Staff and Volunteer training materials for NanoDays.
The REU Science Communication Workshop is designed to enhance the science communication skills of undergraduate students participating in research programs like NSF's Research Experience for Undergraduates. This Guide provides program directors with step-by-step planning and implementation advice, hand-outs, media and print materials, evaluation tools, and sample workshop leader speaking scripts.
This Guide provides information and resources for planning and hosting a Sharing Science Workshop & Practicum for early career researchers that will enhance their science communication skills, engage their interest in education and outreach, and prepare them for providing effective and rewarding education outreach experiences.
An updated version of the guide and materials is in the process of being posted. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions/comments.
"Engaging the Public in Nano" provides an overview of key concepts in nanoscale science, engineering, and technology, as identified by the NISE Network. This document is intended as a resource for educators and others who engage the public in informal learning experiences.
These short videos are perfect for staff and volunteer training on NanoDays activities.
Please feel free to distribute links to people volunteering at your NanoDays event.
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A collection of short articles that highlight various topics in the field of nanotechology.
Improv exercises empower educators to facilitate positive, learning conversations with visitors. Incorporating improv exercises into staff and volunteer training helps create a supportive and upbeat environment for educators to practice and strengthen essential skills. Included are tips on how to lead improv exercises with your staff and guides for 13 separate improv activities you can use.
This a workshop designed to help working scientists get their work noticed in the media.
A seminar designed for early-career scientists about the successful design and use of scientific posters.