How to Practice Culturally Relevant SciComm, free online course
31 October 2022
Public Engagement - training
This brief, accessible online course from Lifeology takes you through key concepts and tips to make sure your science communication connects with your audience.
Rule number one in science communication is to know your audience. Knowing your audience can help you tailor what you do and how you do it to connect and resonate for your audience.
Audiences can bring with them rich and diverse cultural backgrounds and knowledge, so thinking about how bring in culturally relevant practice to your science communication will improve it - whether that's through language, customs, beliefs, knowledge or identities.
This short 'flashcard' style free online course from Lifeology provides you with the key information and strategies to help you shape your science communication in culturally relevant ways.
Lifeology is a platform and communication tool that seeks to engage broad audiences with research in a fun and accessible way using illustrations and simple 'flashcards'. This course was created by Mónica Feliú Mójer, Ph.D. (communicator with a special interest in equality, diversity and inclusion) and Mya Pagán (illustrator)
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