The following are links to resources and publications recommended by our center. Resources for our upcoming events are listed according to event title. 

 

Recommended:

Undergraduate Research- Integrating Discovery-Based Research into the Undergraduate Curriculum: Report of a Convocation (2015)

From Our Events:

 Speaking Salon #1 - Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development (NSF and IES 2013) 
 Speaking Salon #2 - Discipline-Based Education Research (NRC 2012) 
 Speaking Salon #3 - Reaching Students: What Research Says About Effective Instruction in Undergraduate Science and Engineering 

From Our Projects:

NABI Broader Impacts Report – Link to Current State of Broader Impacts

Broader Impacts CAISE report- Link to the document outlining interviews. 

Broader Impacts Strategic Approach - Link to our full report. 

SYNERGIES - Link to the project website for more information

Undergraduate Success - Link to our full report

Corvallis School District Tablet Study- Link to the final report. 

Guerilla Science- Link to the final report.

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Publications: 

Skvoretz, J., Risien, J. Goldberg, B. (2018) Network Measurement and Data Collection Methods in Higher Education: Practices and Guidelines. In (Eds) Henderson, C., Rasmussen, C., Knaub, A., Apkarian, N., Daly, A. J., & Fisher, K. Q. (2018). Researching and Enacting Change in Postsecondary Education: Leveraging Instructors' Social Networks (Vol. 28). Routledge.

Risien, J. (2018). Experts and Sojourners in Learning Networks: Practices for Transformation (manuscript submitted for publication).

Risien, J. & Storksdieck, M.; Unveiling Impact Identities: A Path for Connecting Science and SocietyIntegrative and Comparative Biology, Volume 58, Issue 1, 1 July 2018, Pages 58–66, https://doi.org/10.1093/icb/icy011

Risien, J. & Goldstein, B.E. (2018). Boundaries Crossed and Boundaries Made: The productive tension between learning and influence in transformative networks (manuscript submitted for publication).

Risien, J. & Nilson, R. (2018). Landscape overview of university systems and people supporting scientists in their public engagement efforts: summary of existing recommendations and evidence from the field. Report to the Kavli, Rita Allen, Packard, and Moore Foundations http://informalscience.org/support-systems-scientists-communication-and-engagement-exploration-people-and-institutions.

Stylinski C, Storksdieck M, Canzoneri N, Klein E, Johnson A. 2018 (in press). Impacts of a comprehensive public engagement training and support program on scientists’ outreach attitudes and practices. International Journal of Science Education, Part B, DOI: 10.1080/21548455.2018.1506188

Storksdieck M, Stylinski C, Canzoneri N. 2017. The impact of portal to the public: creating an infrastructure for engaging scientists in informal science learning: summative evaluation. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University. https://popnet.pacificsciencecenter.org/wp-content/uploads/PoPNet-Summative-Evaluation-Report.pdf.

Lohwater T, Storksdieck M. 2017. Science communication at scientific institutions. Chapter 19 (pp. 179-186) inn Scheufele D, Kahan DM, Hall Jamieson K, editors. Handbook of the science of science communication. NY: Oxford University Press.

Bradshaw, L., Fraser, J., Rank, S., Heimlich, J., Wotjon, M.A., Riedinger, K., Storksdieck, M., & Canzoneri, N. (2017, Sept.). STEM Matters: Investigating the Confluence of Visitor and Institutional Agendas. A panel session at the 2017 annual conference of Association of Zoos and Aquariums in Indianapolis, IN.

Wotjon, M.A., Bennett, N., Burris, A., Niedbalski, A.C., Kubarek, J., & Riedinger, K. (2017, Sept.). Far from the Norm: Weaving unique research and evaluation methods into all aspects of zoo activities/operations. A poster session at the 2017 annual conference of Association of Zoos and Aquariums in Indianapolis, IN.

Riedinger, K. (2016, Nov.). Science in the Community Forum: Highlighting Programs and Practices that Bridge In-School and Out-of-School STEM Learning (moderator). A discussion panel at the 2016 area conference of the National Science Teachers Association in Portland, OR.

Riedinger, K. (2016, Nov.). ASTC: Informal Science Educators Networking Brown Bag Lunch. A session at the 2016 area conference of the National Science Teachers Association in Portland, OR.

Storksdieck M, Stylinski C, Bailey D. 2016. Typology for public engagement with science: a conceptual framework for public engagement involving scientists. Corvallis, OR: Center for Research on Lifelong STEM Learning. https://www.aaas.org/sites/default/files/content_files/AAAS_Typology.pdf

Riedinger, K., Glass, M., & Schatz, D. (2016, Sept.). Connected Science Learning: A Journal to Connect STEM Educators Across Formal and Informal Education Settings. A poster session at the 2016 annual meeting of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Tampa, FL.