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BIO 5000: Bibliography and Research in Biology: The Process and Communication of Science

Resources for Science Communication

This guide is primarily geared towards teaching you the first step of the process of research, which is discovering the information that has come before, and how to manage those findings.

The next step is in your contribution or creation to the science. But what happens after that? 


Communicating Science is an iterative process. It is done by the give and take process of knowing your audience, and how they can best understand your message.

Being able to communicate what you have contributed to your respective field drives further science, and informs the relevant stakeholders who are excited to learn what you have discovered/invented!


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Science Librarian

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Stephanie Bennett
University Libraries
Appalachian State University
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Boone, NC 28608