NERC NFM Programme: Novel Communication Event – 18 November 2020
The event recordings, available below comprise a series of ten to fifteen minute presentations from the research team and partners. The event showcased the breadth of innovative knowledge exchange and science communications being undertaken as part of the natural flood management (NFM) research programme. This reflects the programme’s practice of engaging with audiences from the outset both to keep them informed and to learn from them to inform the study. We are continuing to learn how best to do this and the workshop was run to share experiences amongst the researcher team, its partners and more widely.
The presentation topics are diverse, including games design and augmented reality; using actors to engage people with their local environment; nature sketching for children; novel approaches to working with farmers in the UK and Ghana; employing artists to record meeting minutes; and the ‘Bogtastic van’!
Click on the headings below to access the 10-15 minute recordings.
Session 1 Public Participation in Science
Session 2 Games – Online and at Events
Session 3 Communicating and Interacting with Models and Technical Data
Session 4 Using Art to Communicate