[ASC-list] New link for the "Science and the Media" report
SEliott at aussmc.org
Sat Jan 15 00:45:56 UTC 2011
Since the Expert Working Group Report on Science and the Media was
uploaded to the DIISR site, there have been some website page changes
and the original link no longer works. Here Is the new link::
Feedback is still welcome up until Friday 21 January.
From: Susannah Eliott
Sent: Thursday, 6 January 2011 6:25 PM
To: 'asc-list at lists.asc.asn.au'
Subject: Your feedback on "Science and the Media" report
The "Expert working group on science and the media" set up by DIISR as
part of their Inspiring Australia initiative has produced a draft
summary report for discussion and feedback. You'll find the draft report
on the Inspiring Australia website
Australia.aspx> including details about the composition of the working
group and their terms of reference.
Your thoughts and ideas regarding the review and recommendations
proposed in the draft are welcome - please send feedback directly to me
by 21 January. A longer final report will be produced within the next
As part of the review process we are also running a survey of science
journalists working for mainstream media, which will be completed on 21
January. Please let me know if you are a working science (or
environment, health, technology) reporter and have not heard about the
survey. For those who have been science journalists but no longer work
for mainstream media outlets, we are planning to design a specific
survey for you. The aim of the surveys is to monitor trends in science
reporting in Australia.
Dr Susannah Eliott
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC)
Street address: The Science Exchange, 55 Exchange Place, ADELAIDE SA
Postal address: PO Box 237, RUNDLE MALL SA 5000
Ph: (08) 7120 8660 | Mob: 0424 676 136 | Fax: (08) 8231 7333 |
seliott at aussmc.org <mailto:seliott at aussmc.org> | www.aussmc.org
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