Stories can activate people and invite them to be protagonists of the changes they want. And there are so many stories in the universe of citizen science. Arguments and facts are often not effective ways to get people to listen and connect. However, we can weave them into stories and make communication more effective.
The purpose of this working group is to explore and gain knowledge and confidence in the way stories are an ally in science communication, specifically in citizen science.
Curious to learn more about Storytelling? Come and join us!
“Once SciComm a Time: Using Storytelling Techniques in Science Talks”
Join us for a 1-hour webinar with Affelia Wibisono! Affelia has over 10 years’ experience in science communication and has worked with several museums and science centres to educate, enthuse, and engage school groups and the public on physics and astronomy and many more areas of science.
Organised by ECSA’s Storytelling and other Arts working group, we aim to bring our community together through stories.
Check the recording of this webinar here
To join this working group, please contact the chairs by email, outlining your experience and which activities you are interested in.