NEW 2019 iSWOOP Implementation in National Parks: Perspectives from Park Leaders, Interpreters, Visitors, and Scientists
Finding a Way Forward: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Indiana Dunes National Park, Report on iSWOOP and People of Color Leaders at the Dunes, Forming Equitable Partnerships
Research Briefs through Interpreters’ Eyes
An examination of how the familiar and concise research brief can be a tool for interpretive park rangers dedicated to increasing the visibility of science research for the public at large.
Bilingual Interview and Activity Sheet
INTEGRATIVE & COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY
Papers from the symposium, Science in the Public Eye: Leveraging Partnerships.
iSWOOP 2018 in Review and 2019 Plans
Articles featured in the George Wright Forum
Interpreters’ needs for science information
Strategies and challenges behind communicating science to the public
iSWOOP Professional Development
National Park Service newsletter features iSWOOP
To be more inquisitive in the natural world
iSWOOP’s external evaluator has completed her report and provided an executive summary:_iswoopexecsum92115_FiNAL