(2) Laval University, Canada
The current need for informative communication products (i.e. visualization technologies such as “flying” explorations of geographic and geo-referenced data, zooms and rotations of three-dimensional data, animated and sequential displays of X-Y) is to establish and reinforce links between science and the public to raise the general consciousness. The webinar gives some tips about the creation of an animation, based on the experience of four graduate students who built science animations to communicate their own research findings. Recorded on 15 February 2012.