The final Program and schedule can now be found at the Program page
This is the final version of the Program.
Workshops will be held on Friday morning.
Ignite session will be on Saturday evening.
All the rest will be on Saturday (all day) and Sunday (half day).
The exact schedule/timetable will be posted soon.
Ignite talks – 5 minutes long, slides are forwarded automatically every 15 seconds. No Q&A;. Probably Saturday night.
“My “Little Black Book” of Scientists I Love” – Joanne Manaster
“Crowdsourced Chemistry – Why Online Chemistry Data Needs Your Help” – Antony Williams
“Blogging on the tenure track” – Janet Stemwedel
“Being mentored – not only for grad students” – Pawel Szczesny
“Dive Into Your Imagination” – Annie Crawley
“SARS, Drugs, and Biosensors” – Aaron Rowe
“The Story of NanoBioTechnology” – Mary Spiro
“Data mining the literature with Zotero” – Trevor Owens
“Games in Open Science Education” – Antony Williams and Jean-Claude Bradley
Demos – 12 minutes of show-and-tell (usually using the Web, SecondLife or showing a video, not slides) + 3 minutes for Q&A; Saturday and Sunday.
Description: FieldTripEarth (FTE) is the conservation education website operated by the North Carolina Zoological Society. FTE works closely with field-based wildlife researchers and provides their “raw materials”—field journals, photos, datasets, GIS maps, and so on—to K-12 teachers and students. The website is in use by classrooms in all 50 US states and 140 countries world-wide, and was recently designated as a “Landmark Website” by the American Association of School Librarians.
Description: Data-driven parenting – Trixie Tracker is a data tracking web and phone app that allows parents to tease out patterns in their children’s sleep activity.
- <b>Darwin and the Adventure