By Leo Tan Wee Hin,R. Subramaniam
This publication explores powerful techniques for speaking technology to the general public in constructing international locations. delivering a number of views in this vital subject, it positive factors 17 chapters that characterize the efforts of 23 authors from 8 nations: Australia, Bangladesh, India, eire, New Zealand, united states, Singapore and South Africa.
Inside, readers will discover a range of techniques to speak technological know-how to the general public. The e-book additionally highlights many of the demanding situations that technological know-how communicators, technology coverage makers, technological know-how academics, collage teachers within the sciences or even marketers may possibly face of their makes an attempt to spice up technology literacy degrees of their international locations. additionally, it stocks a number of top practices from the built international that could support readers create conversation tasks which may bring about elevated engagement with technology in groups within the Asia Pacific zone and beyond.
Given the pervasive impression of technology and know-how in today’s society, their impression will in basic terms raise within the future years because the international turns into extra globalized and the economies of nations turn into extra inter-linked. This booklet should be an invaluable resource of reference for constructing international locations seeking to faucet into the possibility of technology for state construction and successfully interact their groups to higher comprehend technology and know-how. Supported through the Pacific technology organization, Hawaii.
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