2017 SOS Workshop: Deeper Dives
Sign up for a pre-workshop "Deeper Dive" into specialized topics associated with the 2017 SOS Workshop. These mini-workshops will be held on the afternoon of Monday, April 24 at the Detroit Zoo and are designed to provide a more in-depth (and in some cases “hands-on”) exploration and require additional registration.
Spaces are limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Because these are offered outside the normal SOS Workshop agenda, participants will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the Zoo.
Note: to participate in a Deeper Dive, you must also register for the full workshopoffsite link.
Deeper Dive Topics:
Click here to registeroffsite link
Session Leaders: Aquarium of the Pacific, Buttonwood Zoo
Sign up for a “deeper dive” into interpretive techniques for Science On a Sphere in this specially offered professional development mini-workshop for docents and educators.
...and learn ways you and your team can create discourse with audiences on the topics of climate and ocean change with productive, creative, and solutions-focused presentations. This half-day workshop will:
Provide access and introduction to four strategically framed visual narratives created for informal science education institutions, ready-made for Science on a Sphere® (as well as Magic Planet®, HyperGlobe®, flat screen, or handheld tablet).
Introduce participants to elements of strategic framing – a research-based approach to communications that helps to engage audiences in thinking productively about how they can participate in creating or supporting solutions to important issues of our time.
Explain how strategic framing elements, when put together, tell a story about climate change that can help communicators to engage audiences in positive ways, by overcoming traditional barriers and cuing people to think productively about solutions.
Demonstration of a toolkit to take back to your institution - including background information about the theoretical basis for each narrative, relevant climate and ocean science information, adaptive scripts, and videos that illustrate each visual narrative being used by an educator.
|1:15||Welcome & Visualizing Change overview|
|1:45||Watch Climate-Ocean Connection live presentation|
|2:15||Overview of strategic framing|
|3:00||Putting it into practice: Extreme Weather|
|3:45||Customizing, training & the toolkit|
|4:30||Wrap-up & evaluations|
Click here to registeroffsite link Session Leaders: NOAA Earth Systems Research Lab (Boulder SOS Team)
Provide an in depth overview of the Visual Playlist Editor (VPLE)
Go through examples of adding and modifying datasets and playlists with the VPLE
Walk users through hands-on demonstrations with the VPLE
Provide time for attendees to put together their own datasets.
Answer questions and direct the conversation based on the interests of the group
Attendees are encouraged to work with the SOS Team ahead of time to provide the materials needed for new datasets that they want to create (background images, animations, layers, labels, pips).
Other topics of discussion will be open based on the interests of the group. In the registration form, please note if you have datasets you want to work on during the session or if there are other topics or questions that you would like covered. Based on the feedback collected, we will create an agenda. If we find there isn’t enough interest or material to cover, this half-day pre-workshop may be turned into a concurrent session during the workshop.