Online Workshop: Finding and Collaborating with Astronomy Experts and Volunteers (Recorded)

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Amateur astronomers, research scientists, and other experts, are often enthusiastic volunteers and eager to share their excitement for astronomy with the public. In this workshop, presenters shared info on how to find local experts and effectively collaborate with them to strengthen your astronomy and space science programs. Presenters: Vivian White from NASA's Night Sky Network, and Kay Ferrarri from NASA's Solar System Ambassadors program. This online workshop was recorded 1-27-2017.


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Science Museum of Minnesota


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