Communication Resources for Researchers
Communication Resources for Researchers
 
National Academies Releases Interactive Toolkit for Communicating Newsworthy Social and Behavioral Science
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The social and behavioral sciences produce “news”—interesting and important insights that can improve lives. But, what can scientists and the media do to accurately report science given the pressures they face? And what science is newsworthy in the first place? Researchers and journalists offered their observations and practical advice on communicating social and behavioral science news in clear, compelling, and accurate ways at a seminar of the National Academies’ Roundtable on the Communication and Use of Social and Behavioral Science. Learn more

 
 
Make a Better Presentation
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Ronald Dietel on Strategies for Communicating Research 
Part of the IGNITE Sessions at the 2013 Annual Meeting

 
 
Crafting Your Work For a General Audience: Researchers and the Mass Media
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Scott Jaschik: Practical Tips for Working with Journalists and Presenting Research
Jonathan Zimmerman: “3 P’s” Strategy for Writing Op Eds
Marc Lamont Hill: Why Academics Should Contribute to the Public Sphere, Practical Tips for Op Eds and TV Interviews
Holly Yettick: How Journalists and Bloggers Decide What Type of Education Research to Cover 


Scott Jaschik, Editor for InsideHigherEd.com Focus: Practical Tips for Working with Journalists and Presenting Research


 


Jonathan Zimmerman, Professor of Education and History at NYU
Focus: “3 P’s” Strategy for Writing Op Eds



Marc Lamont Hill, Professor at Teachers College at Columbia
Focus: Why Academics Should Contribute to the Public Sphere, Practical Tips for Op Eds and TV Interviews



Holly Yettick, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Colorado
Focus: How Journalists and Bloggers Decide What Type of Education Research to Cover 


 
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