This paper gives an overview of the Stanford Research Communication Program, which develops tools to help experts learn to communicate complex information to a broad audience. It also discusses collaboration efforts to expand the program internationally, and includes an overview of a study in progress that aims to deepen understanding of ways researchers can improve their written and oral explanatory communication skills across disciplines and cultures.

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Globalizing science communication training
Case study of the Stanford research communication program

Carolyn Gale   Stanford University

This paper gives an overview of the Stanford Research Communication Program, which develops tools to help experts learn to communicate complex information to a broad audience. It also discusses collaboration efforts to expand the program internationally, and includes an overview of a study in progress that aims to deepen understanding of ways researchers can improve their written and oral explanatory communication skills across disciplines and cultures.

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