Radiolab: What Curiosity Sounds Like Summative Evaluation

Date: 
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Resource Type:
Summative | Research and Evaluation Instruments | Survey | Interview Protocol | Evaluation Reports
Environment Type: 
Media and Technology, Broadcast Media, Websites, Mobile Apps, and Online Media, Public Programs, Citizen Science Programs, Community Outreach Programs, Making and Tinkering Programs
Audience: 
Adults | General Public | Museum/ISE Professionals | Scientists | Evaluators
Discipline: 
Computing and information science | Education and learning science | General STEM | Life science | Physics | Technology
Organization:
New York Public Radio - WNYC, Rockman Et Al
Description or Abstract: 

This report summarizes evaluative findings from a project titled “What Curiosity Sounds Like: Discovering, Challenging, and Sharing Scientific Ideas” (a.k.a.: “Discovery Dialogues”). The project, a Full-Scale development project funded by the National Science Foundation as part of its Advancing Informal Science Learning (AISL) program, explored new ways to actively engage both lay and professional audiences, and foster meaningful communication between scientists and the general public. Appendix includes survey and interview questions.

Funder(s): 
NSF
Funding Amount: 
1498205

Team Members

Jennifer BorlandEvaluator

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