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Thursday, September 22 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Put it in Your Pocket: Easy, Effective Broader Impact Ideas

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This networking session will focus on sharing sites’ easy and effective community engagement activities. The intended audience includes education and outreach coordinators, graduate students and PIs looking to try something new at their sites. Presenters will bring a detailed example of a successful activity that they use at their site. These broadly applicable ideas are shared with attendees via a Speed Dating style event where attendees rotate among presenters, getting an overview of the activity and a one-pager to take home. Examples of featured activities: Chronolog; Tempestry; The Virtual Field; extension activities for LTER children’s books; CODAP; videos and remote learning resources; and Data Nuggets. We will work with the LTER Network office to create a website resource featuring example activities. We hope that this workshop will lead to new cross-site collaboration and equip participants with new ideas for their site’s “broader impacts” work.

Lead Organizer

Alexandra Rose

I'm the education and outreach coordinator for both McMurdo Dry Valleys and Niwot Ridge LTER projects. I am also a bird biologist. I love informal science education and teaching people of all ages about ecology and evolutionary biology.

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Annette Brickley

Science Education Consultant, STEMming the Gaps / NES-LTER
I'm a science education consultant working for myself as STEMming the Gaps Consulting. I have taught in both formal and informal education settings, from chemistry to oceanography to space science to climate change. Current projects include:  Education & Outreach Coordinator for... Read More →

Thursday September 22, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
04. Fred Farr Forum