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View Resource Pew Research Center: Trust and Mistrust in Americans' Views of Scientific Experts

A report published by the Pew Research Center in August 2019 examined the levels of trust and mistrust in scientific experts among the American public. This report was based on a nationally representative survey of 4,464 American adults that was conducted by the Pew Research Center's American Trends Panel in January 2019. Although the report found that "public confidence in scientists is on the...

View Resource Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences

Readers with a scholarly interest in fields such as psychology, political science, or economics may want to explore the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS), which "works to strengthen the integrity of social science research and evidence used for policy-making [...] in ways that promote research transparency, reproducibility, and openness." The BITSS website offers...

View Resource Bugs 101: Insect-Human Interactions

From the University of Alberta comes Bugs 101, a free online course that introduces learners to "the diverse (and sometimes alien) world of arthropods to learn how they work, what they do, and how insects and humans interact every day." Launched in August 2019 on Coursera, the course is taught by Dr. Maya Evenden, a professor of biological sciences specializing in entomology at the University of...

View Resource Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Digital Collection

Based at the University of Florida, the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (SPOHP) has conducted more than 8,000 interviews in the decades after the program's launch in 1967, making its collection "one of the largest oral history archives in the South and one of the top collections in the country." Over 3,600 of those interviews are publicly available online as part of the SPOHP Digital...

View Resource Digital Citizenship Utah

Educators and families alike may be interested in Digital Citizenship Utah, a project that was "created to support school community councils, educators, administrators, and parents in their digital citizenship education efforts, and to expand the conversation around what it means for youth and adults to be good digital citizens." Here, readers will find a curated Resources Library with more than...