Discover the Universe has online training continuing in 2014. Some of these trainings are available this spring.
Hope to see you there - virtually!
Join us for this live webinar from Hawaii! We have the chance to welcome Daniel Devost, originally from Quebec, who is now the director of scientific operations on the Canada-France-Hawaii telescope. This telescope, which has a diameter of 3.6m, is perched at an altitude of 4200m on the summit of Mauna Kea on the Big Island of Hawaii. Mr. Devost will talk about the telescope, its operation and the science that is done by astronomers from Canada and elsewhere. It is a not to be missed opportunity to learn about the reality of astronomical observations from one of the best sites in the world! Wednesday April 2nd 1 at 2:00pm (Eastern)- 11:00am (Pacific). Details >>>
Our popular training workshop for informal educators is back for a fourth year! Do you work in a park, a summer camp or an interpretive nature center and would like to know more about astronomy? Join us to discover astronomy activities to do with your audience while learning about basic concepts in a fun and innovative way. Sign up now! Details >>>
Our teacher workshop will also be back in the fall of 2014.
More details to come!