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Exploring Auroras: the Science, the Art, and Participatory Science

Delve into the beautiful phenomenon of the Northern and Southern Lights! NASA@ My Library/STAR Net is joined by Dr. Elizabeth MacDonald and Laura Edson of Aurorasaurus: a participatory science project that uses web reports to map auroras. Learn more about aurora science, get an introduction to the Aurorasaurus project, create your own aurora chalk art, and discuss ways to bring this topic to your library’s programs. Aurorasaurus is a research project that is within the New Mexico Consortium, supported by the National Science Foundation and NASA. Register Here

Reviving Nature’s Narrative: Leveraging Libraries for Rewilding Initiatives

Join SciStarter, STAR Net, and the filmmakers of WILD HOPE to learn about the role libraries can play in restoring and protecting biodiversity. WILD HOPE is a free, digital film series that tells the stories of inspiring individuals who found their path to action and are having a real impact on our planet. This webinar will feature resources that can support libraries to become partners in these local rewilding efforts at all scales. We’ll also share how you can screen WILD HOPE at your library. Join us this Earth Day to get inspired and plan for action! Watch Recorded Webinar [...]

Community Driven Science Adventure(s) at Your Library this Summer!

Join SciStarter, STAR Net and the National Girls Collaborative Project to gain ideas and resources for connecting public engagement in scientific research with this year’s Collaborative Summer Library Program theme: Adventure Begins at Your Library™. From counting pollinators and taking photos of biodiversity to observing clouds and measuring light pollution, citizen and community science is a way for everyone to join in the adventures of science. Watch Recorded Webinar View Presentation Slides Download Link Bank  

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