Buy Digital Delegate Tickets for Online
Link to list of Auditorium livestream recordings available with your Digital Delegate Ticket purchase.
Link to FAQ below.
|Digital Delegate pricing available NOW**:|
|ASC Member Individual Digital Delegate Registration||$150.00|
|ASC Corporate Member Multiple Digital Delegate Registration for all your registered staff members||$450.00|
|Non Member Individual Digital Delegate Registration||$350.00|
|** Digital Delegate tickets make both days of the Ninth National Conference Auditorium sessions available online in real-time via a livestream and then post-conference as recorded sessions for all our friends outside Australia and for those who can’t join us onsite in Adelaide on 23 & 24 February. In addition to the 2 days of sessions, online interactive webinar sessions are being scheduled post-conference by accepted presenters. Online webinars are available to attend at the scheduled time or as recordings afterwards. Keep an eye on the online program to see what is available. More sessions still coming online. **|
Buy Digital Delegate Tickets for Online
Auditorium livestream recordings available when you buy a Digital Delegate Ticket are listed below. Post-conference online webinar conference sessions still to come!
Welcome Address #T1 Plenary
Recognising and rewarding research engagement and impact #T2 Plenary
Science communication in a post-fact world #T3 Plenary
Citizen Science #T4 Concurrent Session includes the following presentations:
Using citizen science to communicate science: Who is it likely to reach, and what impact will it have on public science engagement in Australia?
Using Social Media to Support a Citizen Science Community of Practice
‘Prepare Wellington’: Trans-situational mapping in a crisis. What can contextually relevant information offer science communication?
The Pantry Blitz encouraged the community to take part in biosecurity surveillance
What has the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) ever done for science and science communication? #T7 Plenary
So why don’t they just listen to us? Changing strategies to better engage with different people #T9 Plenary
Risk Communication #T10 Concurrent Session includes the following presentations:
Perfecting the pitch: challenging researchers to see (and talk about) their science differently | Speaker: Karen Pearce | Co-author: Mandy Hopkins
Communicating about social impacts to scientists, engineers, and corporations who are changing our planet | Speaker: Will Rifkin | Co-author: Katherine Witt
Talking about environmental pollution – when science is only part of the conversation | Speaker: Laura Boland
Why won’t they just vaccinate? Horse owners, veterinarians and Hendra virus | Speaker: Jennifer Manyweathers
Communicating Science in a [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED] environment: A case study of science communication at Defence Science and Technology Group | Speaker: Marc West | Co-author: Renée Webster
Values #T13 Concurrent Session includes the following presentations:
Climate champion farmers, integrating deficit, dialogue and participatory science engagement | Speaker: Jenni Metcalfe
New modes of thought: Case studies from Canada’s far North | Speaker: Misha Donohoe
Tradeoffs in deliberative public engagement with science | Speaker: Cobi Smith
The (economic) value of science | Speaker: Fabien Medvecky | Co-author: Stevie de Saille
The Great ASC Debate: Celebrities should promote scientific outcomes! #T16 Plenary
Data Visualisation #F1 Concurrent Session includes the following presentations:
The value of visualising data – the visuospatial mind at work | Speaker: Sarah Olesen
Communicating Complex Science in the clickbait era | Speaker: Helen Beringen
Bringing together Aboriginal stories, government priorities and science to create change with the interactive Interplay Wellbeing Framework | Speaker: Sheree Cairney
LAWA (Land Air Water Aotearoa): A human-centred design process case study for science communication | Speakers: Jo Bailey Tristam Sparks
Using engaging graphics and diagrams to communicate science differently | Speaker: Kate Hodge
Design, Animation, Film & Visioning #F4 Concurrent Session includes the following presentations:
The Virtual Plant Cell: immersion in cell science using virtual reality | Speaker: Karina Price
The making of a science expedition documentary in the remote Kimberley of Western Australia | Speaker: Trevor Almeida
Communicating neuroscience across cultures in remote Aboriginal communities with Brain Stories and No Smokes | Speaker: Sheree Cairney
Giving science a style makeover | Speakers: Richard Stanford & Sarah Olesen for Andina Faragher
How a PhD student ended up creating an award-winning outreach video | Speaker: Tullio Rossi
Animation case study: The Australian National Outlook | Speaker: Adrian King
Animation case study: The Soil & Landscape Grid of Australia | Speaker: Adrian King
Astrospatial Architecture and Smart Light Cities: A new urban ethos based on electromagnetic fluxes | Speaker: Davina Jackson
Rebooting Spaceship Earth: Introducing the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) | Speaker: Davina Jackson
The Two Cultures #F7 Lunchtime Play
What are Digital Delegate Tickets?
View the Online Program to find out more about online attendance at ASC2017.
Are group discounts available?
Yes. Please contact the conference organiser to discuss your requirements.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Your ticket is fully transferrable and non-refundable. To transfer your ticket to another delegate simply contact the conference organiser with details.
Is my registration/ticket refundable?
Your ticket is non-refundable but fully transferrable. To transfer your ticket to another delegate simply contact the conference organiser with details.
Are accommodation discounts available?
Yes. Current accommodation booking codes and links are on the Location information page here.
Does the event include catering?
Yes, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, and evening drinks event for those who RSVP to the session during registration.
An optional catered happy hour event closes the event on Friday for those who RSVP to the session during registration.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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