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050  4 Q105.A1|bS35 2013 
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245 00 Science centres and science events :|ba science 
       communication handbook /|cAnne-Marie Bruyas, Michaela 
       Riccio, editors. 
264  1 Milan ;|aNew York :|bSpringer,|c2013. 
300    1 online resource :|bcolor illustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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504    Includes bibliographical references. 
505 00 |gPart 1.|tScience in Society --|tToward Knowledge 
       Societies /|rGiuseppe Vittorio Silvestrini --|tScience and
       Society /|rPietro Greco --|tScience Communication at 
       Glance /|rLuigi Amodio --|gPart 2.|tThe Evolution and 
       World-Wide Expansion of Science Centres --|tThe Evolution 
       and Worldwide Expansion of Science Centres /|rVincenzo 
       Lipardi --|gPart 3.|tPractical Guidelines to approach 
       science communication --|tThe Cooperation Project for a 
       New Science Centre in Owerri, Nigeria /|rAnne-Marie Bruyas
       --|tLesson 1: Activities and Tools Overview /|rGuglielmo 
       Maglio --|tLesson 2: The Role of Exhibitions in Science 
       Museum and Science Centre /|rAnna Porro and Luigi Cerri --
       |tLesson 3: Design Process for the Organization of 
       Exhibition Areas /|rMaria Teresa Pica Ciamarra --|tLesson 
       4: Educational Activities /|rMario Campanino --|tLesson 5:
       Conferences and Debates /|rRossella Parente and Alessandra
       Zanazzi --|tLesson 6: Science Festival /|rDiana Angela 
       Palma --|tLesson 7: Communication and Media Plan /|rCarlo 
       Guardascione --|tLesson 8: Training Explainers /|rFiorella
       Iuliano --|tLesson 9: Visitor Needs /|rFrancesco De 
       Matteis --|tLesson 10: Communication Techniques with 
       Visitors /|rDavide Petrone --|tLesson 11: Participatory 
       Tools, the EASW Methodology /|rLuca Simeone --|tLesson 12:
       Hands-on exhibits based on local handicrafts: the 
       experience of Calitri /|rPietro Cerreta --|tLesson 13: 
       Science Theatre /|rEnrico de Capoa --|tLesson 14: 
       Appetizer to the Italian Language and Culture /|rFranca 
       Sibilio and Rosa Giordano --|gPart 4.|tFrom Theory to 
       Practice /|r161-161 /|rThe Owerri Science Festival /
       |rGuglielmo Maglio --|gPart 5.|tTechnical Annex 1Cookbook 
       ofScience Demos --|tGeneral advices /|rGuglielmo Maglio --
       |tWorkshop 1: Chemistry /|rGiulia Gaeta, Elisa Rampone and
       Federico Brigida --|tWorkshop 2: Food Education /|rFlora 
       Di Martino --|tWorkshop 3: Energy /|rAlessandra Zanazzi, 
       Anna Porro and Rossella Parente --|tWorkshop 4: 
       Environment /|rGuglielmo Maglio and Riccarda D'Onofrio --
       |tWorkshop 5: Music and Science /|rMario Campanino --
       |gPart 6.|tTechnical Annex 2 Other examples of activities 
       and projects --|tScience Centre for Peace in the Middle 
       East Project /|rAnne-Marie Bruyas --|tACCENT: Action on 
       Climate Change through Engagement, Networks and Tools /
       |rFlora Di Martino --|tTIME for Nano, Tools to Increase 
       Mass Engagement for Nanotechnology /|rAlessandra Drioli. 
520    The idea for this text stemmed from the fruitful 
       experience gathered during the training course of 9 
       Nigerian university students organized in Naples from 3 to
       18 September 2008 by the team of Fondazione IDIS-Citta 
       della Scienza under the project Science Centre Owerri. The
       training course turned out to be not only an educational 
       opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills for these 
       students, but also a real and practical tool that later 
       led to the realization of the first Science Festival of 
       Owerri in Nigeria in May 2009. This in turn sparked the 
       idea of creating a highly practical handbook for those who
       want to face the challenge of developing new projects for 
       the dissemination and socialization of science in 
       developing countries. In these countries, the role of 
       scientific education and training in schools is not 
       sufficient to arouse scientific curiosity among young 
       people and make the population aware of the importance of 
       scientific knowledge in everyday life. Moreover science 
       and technology are indispensable tools for people's 
       empowerment and should be supported with actions that 
       encourage curiosity about science and the intelligent use 
       of technology to bridge the divide with developed 
       countries. It is therefore necessary to set up activities 
       that are carefully targeted to promote and communicate 
       science. The text has been designed as a practical guide 
       to be used in a variety of contexts: scientific events or 
       more structured science festivals, training, the creation 
       of scientific cultural associations, and the development 
       of new science centres. Besides being an excellent tool 
       for training and supporting the design and planning phases,
       the manual can also be used as a reference work for 
       institutions and local cultural services which have to 
       select projects of this type. 
610 20 Science Centre Owerri (Nigeria) 
650  0 Science museums|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/
       sh85118669|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh99001300 
650  0 Communication in science|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
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653  4 Science -- Study and teaching. 
653  4 Science Education. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Handbooks and manuals.|2fast|0http://id.worldcat.org/fast/
       1423877 
655  7 Handbooks and manuals.|2lcgft|0http://id.loc.gov/
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700 1  Bruyas, Anne-Marie. 
700 1  Riccio, Michaela. 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2013 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
       springerlink.ebooks2013|5OH1 
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