Forensic Science 2 Point 0 (2.0)
Forensic Science 2 Point 0
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We are very pleased to announce the launch of Forensic Science 2 Point 0 (2.0) and we sincerely hope you find this new development as exciting we do.
Our aim from day one has been to make the All About Forensic Science website as accessible as possible and open to anybody and with Forensic Science 2.0 we hope to take this philosophy to the next level.
Why Forensic Science 2.0?
As the World Wide Web has evolved it has revolutionized how we communicate, interact and acquire knowledge. This is particularly the case with the move towards what is known as web 2.0. Web 2.0 links people, it's a place where people contribute, share, collaborate and learn.
If you're not sure what web 2.0 is all about, you'll get the idea by watching this outstanding video by Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University.
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Becoming an active participant couldn't be easier, simply fill out the Forensic Science 2.0 form below and you'll be a published guest author on the All About Forensic Science Website in no time.
What Can I write About?
Absolutely anything as long as it's related to the wonderful world of forensic science. Here are a few ideas to get you thinking.
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Make The Connection
There's is no better way of learning more about a topic than engaging with people who share your enthusiasm; and the beauty of Forensic Science 2.0 is that it makes it very easy to do just that. Not only will visitors to the All About Forensic Science Website be able to read your submission, but they will also be able to comment upon it should they wish to do so, and when they do, we'll will be on hand to make sure that any feedback received is as it should be i.e. friendly, constructive and insightful.
Benefits of Contributing
Students, think about your resume (CV if you're from the UK), being able to mention that you are a guest author on the All About Forensic Science Website could be worth its weight in gold. Not only does it tell college admissions personnel and potential employers that you are embracing modern technology, but it also tells them something about you as a person. Doing something for its own sake before you are passionate about it says a great deal about your core values.
College places, scholarships and bursaries are becoming more and more competitive to secure and more often that not there is very little to choose between candidates. During my time as a lecturer in the UK there were always more student applications than places available on the degree course. Invariably, therefore, the difference between the successful and the unsuccessful candidates was that successful candidates could offer something that made them stand out from the crowd and I'm certain the same logic applies for job applicants.
Forensic Science 2.0 is also a great opportunity for anybody looking to promote anything connected with forensic science (textbook, degree program, academic research, blog, website etc).
What Will My Page Look Like?
When we receive a submission we will cast a quick eye over it to make sure it's forensic science related and do the odd edit if required e.g. turning a website URL into a live link. We'll then publish your page for the world to see.
Once your page has been published, it will appear as a link at the bottom of this page, just under the Forensic Science 2.0 submission form where it says "Read More Forensic Science 2.0 Submissions." To see your page in all its glory just click on the link. To get the ball rolling I used the Forensic Science 2.0 form to make a submission entitled "Attending Forensic Science Conferences"
Click Here to see this submission and get an idea what your page will look like.
Don't Be Shy
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Remember the whole point of Forensic Science 2.0 is to make this fascinating topic open to anybody. It doesn't matter how old you are or how educated you are, the only requirement is that you have an interest in forensic science.
So what are you waiting for? Share your passion, and stand out from the crowd with Forensic Science 2.0.
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