More training on communicating at the science-policy interface! Today’s course covered the key concepts of engaging with the public. By Charlotte Coales, Public Engagement Manager at the Zoological Society of London.
As part of Training Session 4 – Theory & practice of communicating at the science-policy interface – Inspire4Nature fellows are now receiving training on interview skills. Continue reading “Training module: interview skills”
This GA was both an occasion to hear about the project’s great scientific results and a training opportunity for the fellows’ to improve their presentation skills.
As part of Training Session 4 – Theory & practice of communicating at the science-policy interface – Inspire4Nature fellows are now receiving training on how to give a great presentation.
As part of Training Session 4 – Theory & practice of communicating at the science-policy interface – Inspire4Nature fellows are now receiving training on how to communicate about scientific results to a broad, non-specialised, audience.
A training session in Open Access in Inspire4Nature took place remotely on the 24th June 2020.
The aim of this module was to ensure fellows understand how Open Access (of data and of publications) works in practice, and specifically what our obligations are in Inspire4Nature.
This training module was organised by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
We were supposed to be in Marseille, we met online instead! Two days of brilliant presentations on the progress made by the Inspire4Nature fellows, with plenty of time for discussions.
The 2nd General Assembly took place on the 25-26 September 2019, bringing together the fellows and senior researchers. Each fellow presented about their individual research project, with plenty of time for debate!
This meeting was hosted by the Sapienza Università di Roma.
The 3rd Training Session – “Theory and practice of assessing species extinction risk” – trained fellows on the process of assessing species’ risk of extinction using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria.
The fellows first learned about the key concepts, categories and criteria in a IUCN Red List Assessor Training Workshop. They then applied their new knowledge and stills by participating in the IUCN Red List Assessment of Southern European Freshwater Fishes workshop, supporting experts in freshwater fishes coming from across Europe.