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Tailor made resources

This set of infographics contains all the resources produced within Euroscitizen, organized according to 4 target audiences:

– I am a TEACHER and I want to…
– I am a RESEARCHER and I want to…
– I am a POLICY MAKER and I want to…

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In this free online course we are showing research initiatives as examples of how to enact Responsible Research Innovation (RRI) in Europe. You, as a course participant, will be empowered to enact RRI in your own research.

Enacting RRI in EUROPE is organized into two modules and a […]

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SciComm4All: A video based self-training program in science communication for researchers

As a scientist, it is more than likely that you have already had the opportunity to discuss your field of research with non-specialists, either while doing science communication activities, or during a casual chat with friends or relatives. Perhaps you have already met […]

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Book: Learning evolution through socioscientific issues

School Teachers: Find educational resources to explore socioscientific issues at the light of evolution designed to impact students’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes.

EuroScitizen and EvoKE offer you the ebook “Learning evolution through socioscientific issues”. Produced by professionals from 15 different countries, this book provides you 6 […]

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SciComm & Outreach Project Designer and Assessment Toolkit

Project leader: Roberto Torres

This tool consists of structured guidelines for scientists to start, develop and evaluate outreach activities of their ongoing and particular research. A process of self-evaluation, in order to identify the motivations, targets, and specific (short and long-term) goals. This process would help […]

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Promoting scientific literacy in evolution through citizen science

Contributor: Tania Jenkins

We are very happy to share the news of the publication of our paper, “Promoting Scientific literacy in evolution through citizen science”, recently published open access in the Proceedings of the Royal Society- Series B. 

Despite the central importance of evolution for understanding […]

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This ebook explains the basics needed to understand the flu virus and its evolution. It is accompanied by a printable board game (AN EVOLVING VIRUS) that aims to promote an understanding of the evolution of the influenza virus genome through the redistribution of its genomic segments and genetic […]

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Adaptation by natural selection interactive simulator

This educational tool allows exploring the concepts related to evolution, adaptation, and diversity, among others through a simulator that can be used in both formal and non-formal education contexts.  This tool also incorporates the evaluation instrument to measure the impacts of this and other educational approaches in […]

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Material for workshop on assessments of non-formal activities

This video has been prepared by Dr. Anna Beniermann (Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany) as an introduction to the design of questionnaires to collect quantitative data. Starting with general questions on which steps to take when planning a survey like formulating aims and research questions, the video gives […]

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Coronavirus eBook

This book aims to assemble and disseminate information about the origin, evolution, and pathogenesis of animal and human coronaviruses in a simple and accessible way, and through this clarify readers’ doubts and fears as well as the rationale underlying transmission prevention actions. The main text of the manuscript […]

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