Are you interested in using your Explore Science: Earth and Space toolkit in an outdoors setting? Have you considered engaging public audiences in unusual places, like at the beach or on a guided canoe trip? This online workshop featured NISE Net partners who have incorporated their toolkits into both daytime and nighttime outdoor programming. Presenters shared some best practices, strategies, and logistical tips for outdoor programming, including resources for establishing local partnerships that should help you develop your own outdoor programming using the Explore Science: Earth and Space toolkits. Online workshop recorded 12-10-2019.
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Museum of Life and Science
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