T4EU discussion “How to Make Science More Engaging and Social?”


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Transform4Europe discussion on Monday, April 15th from 10:00 AM to 4:45 PM (EEST) via Teams.

The training is divided into two parts. The first part focuses on citizen science, introducing its concept, limitations, and problems. The second part focuses on improving science communication skills. The program is led by experts from various institutions, aiming to increase participants’ ability to convey scientific information and navigate the challenges of today’s media landscape. International speakers including Kert Viiart (Estonian Academy of Arts) and Veljo Runnel (University of Tartu) will participate with presentations.

10:45–11:15 AM (EEST)
Exploring the Role of Private Natural History Collections in Citizen Science: Opportunities and Challenges. Veljo Runnel, Citizen Science Expert (University of Tartu, Estonia)

2:45–3:45 PM (EEST)
Navigating the Landscape of Visual Misinformation (Lecture/Seminar). Kert Viiart, Associate Professor, Graphic Designer and Visual Artist (Estonian Academy of Arts)

The full program can be found here. Pre-registration is required for the discussion. Reminders and login information will be sent 3–5 days before the event.

The program is in Central European Time (CET), which is one hour behind Estonian time.

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