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  • Audacity Audacity is a free audio editor and recorder available for Windows®, Mac®, GNU/Linux®; and other operating systems.
  • Canadian Science Publishing (by NRC) is an independent, not-for-profit scholarly publisher dedicated to serving the needs of researchers and their communities. Their website is a portal to Canadian scientific research publications resources like blogs, videos, press releases and other media guides, etc.
  • Canadian Science Writers' Association
  • CompassBlogs Based in the US, this organization's vision is "to see more scientists engage, and engage effectively, in the public discourse about the environment. Through trainings, coaching, and real-world connections, we empower researchers to build the communications skills, networks, and relationships they need to realize this vision.
  • Evidence for Democracy (E4D) is the leading fact-driven, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization promoting the transparent use of evidence in government decision-making in Canada. Through research, education and issue campaigns, we engage and empower the science community while cultivating public and political demand for evidence-based decision-making
  • The Evolving Culture of Science Engagement This group of scientists and science communicators held a conference in 2013, and put together a report about the next steps of science engagement research, including key themes like humour, art, emotion, and storytelling.
  • Informal Science. This is a central portal to projects, research and evaluation resources designed to support and connect the informal STEM education community in museums, media, public programs and a growing variety of informal environments.
  • National Association of Science Writers Promotes "good science writing" among its 2,000 members.  Featured articles on the site (for instance, "Coming soon to this planet: More of us") touch into issues relevant to science writers and bloggers. A Twitter feed, ripe with science-y links and hashtags, is available on the homepage and more than a dozen writer resources are on display.
  • National Public Radio Archive of shows and podcasts from National Public Radio.   News and current interest, interviews, etc.
  • Science:  I Choose You.  A blog by a passionate Canadian
  • ScienceBorealis. An inclusive digital science salon featuring Canadians blogging about a wide array of scientific disciplines. Science Borealis is a one-stop shop for the public, media, educators, and policy makers to source Canadian science information.
  • Science Media Centre of Canada is a registered charitable organization that supports journalists writing about the sciences, engineering and technology.
  • Scientific Communication at The Conversation Australian site with articles written by academics on the subject of Science Communication
  • Social Media Examiner Offering a unique single source of knowledge, the site contains comprehensive articles and videos on how to use the best social media tools, along with original case studies, reviews of the latest industry research and advice direct from the world’s leading experts." - Society for New Communications Research.
  • SoundBible.com  SoundBible.com has thousands of free sound effects for everyone. Browse the sound library and pick and choose the sounds you want. Sounds are updated 3x a week or more.
  • Worldwatch Institute Founded in 1974 by Lester Brown as an independent research institute devoted to global environmental concerns, Worldwatch was quickly recognized by opinion leaders around the world for its foresight and accessible, fact-based analysis