1. CPAS 4 Oct - Luke Menzies


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    Luke Menzies is investigating a listening and interdisciplinary based approach to climate communication. How researchers and the public are affected by dialogue, listening and interdisciplinary…

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    • P is for play Art-Science Collaboration (English version)


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      The goal of this project is to create an art-science collaboration in order to find an alternate way to communicate sustainability problems, as well as explore solutions to these problems. For this…

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      • Introduction to iMovie


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        • Secrets of Alice in Wonderland


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          Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is famous as a story that doesn’t make much sense – unless you know that the author was a mathematician. This part-performance, part-discussion…

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          • CPAS 23 Aug - Prof. John Rayner


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            Professor John Rayner shares his insights from his research into why the iconic Australian magazine The Women's Weekly supported the wonders of atomic energy in the early 1950s.

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            • Coffee + Cookies = Science Communication


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              A how-to for developing an interactive, fun and meaningful Science Cafe event series for your academic library. Presented at the Curien International Science Communication Conference. Check out our…

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              • CPAS 16 Aug - Maria Taylor


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                Maria Taylor shares her PhD exploration of the evidence for how and why public attitudes to climate change shifted in Australia between 1987 and 2001. Her findings highlight the role of communication…

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                • Wild Dunedin


                  from Alex Duckles Added 56 0 0

                  A short video for our fourth assignment, "Wild Dunedin", about the ecology of an endangered species of New Zealand parrot — the South Island Kaka. Produced by Alex Duckles, as part…

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                  • A Conversation with Bob Hirsch- Science Communication


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                    Dr. Robert Hirsch, Chief Hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey (1994-2008), talks with Jody Eimers about science communication.

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                    • Spectacular Butterfly Adventure


                      from Alex Duckles Added 23 0 0

                      A brief filming exercise at the Otago Museum's butterfly exhibition. Filmed, edited by Alex Duckles, August 2012.

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