Catherine McCarthy Catherine McCarthy

NISE Network online workshop: Streaming the Eclipse: How to Utilize Online Live Streams at Your Eclipse Event

Posted on June 2, 2017 - 2:29 PM CDT

Date:
6/20/2017 (Tue)- 1:00 PM to 6/19/2017 - 11:00 PM CDT

Tags: Informal | SMD E/PO Community | Training / Workshop | Professional Development | Cross-Forum / Collaborative Project | Informal Working Group | Heliophysics

Event information

Streaming the Eclipse: How to Utilize Online Live Streams at Your Eclipse Event

Tuesday, June 20, 2017
2pm - 3pm EDT / 11am - 12pm PDT

• Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qouL3G

• Sign up to join this online workshop: http://bit.ly/2rHGv5a

 

With the August 21st total solar eclipse just around the corner, a high-quality online stream of this rare event can add content and context for your visitors. Robyn Higdon from the Exploratorium, with help from Frank Kusiak at the Lawrence Hall of Science, will provide tips for giving your visitors a solid viewing experience. Whether you're on the eclipse's path or far away, or if the weather does or doesn't cooperate, this online workshop will give you a head start when preparing to show the solar eclipse live.

 

The National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Network) is hosting several online professional development workshops about the August 21st solar eclipse.

The NISE Network runs a series of free online workshops to increase the number of professional development opportunities available to our partners, and create more channels for partners to share their work and learn from each other directly. NISE Network workshops are recorded and will be available afterwards online.

Solar Eclipse Resources: http://bit.ly/2qEB0og

 

About the Project

Learn more about the project: http://www.nisenet.org/space

 

Acknowledgements

This material is based upon work supported by NASA under grant or cooperative agreement award number NNX16AC67A.  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).