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Title: A Science Blog
Url: https://www.associationofsciencecommunicators.org/a-science-blog/
Publisher: Science Talk
Description: This publication connects readers with "life in the science communication community, research about science communication, and tools and advice for science communicators." Recent posts highlight #BlackinSciComm week (with features on leaders in various science fields); demonstrate how to create useful public health multimedia in light of COVID-19 (see the May 26, 2020 post); and recap the trials and triumphs of virtual conferences (see the April 13, 2020 post). Visitors can use the panel on the right-hand side to filter posts by month (June 2017 to present) or topic. This panel also contains information on how to pitch a story. The A Science Blog is an extension of Science Talk, "a non-profit organization that seeks to empower and inspire the science communication community to expand their communication potential and affect the world." Readers may want to browse other parts of the website, particularly the Conferences tab, which previews the 2021 Science Talk conference, a series of workshops and presentations around the theme of "resilience" (readers should note that this event requires a registration fee). Science Talk also has a Twitter presence where readers can follow along @ScienceTalkOrg.
LC Classification: Science -- Science (General) -- Communication in science -- Computer network resources
GEM Subject: Science -- Informal education
Key Concept: Health -- Public health
Resource Type: Reference Material
Audience: Educator
Language: English
Access Rights: Free access
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