[London] 2011 Science Communication Conference – booking now open #scicomm #scicommconf

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2011 Science Communication Conference- Book Now!

We are pleased to announce that booking for the 2011 Science Communication Conference is now OPEN

The Conference will be held on Wednesday 25 & Thursday 26 May 2011 at Kings Place, London.

The focus this year is ‘online engagement’ which will explore innovative uses of online media to engage the public with science.  This will include discussion about podcasting, gaming, virtual worlds and citizen science as well as an interactive social media workshop.

Sessions also include how to diversify your audience, how the maker movement is changing the face of public engagement, and find out what the public think about science from the latest Public Attitudes to Science survey.

To see what else is going on in the programme (pdf 721 KB) and to book, go to http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/ScienceCommunicationConference

Bursaries and concessionary rates are available.

Book before 18 March to take advantage of our early bird day rate of ??120

Website: http://www.britishscienceassociation.org

Twitter: @SciCommConf

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