Learn about incorporating citizen science into your eclipse programming with STAR Net’s SEAL Virtual Trainings

Citizen science is a great way to have STEM/STEAM programming at your library that helps contribute real data to ongoing science research and makes a great addition to your library’s solar science and eclipse programming leading to the 2023 and 2024 eclipses. As part of the Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries virtual training series, STAR Net is hosting four trainings walking you through how to host citizen science eclipse programming at your library including how to find eclipse and solar science citizen science projects, seeking out community partners and speakers, solar science activities available on the STAR Net STEM Activity Clearinghouse, and more!

Register for one of the virtual trainings at the link below:

April 12 2023 1pm ET/12pm CT/11am MT/10 am PT (Introduction to Citizen Science and the Eclipse with SciStarter)

April 25 2023 4pm ET/3pm CT/2pm MT/1pm PT (Eclipse Programming and Citizen Science with SciStarter)

May 4 2023 1pm ET/12pm CT/11am MT/10am PT (Globe Observer Eclipse Citizen Science project)

May 16 2023 4 pm ET/3pm CT/2pm MT/1 pm PT (Eclipse Soundscapes Citizen Science project)

A video containing information from all four virtual trainings will be posted to the STAR Net YouTube page after the last training.

Learn more about the SEAL project here on STAR Net‘s SEAL webpage.

Register your library to receive free solar viewing glasses here. 

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