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Stay in touch with the latest developments in European science engagement... Ecsite offers ongoing news on this website, as well as a monthly online magazine, Spokes.

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News 23 November 2010

This year the call for proposals resulted in 150 potential sessions being submitted to our Annual Conference Programme Committee. This year the Session Ideas forum proved to be a useful tool in building session proposals, with around 40 topics posted and many lively discussions.

Local/national conference 1 December 2010 - 3 December 2010

The Directors’ Forum is an event for the directors of all Full Members of Ecsite to come together and tackle key questions in our field. Faced with an ever-changing society and economy, how do science centres and museums adapt to the challenges that these changes bring? Among the the Natural History Museum’s awe-inspiring 70 million specimens, we will look at the types of change that affect us, and the changes we make as an institution.

See the Directors’ Forum page for more details.

News 16 November 2010

In October at the Science Gallery in Dublin TWIST (Towards Women in Science and Technology) partners met to review the survey responses from over 100 institutions from across Europe and other countries along with other in-progress TWIST activities.

Local/national conference 18 November 2010 - 19 November 2010

Ecsite presents discussion games on migration at the IDEA conference

The International Debate Education Association (IDEA) in cooperation with the Open Society Youth Initiative are organising a two-day conference on 19-20 November 2010 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

News 15 November 2010

In the last months, several new Decide kits have been developed and made available on the playdecide.eu website. Some are "classic" decide kits on new topics; others are innovative ways to transform the Decide format to address new audiences and create new dialogue and engagement opportunities.

Workshop 30 November 2010 - 2 December 2010

FUND encourages collaborations and networks at local level to create democratic dialogue and engagement activities with science.

News 10 November 2010

The Pilots project has now published its Resource Pack, complete with the best of the explainer training activities developed for the Pilots project, all described in detail step-by-step, with a strong focus on the theoretical background, and complete with a set of handouts and presentations.

Pilots is a 2-year project, coordinated by Ecsite, which aims to update the status of the explainer in science centres and museums.

News 2 November 2010

The call for proposals for the Ecsite Annual Conference 2011 will open on July 6, 2010. This year people interested to submit session proposals , will have plenty of time and a new conference website with additional functions in order to ensure the maximum opportunities for preparation for a succesful proposal submission.

News 10 August 2010

The First Announcement of the Ecsite Annual Conference 2011 is now available to download, and paper versions are currently being circulated to all Ecsite members.

News 3 August 2010

As part of an ongoing professionalisation process, Ecsite has been gradually working to improve its governance. In this context, the Board of Ecsite decided to review the statutes, particularly regarding the system of election of the President and the membership criteria.

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Digital Spokes magazine

Spokes is the monthly magazine of Ecsite, the European network of science centres and museums. Hear the latest news from European science engagement, go further with in-depth features and make the most of the good reads, events and opportunities shared by Ecsite members.

Spokes magazine #56, October 2019

IN DEPTH: We need better problems by C. Fenollosa and F. Kupper

PORTFOLIO: Beyond the job description by W. Gajewski

COLUMN: Sustainable development: opportunities for our organisations by A. Rokne

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