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A presentation of key elements of a collaborative resource created to take action on this much-discussed topic. How most co-creation processes rush into solution-seeking We need to help citizens grasp the difference between authority-based and science-based validation, argues Gomes da Costa and much more. Not receiving Spokes anymore? Because of GDPR, you might need to subscribe again.
Skip to main content. Spokes, the science engagement magazine. Receive Spokes each month: sign up for free! In depth May - 63 - Social justice Responding to the pandemic: a social justice perspective. Reframing the "business survival" vs. Lookout April - 62 - Connections Explainers and facilitators today.
Six institutions provide an insight into recruiting, hiring and training their front-line staff. In depth April - 62 - Connections Misinformation: a strategic approach. Portfolio March - 61 - After hours After-hours events. An overview of what is on offer in our science centres and museums once the working day is over. Lookout February - 60 - Perspectives The future of technology in museums.
Six perspectives on mobile and digital technology in museums. Lookout January - 59 - Their way Doing it their way. Five science communication professionals share the keys to their life-work balance. Lookout December - 58 - Business models Sustaining the future of science museums. In depth October - 56 - Better problems We need better problems.
Lookout September - 55 - Motivation Decolonising the Museum. Extending the discussion to scientific collections. In depth August - 54 - Pseudoscience Pseudoscience and the end of dialogue. In depth June - 53 - Equity Equity, exclusion and everyday science learning. Lookout March - 50 - Tinkering Tinkering and Making: from practising to reflecting.
Mindsets for inclusive creativity and transformative learning. In depth February - 49 - Deficit model? Knowledge, ignorance and the ever-lasting deficit model. In depth January - 48 - Me Too Science centres are for me too. In depth November - 46 - Getting unstuck Getting unstuck - part 1. Tools for science engagement professionals faced with the daunting task of saving the world.
In depth October - 45 - Citizen labs Citizen labs, basis for universal innovations ecosystems. Will science engagement organisations join the fourth helix model? In depth February - 38 - Explorations Science centres as research facilities, exhibitions as explorations. In depth January - 37 - Authenticity Is it real?
How visitors interpret authenticity in a natural history museum. Lookout August - 32 - Rainbow science Rainbow science. Have an idea for Spokes?
Get in touch! May , Social justice. United for Biodiversity by Anna Omedes. April , Misinformation: a strategic approach by Michael Creek.
Explainers and facilitators today. March , After hours. Shopping centre-based science experiences. After-hours events. Solidarity during challenging times by Ecsite. February , The future of technology in museums. Newly opened. All Spokes.
Spokes collections Curated series of Spokes articles around specific topics. Spokes collection. Participation and co-creation. Keywords: Participation, co-creation, consultation, citizens, rri. Design and exhibitions. Design, exhibitions or architecture: ultimately, all the articles gathered here are about stories.
What can science engagement organisations and professionals do to foster more sustainable futures? How do we work with SDGs, "wicked problems" and can we do in practice in our work environments and communities? The articles gathered here re -frame these questions and offer some answers.
Keywords: sustainability, SDGs, wicked problems, climate change, environment, green. Post-truth and misinformation.
Post-truth, misinformation, anti-science, fake news or fabricated 'controversies' Discover a body of articles tackling these complex questions. Keywords: post-truth, post-fact, misinformation, fake news, dialogue, controversy, alternative facts. All collections. Spokes Editorial Committee. Ecsite Kersnikova Institute. Director of Exhibitions. Executive director. Science Gallery, Trinity College. Science Museum Group. Communications and Events Manager. Events Director. Copernicus Science Centre.
Assistant Professor Science Communication. Athena Institute - VU Amsterdam. Responsible editor. Executive Director.
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