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Welcome to NUS Libraries' resource guide for Science Communication.
Science communicators develop strategies and methods to encourage informed decisions about the big scientific issues (CPAS). Through effective communication techniques, experts (e.g. scientists) are able to engage and inform non-experts (e.g. public members) on scientific matters and increase the awareness and understanding of science in the society. An informed public has the capacity to think, digest and make sound decisions on the matter of science (e.g. policies) in a democratic society. On the other hand, scientists can communicate their ideas and findings more effectively to each other as well.
Select the tabs above to find out more about the following resources we have for you:
- Recommended Science, Social Science and Education databases for searching journals, articles, theses etc
- Sample list of high impact journals relating to Science Communication
- Books & eBooks:
- Sample list of Science Communication books and ebooks, including the subject headings and call numbers used by the library
- Academic Writing, Presentation & Citing:
- Guides on writing academic paper, citing references in APA 6th and other styles
- Useful statistics datasets and databases for your research
- Open Science
- Resources related to Open Science and Open Access
- Library Instruction & Tips:
- PowerPoint slides and related materials used in Library Tutorials
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