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The 5 Best Unbiased Fact-Checking Sites for Finding the Truth This is the age of misinformation and fake news. Here are the best unbiased fact-checking sites so that you can find the truth. Jena, Fact Checking Sites, Information Literacy, Media Literacy, Visual Literacy, Digital Literacy, Media Bias, Conspiracy Theories, Fake News

Fight Fake news. Know who is reputable.  - The More You Know post

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The 5 Best Unbiased Fact-Checking Sites for Finding the Truth This is the age of misinformation and fake news. Here are the best unbiased fact-checking sites so that you can find the truth. Jena, Fact Checking Sites, Information Literacy, Media Literacy, Visual Literacy, Digital Literacy, Media Bias, Conspiracy Theories, Fake News

Fight Fake news. Know who is reputable.  - The More You Know post

Discover the magic of the internet at Imgur, a community powered entertainment destination. Lift your spirits with funny jokes, trending memes, entertaining gifs, inspiring stories, viral videos, and so much more.

128 Words to Use Instead of VERY.by Proofreading Services - Language and English Grammar - The Words, Words To Use, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Writing Inspiration, Improve Writing, Science Writing

Very good writing advice: ‘Very’ is vague; use substitutes

Either William Allen White or Mark Twain advised writers to substitute damn for very in their writing. Then the editor would remove all the damns and improve the writing. More later on who provided that advice, but I thought of it when Luke Palder, founder and CEO of ProofreadingServices.com sent me a link to the image below: I don't know…

The Pot-Stirrer: Teaching Evolution in the Southeast U. by sciencefriday: “Although evolution is overwhelmingly accepted by scientific communities, it remains a taboo and often misunderstood subject. Science Writing, Teaching Science, Teaching Tools, Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Learning Resources, Teacher Resources, Biology, Chemistry

The Pot-Stirrer: Teaching Evolution in the Southeast U.S.

Although evolution is overwhelmingly accepted by scientific communities, it remains a taboo and often misunderstood subject for much of the rural American So...

Read "The Invention of Nature Alexander von Humboldt's New World" by Andrea Wulf available from Rakuten Kobo. The acclaimed author of Founding Gardeners reveals the forgotten life of Alexander von Humboldt, the visionary German na. John Muir, Devon, Good Books, Books To Read, Alexander Von Humboldt, Roman, New Scientist, Thing 1, Free Pdf Books

The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt's New World

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Comparing a low and high entropy state Physics Lessons, Science Writing

Comparing a low and high entropy state

Novelist Cormac McCarthy’s tips on how to write a great science paper Writing Resources, Writing Tips, Nature Research, Formal Language, Science Writing, Street Smart, Nature Journal, Our Solar System, Strong Relationship

Mentoring

Nature Mentoring is a collection of the best mentoring content from Nature Research journals, alongside real-life mentoring stories from Naturejobs' global community of scientists, offering advice and support to scientist mentors and their mentees.

The Open Notebook – Using Narrative to Tell Science Stories: A TON Collection Sensory Details, Narrative Story, Science Writing, Pitch Perfect, Intuition, To Tell, Storytelling, Notebook, Collection

Using Narrative to Tell Science Stories - The Open Notebook

Characters. Scenic action. Sensory detail. Intuitive structure. This collection focuses on how to use narrative techniques to tell science stories.

The Open Notebook – Gender Differences in Pitching: Results from the TON Pitching Habits Survey Science Writing, Different, Pitch, Career, Notebook, Carrera, Notebooks, Freshman Year

Gender Differences in Pitching: Results from the TON Pitching Habits Survey - The Open Notebook

The TON Pitching-Habits Survey probed gender differences in science journalists’ pitching habits and how such differences may pertain to gender disparities in the field. We found that men and women in many ways pitch similarly—but when men push back against a rejection, they’re more likely than women to do so by proposing an alternative angle. Our data also suggest that such persistance may yield different results for men and women.

Wrapping Up Word Of Mouth Marketing Word Of Mouth Marketing, Social Marketing, Content Marketing, Online Marketing, Argumentative Writing, Persuasive Writing, Spiral Of Silence Theory, Reported Speech, Nouns And Pronouns

Science communication: the dangers of oversimplifying microbiome studies

Lauren Freeman and Saray Ayala spoke to us about the dangers of oversimplification and decontextualization in microbiome research - and why they think scientists should be careful before recommending behavioural changes

My work morning starts with a long stare at the “to-write” list. It’s about to spill off the whiteboard. There is the stack of script notes my husband,. Selfish Mothers, Science Writing, Morning Start, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Children With Autism, Storytelling, Kids Rugs, Teaching, Canning

What a Child With Autism Can Teach a Novelist About Storytelling

My work morning starts with a long stare at the “to-write” list. It’s about to spill off the whiteboard. There is the stack of script notes my husband,...

The Open Notebook – Read This! (Or Not): Writing Book Reviews Science Writing, Writing A Book, Clear Eyes, Book Reviews, No Response, Notebook, Feelings, Reading, Books

Read This! (Or Not): Writing Book Reviews - The Open Notebook

The trick to reviewing books well is to approach the task systematically, keeping a clear eye on what you’re trying to accomplish, and keeping in mind what your responsibility is to readers. Book reviews should give an idea of the quality and style of the book, helping readers figure out whether they want to read the book, but without providing so much detail that readers feel as though there’s nothing left to learn.

Ten Terrific Books for Writers Science Writing, Self Publishing, Writers, Burns, Reading, Sign Writer, Word Reading, Authors, Reading Books

Ten Terrific Books for Writers

Whenever the topic of favorite books for writers comes up, I always mention the same ones over and over again. But they are timeless must-reads for anyone trying to finish their first manuscript, (or twenty-first,) and for those pursuing publication, either traditionally or through self-publishing. So here I go again with a list of my…