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Science Communication: Getting started

Science Communication

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This guide is for individuals studying, researching, and teaching at Waterloo in the area of Science Communication. It provides an overview of key resources, including textbooks, edited books for advanced study, journals, associations, and more. For more information on this guide, or to make suggestions for additions, please contact Dr. Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher, Canada Research Chair in Science, Health, and Technology Communication, or Nancy Collins, Librarian, Dana Porter Library.

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