measuring various aspects of Open Science, their academic, societal and economic impacts, and reproducibility.