ScienceOnline (www.scienceonline.com) is a US non-profit organization that facilitates conversations, community, and collaborations at the intersection of Science and the Web. They do this through online networks, face-to-face events (both global and grassroots), and projects such as ScienceSeeker and The Open Laboratory science writing anthology.
ScienceOnline2013, the seventh annual conference exploring science on the Web, will take place Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2013. But since not everyone can be in Raleigh, North Carolina during this time, ScienceOnline has organised for 10 of their sessions to be recorded and then put on the internet to be played at Watch Parties around the world.
Deakin University is proud to host two Watch Parties at their Burwood and Geelong campuses on February 5th and 6th, 2013.
Deakin Geelong (Waurn Ponds) Location: ic1.005, Deakin University, 75 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds VIC 3216
* Please note that this event is not catered
If you have any difficulties relating to the location of the event, please contact the Geelong convenor, Vanessa Vaughan: firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise please contact the host of the event, George Aranda email@example.com
Click here for summary of presentations.
Click here for the Deakin Burwood event.
Narrative: What is it? How science writers use it?
Helping Scientists ‘Do’ Outreach (part II)
Why Won’t the Science Deficit Model Die?
Blogging for the long haul
Formal Science Education, Informal Science Education and Science Writing
Using altmetrics to tell the full story of your research impact
Persuading the unpersuadable: Communicating science to deniers, cynics, and trolls
Chemophobia & Chemistry in The Modern World
We are who we are? Who are we? Issues of identity and the internet
Life in the Venn -- What Happens When You’re Forced to Wear Many Hats?