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February 2020 Update: Download our now-published manuscript compiling lessons and materials from both 2016 and 2018 workshop sessions:
Landis BY, Bajak A, de la Hoz JF, González JG, Gose R, Tibbs CP and Oskin B (2020) CómoSciWri: Resources to Help Science Writers Engage Bicultural and Bilingual Audiences in the United States. Front. Commun. 5:10. doi: 10.3389/fcomm.2020.00010 (Article PDF available)
- «NASW Workshops Result in Journal Article on Inclusive SciComm» by Sarah Nightingale (National Association of Science Writers, March 17, 2020)
- «Engaging the Changing Faces and Voices of Mass Media» by Tere Castro-Saldana* (National Association of Science Writers, October 15, 2018)
- «Listen How to Communicate Ciencia to Bicultural Audiences» by Iveliz Martel (MinorityPostdoc.rog, December 31, 2016)
- «Let’s Make Connections, Not Translations» by Oscar Miyamoto (National Association of Science Writers, October 31, 2016)
*Editor’s Note: The «si se puede» closing during this session was initiated by Castro-Saldana as an audience member.