Science Journalism 101
#Science10113
Session Presenters
Jamila Bey @jbey
Reporter, Voice of Russia Radio
Robin Lloyd @robinllyod99
News Editor Scientific Ameri...
Resources for Journalists
• Training & Professional Development
– AAAS Minority Science Writers Internship
– Association f...
Resources for Journalists
• Finding Sources
– The National Science & Technology News Service
– Professional Science Societ...
Where to Pitch your Science Pieces
• Scientific American SA Incubator
• Scientific American Guest Blog
• American Chemical...
Next Generation Possibilities
• A New Narrative
(http://www.asbmb.org/asbmbtoday/asbmbt
oday_article.aspx?id=47578)
– Dr. ...
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NABJ 2013 Science Journalism 101 Workshop

The first every science journalism workshop at the 2013 Meeting of the National Association of Science Journalists. July 31-August 4, 2013 Orlando, Florida
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      Technology      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - NABJ 2013 Science Journalism 101 Workshop

  • 1. Science Journalism 101 #Science10113
  • 2. Session Presenters Jamila Bey @jbey Reporter, Voice of Russia Radio Robin Lloyd @robinllyod99 News Editor Scientific American David Kroll @davidkroll Director of Science Communications, North Carolina Nature Resource Center Ivan Oranksy @ivanoransky Executive Editor, Reuters Health Danielle N Lee @dnlee5 Science Blogger Scientific American Blog Network
  • 3. Resources for Journalists • Training & Professional Development – AAAS Minority Science Writers Internship – Association for Health Care Journalists – National Association of Science Writers – Reporting on Health – Technically Speaking “Overcoming the Challenges of Reporting a Highly Technical Article” By Katherine Eban California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowship • http://www.reportingonhealth.org/resources/lessons/techni cally-speaking
  • 4. Resources for Journalists • Finding Sources – The National Science & Technology News Service – Professional Science Societies • NSBE, National Society of Black Physicists, NOBCChe, Black PhD Network – Minority Science & Health Journalists • https://twitter.com/DNLee5/minority-sci-journalists • Expose yourself to more Science – ScienceSeeker.org – Eureka Alerts
  • 5. Where to Pitch your Science Pieces • Scientific American SA Incubator • Scientific American Guest Blog • American Chemical Society Guest Blog • Scientific American Magazine • Slate
  • 6. Next Generation Possibilities • A New Narrative (http://www.asbmb.org/asbmbtoday/asbmbt oday_article.aspx?id=47578) – Dr. Natasha Brooks (ASBMB May 2013) • Connecting to Editors and Producers of regional newspapers, radio programs • Offer Science, Health and Agriculture Science Journalism courses at HBCU Journalism Schools

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