The Danish Science Journalists' Association is hosting a conference on June 11 and wants you to go along.
From their blurb:
"The rise of new media (blogs) and social media (twitter, del.icio.us) has changed the rules of engagement in science communication. New types of media platforms emerge by the minute, print media circulation numbers are dropping and communication takes place in an ever more fragmented digital media reality. Regardless of whether you are a science journalist, a science communicator or a scientist - a new approach towards science communication is emerging.
What impact will this have on you?
At this years' interactive conference the Danish Association of Science Journalists will take a peek into the future by proposing your reality to expert prognoses from our invited national and international speakers:
- Matthew Nisbet, ph.d., associate professor, School of Communication, American University, Washington
- Anne Knudsen, Editor-in-chief, Weekendavisen
- Michael Gross, ph.d., science Writer, England
- Barbara Ann Halkier, dr. scient, associate professor, Dept. of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen
- Jacob Skovgaard-Petersen, professor MSO, Dept of Cross-cultural and regional studies, University of Copenhagen.
The conference takes place on June 11. at the Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen NV."
If that isn't all perfectly clear, here's some more information on the conference including the programme, registration form and a participants list.