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As people's opinions about science are polarizing around the globe, it is now more than ever a time for scientists to shorten the distance and engage with non-scientific audiences. One way of doing so is through science blogs. In this short course, four EGU division blog editors will introduce you to the world of science blogging, share some do's and don'ts, and most importantly: put you to work! The best way to see if science blogging is for you is to simply give it a go. Are you interested in creating your own blog or joining an existing blog team? Then this short course is for you!

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This Short Course will include a tutorial on how to prepare a blog post. You can send the resulting blog post to the short course team (EGU2020.sc.blogs@gmail.com) throughout the first week of May 2020 to get feedback or to even get published on one of the EGU blogs!
Link to the webinar: https://youtu.be/Djd2XkYFLrA

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Convener: Clara BurgardECSECS | Co-conveners: Valeria CigalaECSECS, Violaine CoulonECSECS, Elenora Van RijsingenECSECS
Tue, 05 May, 12:30–14:15 (CEST)

As people's opinions about science are polarizing around the globe, it is now more than ever a time for scientists to shorten the distance and engage with non-scientific audiences. One way of doing so is through science blogs. In this short course, four EGU division blog editors will introduce you to the world of science blogging, share some do's and don'ts, and most importantly: put you to work! The best way to see if science blogging is for you is to simply give it a go. Are you interested in creating your own blog or joining an existing blog team? Then this short course is for you!

Public information: This Short Course will include a tutorial on how to prepare a blog post. You can send the resulting blog post to the short course team (EGU2020.sc.blogs@gmail.com) throughout the first week of May 2020 to get feedback or to even get published on one of the EGU blogs!
Link to the webinar: https://youtu.be/Djd2XkYFLrA