Class Title:Slip Sliding Away: Ice Sheets and Sea Level Rise
Pre-Requisites:None Location:Online Course Dates:7-23 May 2014 Cost:Free
Class Webinar: This webinar was held on Thursday, 8 May 2014 @ 0000 GMT.
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One page public reflection on webinar posted to discussion forum by 14 May 2014.
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This is a web-based class with one required webinar and various associated discussions. Participation is asynchronous, meaning that you may schedule your own time for participation within the class dates. The webinar will be archived and available to all class participants.
Dr. Alley, Ms. Herrmann and PEI members around the world will be discussing the science and communication behind ice sheets and sea level rise. Participants of all interest and knowledge levels are welcome to participate in the webinar and online discussion to gain valuable tools for sharing polar science with your audience.
The purpose of this online professional development class is to provide you with resources and tools to increase your knowledge and skills as science communicator. This class addresses science and outreach content in context of the Polar Regions, and connects you to the PEI network of researchers and teachers.
Online Class Forum: This class will utilize web-based delivery. All students will receive of notification to join online platform and any user specific access information. Instruction and interaction forums will be established at the class working site.
Webinars: There will be one webinar (web seminar) using the online platform, Go-To-Webinar. Information will be sent to participants regarding this system. This class series includes webinars with expert scientists and experienced educators, online discussion, and evaluation.
Evaluation: As part of the course development, a participant evaluation will measure educators’ pre and post course knowledge of the science topic.
This is a web-based course built for your personal professional growth. To get the most from the class, participants should participate in webinars and discussions. If participation is not possible, archives will be accessible so that participants can watch/listen on their own time.