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Science communication in the age of skimming

Peter Griffin posted in on May 11th, 2016.

If you think a well-written science article is still the key to communicating your research, think again. Despite promising news that the smartphone is actually conducive to consuming longform journalism, numerous studies into how we read stories online show most of us don’t finish the article. Many of us skip onto the next thing after a matter of seconds. […]

Science Media SAVVY – upcoming video workshops

Peter Griffin posted in on February 11th, 2016.

The Science Media Centre and Mohawk Media will team up again in March to offer their popular science video training workshops in Wellington and Auckland. These Science Media SAVVY workshops focus on giving scientists the tools and skills to communicate their research in 90 second videos aimed at an online audience and leveraging platforms like Youtube […]

Science Media SAVVY – upcoming Palmy video workshop

Peter Griffin posted in on June 10th, 2015.

The Science Media Centre and Mohawk Media will hit Palmerston North in July host a workshop on communicating scientific concepts in 90 second science videos aimed at an online audience and leveraging platforms like Youtube and Vimeo. Great short videos can be produced using the high-definition camera built into your smartphone or tablet. How can […]

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