This module provides a critical, reflective space in which to dive deeply into an aspect of science communication by developing a project from concept to planning and final delivery. You will consolidate your knowledge, skills and abilities acquired through the course by critically reflecting on your chosen methodologies from across your portfolio. You will be encouraged and supported to find a scientific or artistic partner through our extensive networks. With support and guidance from a tutor, you will explore and express yourself as an independent learner.
- John C. Besley, Anthony D. Dudo, Shupei Yuan, Niveen Abi Ghannam (2016). Qualitative Interviews With Science Communication Trainers About Communication Objectives and Goals Science Communication Vol 38, Issue 3, pp. 356 – 381
- M Bucchi, B Saracino (2016). “Visual Science Literacy” Images and Public Understanding of Science in the Digital Age - Science Communication,
- Matthias Kohring (2016). Misunderstanding trust in science: a critique of the traditional discourse on science communication, JCOM, 15(05)(2016)C04
- John C. Besley, Anthony D. Dudo (2016). Shupei Yuan1, and Niveen Abi Ghannam Science comics as tools for science education and communication: a brief, exploratory study, Science Communication
- SR Davies, M Horst (2016). The Changing Nature of Science Communication: Diversification, Education and Professionalisation - Science Communication, 2016 – Springer
- Online planning tools: https://www.publicengagement.ac.uk/plan-it/project-management