Foundational Skills for Science Communication: A Preliminary Framework
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Please cite this work as: Aurbach, E.L., Prater, K.E., Cloyd, E.T. & Lindenfeld, L. (2019). Foundational Skills for Science Communication: A Preliminary Framework [White Paper]. Retrieved from the University of Michigan, http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/150489; DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/2027.42/150489.
science communication, public engagement, competencies, training
Because science communication training programs are often developed by individuals or programs, different curricula frequently emphasize different skills. While there is great value in sharing these diverse approaches to this training, we saw an opportunity for the field to develop greater coherence. To that end, we examined work from science communication researchers, evaluators, and trainers and synthesized a set of recommendations for core skills that scientists should develop to communicate effectively with different publics.
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