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Opening the Door: Maximizing the Benefits of Public Information Centres

Webinar Series on Stakeholder Involvement related to Nuclear Power

Date and time

Tuesday, 3 December 2019
14:00-15:00
Central European Time (UTC/GMT +1 hour)

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Description

This third webinar will focus on maximizing the benefits of public information centres as a tool for communication on nuclear power programmes. A successful public information centre serves as a resource for students, local communities and other stakeholders, and can help influence broader perceptions and support for nuclear power. Specific factors including well-communicated information, engaging activities, and creative exhibition designs can improve visitors’ experiences and help them understand the activities of a nuclear power plant and facts about nuclear power.

During the webinar, international experts will discuss creative and effective approaches to designing and running a public information centre. The webinar will feature a video walkthrough of a public information centre in action and provide practical recommendations on exhibition design, storytelling, and other good practices for building an interactive and impactful centre.

By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Develop plans for new Public Information Centres
  • Identify trends in user experience of exhibitions
  • Learn how to exhibit nuclear information
  • Design targeted activities in an information centre
  • Build storytelling skills

Presenters

Dale Tesmond, Hyperquake, USA
Tatiana Yanichkina, Energy of the Future, Russian Federation

Moderator

Lisa Berthelot, IAEA 

Resources

  1. Employment
  2. Women
  3. Press

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