Gender bias, stereotypes, the shutdown, video games, crowdfunding and bad pitches – among other things. It’s hard to keep track of all the posts on this blog, or any blog, so I to write a quarterly roundup that pulls several months of posts together in one place so that people can see what they missed.
I should have written, and published, this roundup in September. Oops. So, this roundup covers much more than three months – and the next roundup will be much shorter.
So, here’s what I’ve run since July 11, 2013!
Guest post from Mónica I. Feliú-Mójer on inspiring and communicating science en Español. (Spanish version here.)
Quick Update: Science Laureate Bill Stalled in House
Confirmation Bias Varies According to How Much We Think We Know
Women, Stereotypes, Media and Computer Science
Guest post from Jon Tennant on why peer review quality is independent of open access
Expand Your Audience by Sneaking Up On Science
The XX Question: Calling for a Level Playing Field in Science Writing
Why Scientists Talk to Reporters (Or Not)
Good, Active PIOs Make Scientists More Likely To Promote Research
Seniority, Self-Confidence Predict Whether Scientists Will Work With Media
The ‘Serious Scientist’ Myth: Why Do We Think Most Scientists Don’t Talk to Reporters? (They Do.)
News Brief: the Shutdown and Science Communication
How the Shutdown is Affecting Science Reporters
U.S. Shutdown Beginning to Affect Journals
Guest post from Marshall Shepherd on the shutdown’s impact on meteorology, preparedness and related outreach
Science, Science Communication Slowly Recovering at Federal Agencies
Run Home to Start Writing: an Interview with Ivan Oransky, Part One
Embargoes and Retractions: an Interview with Ivan Oransky, Part Two
Easily Solved by Humans: An Interview with Phylo Co-Creator Jérôme Waldispühl
Fund It Yourself: How (and Why) One University Launched Its Own Science Crowdfunding Site
Shoot What You Know: an Interview with Alex Wild
Defining a Reporter: EurekAlert! and the Question of Access
Mobile Reporting: Which Tools Work Best?
Know what you want before you start writing…
…and before you decide what to do with what you wrote
Guest post from Lauren Rugani on nine things that drive PIOs nuts
You’re Doing It Wrong: Lessons Learned from Bad Science Pitches
One More Bad (Bug) Science Pitch
News Brief: New Guidance on Using Embargoes Effectively