Ars and nature.com at the American Museum of Natural History: good stuff
For nearly a year now, Ars has worked with nature.com to organize a monthly panel discussion called Science Online NYC. We're pleased to announce that, in February, we'll also be working with the American Museum of Natural History to organize a special program entitled "Beyond a Trend: Enhancing Science Communication with Social Media," which will be part of the global Social Media Week. The panel will discuss how people who have communicated science in traditional outlets—from journalists to the museum staff—have adopted social media to reach the public more effectively. It will feature author Carl Zimmer , journalist Matt Danzico , the Story Collider's Ben Lillie, and the education staff of the AMNH. All of them have used new forms of media to reach audience that otherwise might not have paid attention to what's happening in the world of science. (The contents of Zimmer's latest book were actually crowdsourced through various forms of social medium.) The panel will be moderated ...
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