An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists
A PLoS Biology (2011) publication by Holly Bik and Miriam Goldstein.
Communicating Ecosystem Services: Tools for Scientists to Engage the Public
Jointly produced by the Ecological Society of America and the Union of Concerned Scientists, this series of "tool kits" can be used by the scientific community to communicate the importance of the country's biological resources to the public and policy makers.
Communicating Science/Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
Resources for communicating science to the public, media, Congress, teachers and students.
COMPASS: Navigating the Rules of Scientific Engagement
Community page of PLoS Biology by Brooke Smith, Nancy Baron, Chad English, Heather Galindo, Erica Goldman, Karen McLeod, Meghan Miner, Elizabeth Neeley (2013).
Escape from the Ivory Tower
"A Guide to Making Your Science Matter": Book (2010) by Nancy Baron and published by IslandPress.
Integration and Application Network
Communicating scientific findings to a broad audience using visuals
A tool to help organize your thoughts and identify key talking points.
World Ocean Network
"Motivating the widest possible audience on a worldwide scale to inspire new behaviour that respects the environment and thus promotes an intelligent and sustainable use of the ocean"