Informal learning

14/10/2019

There is a renewed interest amongst science communication practitioners and scholars to explore the potential of storytelling in public communication of science, including to understand how science

15/04/2019

By observing effects of the release of the 5th IPCC report, authors of this study suggest how learning from the news can explain the impact of news coverage on the recipients' knowledge about the consequences of climate change.

08/04/2019

Science museums are missing an opportunity to promote informal education, scientific literacy, public engagement and public visibility of scientists outside of museum walls via Instagram.

01/04/2019

The making and tinkering movement has become increasingly mainstream over the past decade, pioneered in part through the popularity of magazines like `Make', events such as Maker Faire and DIY webs

22/01/2019

Young people's decisions to study post-compulsory science are strongly influenced by the attitude of their parents, but many families, especially those from deprived backgrounds, see science as ‘na

14/12/2018

This paper presents the first study ever conducted on the profile of visitors to the Museum of Human Evolution of Burgos, which exhibits the finds of the Atapuerca archaeo-paleontological sites. Findings reveal a positive perception of the museum and are placed in the context of similar research.

12/11/2018

The active engagement in the production of video games using Scratch can facilitate social inclusion of teenagers who have interrupted their studies, as shown by a project carried out from 2014 to 2018 within SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies (Italy).

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