Sharing Science Workshop & Practicum 2009 Summative Evaluation

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The Sharing Science Workshop & Practicum was developed by the Museum of Science in partnership with the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing to engage university graduate students and post-docs in building their science communication and education outreach skills. Students typically spend a half day learning and practicing with each other and a half day working hands-on with audiences in a museum or other informal science education setting. This posting is one of the evaluation studies conducted on the program by the UMass Donahue Institute. The Sharing Science Workshop & Practicum Planning & Implementation Guide is also available for download (see the resources section for the link)



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