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Using Live Webcast to Communicate Science Under the Background of Media Convergence ——A Case Study of Sci-Think Media Platform
谭一泓
2018-09
Conference Name2018 Science and You International Symposium & Summit on Culture of Science
Source Publication2018 Science and You International Symposium & Summit on Culture of Science
Issue3
Conference Date2018年9月15-17日
Conference Place北京
Abstract

Nowadays, as the rise of mobile technology and popularity of new media, live webcast has more and more become an important way to communicate science. In this paper, Sci-Think, which is a new media platform and has rich experience in science related live webcast, is taken as example to analyze how live webcast plays a significant way in  communicating science among scientists and to the public, indicated by online survey data. It also tries to explore what kind of issues and how much time scientists and the public are willing to devote to science related live webcasts. Besides, this paper also discusses the possibility and challenge of using the most popular live webcast platforms in China, such as Kuaishou and Douyin, to communicate science to the public.   

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Identifierhttp://ir.las.ac.cn/handle/12502/11083
Collection中国科学院文献情报中心(北京)_学科咨询服务部
Affiliation中国科学院文献情报中心
First Author Affilication中国科学院文献情报中心
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谭一泓. Using Live Webcast to Communicate Science Under the Background of Media Convergence ——A Case Study of Sci-Think Media Platform[C],2018.
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