Communication & Dissemination

The ENJOI communication and dissemination strategy has been designed to multiply the project impact not just in the project countries, but also in other EU contexts and overseas, particularly in South America.

ENJOI also pays special attention to sister projects, to increase the opportunities for mutual learning and to strengthen the science communication community efforts towards Outstanding Open Science Communication.

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The Renaissance of the Newsletter and where to find them

In a certain way, newsletters have anticipated what journalism would have become. It was already in existence during the Middle Ages, when travelling merchants moved not just goods but also news. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica: "Traders' newsletters contained commercial information on the availability and prices of various goods and services, but they also could […]
September 20, 2023

Lights and Shadows on Local Journalism

Engagement has never been more crucial in determining the survival of journalism than in the case of local newspapers and media outlets.
September 11, 2023

ENJOI Policy Event. Ethics, engagement and excellence: how can policy shape great science communication?

Join us for the ENJOI Policy Event on October 4 in Brussels! An interactive discussion about how policy can support a healthy science communication environment.
September 08, 2023

Fact-checking, engaging communities in debunking scientific hoaxes

In an era when information channels are so diverse and easily accessible, fact-checking has never been more fundamental.
August 21, 2023

Starting with Data Journalism: Tools and Courses Available for Journalists

Reading, commenting, and extracting information from data: doing this correctly unequivocally determines whether you are writing a credible article or disseminating fake news.
August 14, 2023

Generative AI is here: half of the newsrooms seem already to be using various tools

Insights from the report "Gauging Generative AI’s Impact on Newsroom", collecting inputs from 101 newsroom editors, journalists, and other newsroom staff worldwide.
July 20, 2023

The 17th Conference on Communication and Environment gathered researchers, practitioners, artists, and activists in Harrisonburg, Virginia

“Many Voices, One Planet: Accounting for the past and narrating sustainable futures”. The biennial conference organized by the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA) in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, VA, USA.
June 29, 2023

Building a relationship between science journalism and citizen science

Insights from the European project NEWSERA, aimed to incorporate participatory science into science communication. Blueprint for #CitSciComm now available.
June 26, 2023

How should science journalism talk about environmental pollution? The collaboration of data journalism and solution journalism

Data is fundamental for framing and understanding the problem, discussing the measures to be taken, and presenting solutions that have been successfully implemented in particular contexts Pollution and environmental disruption are heavy themes, difficult to contextualize and describe. Often, when we read or hear stories about pollution – from the lack of prevention to the […]
June 19, 2023

Engaging for innovating and improving science communication

Take-home messages and good intentions from the European Association for Science Engagement (EUSEA) conference
May 30, 2023

Slow journalism as an answer to news inflation

Reversing the trend of press-release journalism, or “churnalism”, is necessary to do quality work, but it requires new models of financial sustainability and support from the readers. And it is an interesting approach especially for reporting on science topics
May 22, 2023

The right way to make science known, and to bring it into people's lives

At the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Elisabetta Tola and Massimo Polidoro discuss the importance of talking about science, the difficulties that journalists and science communicators face in accurately conveying scientific information, and what still separates the scientific world from other aspects of social and political life, especially in Italy. right way to make science known, […]
May 17, 2023

The problem of misinformation after the Covid-19 pandemic

And what kind of precautions should science journalists ask themselves when contacting scientists and researchers
May 09, 2023

Include a diversity of worldviews in your reporting: a take-home message from the World Conference of Science Journalists in Medellín

A take-home message from the World Conference of Science Journalists in Medellín
May 02, 2023

Has the Covid-19 pandemic changed how science journalists work?

A focus on the selection and use of sources during the pandemic, and on the relation between journalists and scientists
April 18, 2023

What went wrong with data journalism during the Covid-19 pandemic

And what we should learn from this, plus some examples of how high-quality data journalism can make a difference
April 03, 2023

How cross-border collaboration could help scientific journalism

Cooperation and engagement between journalists in different countries to reach information
March 20, 2023

Conversations around citizen science communication and citizen science journalism. NEWSERA final event

On March 29th, 2023, the NEWSERA final event ‘Conversations around citizen science communication and citizen science journalism’ will be hosted at the BIP Meeting Centre, in the historic center of Brussels.
March 17, 2023

Flaws in reporting on AI: a checklist tool for reporters

Reporting on AI can be tricky. Journalists do not always possess enough knowledge in the field to avoid exaggerated claims (both positive and negative) and companies tend to hype their products in order to maximize their media exposure. But nonetheless, reporting on AI is crucial in a moment of great expansion of the sector and […]
March 14, 2023

Etmaal Conference: an opportunity for discussion and engagement

The ENJOI Partner Anne M. Dijkstra, University of Twente, presented the results of the ENJOI activities during the Conference session devoted to Science Communication and Journalism
February 25, 2023

DATA4CitSciNews: Data Journalism, Misinformation and Citizen Science

The NEWSERA-ENJOI Conference "DATA4CitSciNews" on Data Journalism, Misinformation and Citizen Science will be held on November 28 in Barcelona
December 23, 2022

DATA4CitSciNews Conference, Barcelona

The NEWSERA-ENJOI Conference "DATA4CitSciNews" on Data Journalism, Misinformation and Citizen Science was held on November 28 in Barcelona
November 15, 2022


Participatory events in Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Belgium to improve the quality of science communication and journalism
October 14, 2022

ENJOI 4th Engagement Workshop, Portugal

The fourth and last ENJOI Engagement Workshop was held in Lisbon, Portugal, in May 2022. Co-creating the standards, principles and indicators in science communication and journalism
September 02, 2022

ENJOI 3rd Engagement Workshop, Spain

The third ENJOI Engagement Workshop was held in Barcelona, Spain, in April 2022. Co-creating the standards, principles and indicators in science communication and journalism
August 25, 2022

ENJOI 2nd Engagement Workshop, Belgium

The 2nd ENJOI Engagement Workshop was held in Bruxelles, Belgium, in 29 March 2022. Co-creating the standards, principles and indicators in science communication and journalism
July 31, 2022

ENJOI 1st Engagement Workshop, Italy

The first ENJOI Engagement Workshop was held in Bologna, Italy, in March 2022. Co-creating the standards, principles and indicators in science communication and journalism
June 16, 2022

QUEST: Looking for quality and effectiveness in SciComm

How to define, measure and support quality in science communication? Interview with Alessandra Fornetti, coordinator of the European Project QUEST
May 11, 2022

SPIs pilot workshop in Italy

Looking for standards, principles and indicators in scicomm and science journalism: the ENJOI workshop during the Italian Conference of Science Communication in Trieste, November 2021.
March 02, 2022

FC.ID presents ENJOI in Lisboa and Oviedo

ENJOI at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (cE3c), Lisboa, Portugal, and the International Congress on Science and Technology Cultures, Oviedo, Spain.
November 30, 2021

SPIs for excellent scicomm @CCSC21, Barcelona

More than 300 science communication professionals gathered from September 29th to October 1st at the VIII Congress of Social Communication of Science (CCSC21) held in CosmoCaixa Museum in Barcelona, Spain.
November 12, 2021

Enjoy our ENJOI website

Exploring engagement innovation to promote an outstanding open science communication and journalism: this is the goal of the European project ENJOI. Find out more in our brand-new website!
June 29, 2021
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