Effective Chemistry Communication in Informal Environments

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine contracted Education Development Center to evaluate the influence of the recently published report, Effective Chemistry Communication in Informal Environments. You have been contacted because you downloaded the report, attended a conference session about the report, or otherwise indicated interest in participation in this evaluation. We hope that you are willing to take 10-15 minutes to tell us your thoughts about the report.
The purpose of evaluation is to understand how audiences have received their report and learn their perceptions of its value and use.The results will be shared in a report presented to the committee convened by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences. Findings will inform future dissemination efforts on this topic.
  • We do not anticipate any risks associated with participating in the study. You are free to exit the survey at any time. Participating in this survey will give you the opportunity to share your experiences with others and provide information that may help the fields of informal science education and chemistry in future efforts to improve public understanding of chemistry concepts.
  • Survey findings will be reported in the aggregate, and individual comments will not be attributed and will have any identifying information removed. Any identifying information will be kept confidential.  
  • You do not have to complete this survey if you do not want to.  There is no compensation for completing the survey.  
  • If you have any questions regarding your rights as a participant in this study or feel you may have been harmed by this study, please contact Ronald Taylor with the National Research Council’s Institutional Review Board (202-334-1659; rtaylor@nas.edu).

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