Science Communication

Prof. Dr. Katrin Doveling, Department of communication studies III of the TU Dresden from 2009-2013, designed new research: Science in the network of Dresden, 27.06.2013: In the age of the Internet, the world moves increasingly closer distances be overcome and others explored, melt the boundaries between producers and consumers of information. The Web offers diverse possibilities, such as help, advice and education forums”explained Dr. Katrin Doveling (from 2009-2013 Professor of representation, Department of communication studies III of TU Dresden). In the context of the increase in multimedia and interactive media environment of the World Wide Web, especially of Web Science 2.0, is facing new challenges. It is important to pursue this development in the context of the communication of Science online”Doveling noted, and added: also, and in particular the communication research this development should cover their opportunities, potential, possible limits and risks identify and make tangible empirically”. Dr.

Katrin Doveling taught from 2009 to 2013 at the Technical University of Dresden and headed the Department of communication studies III. “Focusing on Science on the net” Dr. Katrin Doveling, focuses the for its interdisciplinarity and internationality through the Handbook of emotions and mass media, that they charge ago – announced out (together with C. von Scheve and E. A. Konijn), is currently on a range of topics as interesting above all for communication sciences. It aims to illustrate the communication of science in the network and to discuss the opportunities and risks. How do scientists use even the (social) Web to Exchange scientifically? Show up here cultural differences? Who achieved all a viral science communication? How can the range I determine? What opportunities and potential offers E-learning? Exactly these questions are the it alongside the still highly current topics of Mobilization of emotions analyzed and in the context of E.g. the relevance of social media platforms as a communication channel of science reexamined.

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