Events Events

Upcoming Events:

- DESIRE workshop at Ecsite Annual Conference, 6-8 June 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden.  

- DESIRE workshop at EUSEA Conference, 21 May 2013, Jerusalem, Israel.    

Past Events:

- 3rd Discussion Event for Organisers of Science Events, 16 April 2013 on Google Hangout.

- 4th Discussion Event for Science Centres and Museum Professionals, 4 April 2013 on Google Hangout.

- 3nd Online Discussion Event for Project Managers, 3 April 2013, on Google Hangout.

- 3rd Online Discussion Event for Organisers of Science Events,18 March 2013 on Google Hangout.

- 3rd Teacher Online discussion event in collaboration with inGenious - 4 February - 16 March 

- Workshop at the 2nd inGenious academy: DESIRE for Communication - 10 March 2013 - Madrid, Spain

DESIRE Management meeting, Barcelona, Spain - 21-22 February 2013

 - 3rd Discussion Event for Science Centres and Museum Professionals, 20 November and 23 November 2012 on Google Hangout 

- 2nd Online Discussion Event for Project Managers, 7-9 November 2012 on the DESIRE portal

 - 1st Online Discussion Event for Policy Makers, 15-17 October 2012 on the DESIRE portal

- 1st Online Discussion Event for Organisers of Science Events , 15-17 October 2012 on LinkedIn

- 1st Online Discussion Event for Project Managers, 17-19 Septembre 2012

- 2nd Online Discussion Event for Science Centres and Museum Professionals, 18-20 September 2012

- 2nd Online Discussion Event for Teachers, 19-21 September 2012

- 1st Online Discussion Event for  Science Centres and Museum Professionals, 23-25 July 2012

- 1st Online Discussion Event for Teachers, 11-13 July 2012

- Management meeting Brussels, Belgium, 7-8 February 2012

- Management meeting Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-20 June 2012

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A Reached Milestone: The end of data collecting activities

The DESIRE project is glad to announce that the data collecting activities, a survey and a series of discussion events have now been concluded. Thanks to the teachers, policy-makers, project managers and science communicators that participated and helped identify how to better communicate results out to stakeholders. The project will publish soon a survival toolkit to better communicate innovative results from STEM projects to teachers and other relevant stakeholders. The reports from the discussion events with the science education stakeholders are already available!

Find out more: http://desire.eun.org/publications


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