LIVE FROM THE DUKE MARINE LAB: MARINE MEGAFAUNA AND SCIENCE EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY WITH DR. DAVE JOHNSTON
Wed., Feb. 25, 2015
12:15 – 1:15 PM EST
WebEx Virtual Conferencing
Join us this February for a webinar with the Duke Marine Lab's Dr. Dave Johnston, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Marine Conservation & Ecology. Dr. Johnston’s research focuses on the ecology and habitat needs of marine vertebrates in relation to pressing conservation issues such as climate change, habitat loss, ocean noise, incidental mortality and overharvests.
Dr. Johnston will share share some of his work with (and photos of!) marine megafauna that has taken him everywhere from tropical zones to Earth’s polar regions. Deeply involved with cutting-edge science communication technology, Dr. Johnston has also integrated digital textbooks, apps, and MOOCs into his teaching, and will discuss lessons learned from using the latest virtual tools to enrich science education.
Couldn’t attend Dave’s presentation? Watch the archived webinar online anytime at the link below. There's a bit of 'feedback' for the first two minutes or so, but once Dave starts speaking the audio is crystal clear.
Over the past month, Dr. Johnston has been captivating us with photo tweets from his research in Antarctica — check out his January twitter feed for pictures of some of his adventures!
Back to Class is free and open to all Nicholas School and Duke Marine Laboratory alums. Using WebEx web conferencing, you'll be able to tune in and participate in Dave's webinar from wherever you're located, and there will be an opportunity for questions at the end of the presentation.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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