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Friday, May 5th, 2017, ARTS and LEACOCK Building, 845, Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal

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The Journées internationales de la culture scientifique - Science and You are eligible for training expenses. Download the certificat in pdf format.



Women, Science, Engineering and CommunicationMinistère de l’Économie, de la Science et de l’Innovation (MÉSI)

Researcher Involvement, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NESRC)

The Importance and Impact of STEM Initiatives to Strengthening Scientific Literacy of TeachersUniversity of teacher Education St.Gallen

Academic and research institutions: new media?Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (Inserm) and Université de Lorraine

Science communication born out of research, University of Paris Saclay and Let's Talk Scienc

10:00-10:30   BREAK


Governments and Science CultureNatural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NESRC)

Fablabs and Living Labs: The Open Places of Science CommunicationUniversity of Lorraine

How does traditional media adapt their content using digital technologies?, CBC Radio-Canada

Is There Hope for Science and Scientific Communication in the Trump era?Association des communicateurs scientifique du Québec (ACS)

The Virtuous Circle of Accompaniment, University of Burgundy

12:00-13:00   BREAK


Scientific culture and remote populations: A citizen engagement issueCanada Foundation for Innovation (CFI)

Open DataMinistère de l’Économie, de la Science et de l’Innovation (MÉSI)

Games and Science: Digital Co-Creation in Science CommunicationCREO inc.

Science and Fiction: The Best of Both Worlds, Science pour tous

The Importance of Reaching Out to Adults in Scientific CultureCœur des sciences, UQAM

14:30-15:00   BREAK


Citizen Participation and Group Thinking OnlineMinistère de l’Économie de la Science et de l’Innovation (MÉSI)

Media Literacy and Social MediaAgence Science-Presse and the Canadian commission for UNESCO

From Youtubers to MOOCs : Digital Tools for Training and OutreachAssociation des communicateurs scientifique du Québec (ACS) et Association des musées et centres de science pour le développement de la CSTI (AMCSTI) 

Scientific Literacy and Citizen Involvement: The Convergence of Science and ArtConcordia University

Science and Science Dissemination: from Yesterday to Tomorrow, University of N’Djaména