By Claire Quimby and Camellia Sanford Photo courtesy of National Informal STEM Education Network Congratulations to the Museum of Science, Boston team who just received supplemental funding from NSF to extend the reach of their Multi-Site Public Engagement with Science (MSPES). REA served as an external evaluator for the MSPES project, funded by an NSF […]
REA’s Scott Burg‘s latest blog received a powerful endorsement from the National Black Programming Consortium. The blog is part of an ongoing research project to document organizational development at KQED, San Francisco, a member station of PBS. You can read the latest post here and follow the series here.
REA’s audience research is helping to shape the new television series The Crowd and the Cloud, which will appear on public television in Spring 2017. Funded by NSF’s Advancing Informal STEM Learning (AISL) program, the four, hour-long episodes will feature diverse and engaging stories about citizen science and crowdsourcing, and how audiences can get involved. […]
Congratulations to the BimBam team on a successful launch of their new animated series! REA conducted user-testing of the web-based video series to help shape the programming to most effectively achieve learning and engagement outcomes with pre-schoolers and their families. Read more about Shaboom, the new online series by BimBam here.
Congratulations to Scott Burg and colleague Liz Bandy on their blog series for KQED, Disrupting Public Media! Check out Disrupting Public Media here. This monthly series explores KQED’s journey to transform into a 21st century public media organization through disruptive innovation. Working with KQED, researchers Elizabeth Bandy and Scott Burg will cover new strategies and […]