We provide live video events with the educators and scientists of mission-specific platform (MSP) expeditions operated by ECORD to connect your audience live to IODP science.
What do you need?
To participate successfully in one of our events, you need:
- a computer with “Zoom” a free, quick downloadable programme >> sign up on zoom.us
- a good internet connection
- a video projector
- a good webcam, with microphone (or separated microphone)
- speakers, if your room/group is large
How to participate?
If you are interested to participate in a live video event, sign up by filling the online form. Sign up is on the first come first served basis.
>> Sign up to a live 30-45-minute “ship”-to-shore event during the Onshore Science Party of the Chicxulub Impact Crater Expedition in Bremen, Germany from September 23 until October 4, 2016.
During the Onshore Science Party the cores collected offshore are split and opened. Scientists will have their first opportunity to study, and sample the cores in detail.
You will follow and ask questions to a scientific team working hard to learn more about what happened when a giant asteroid slammed into Earth approximately 65 million years ago.
Get prepared to the live video
Once your date is confirmed here are a few things we recommend to do:
- read the blog of the expedition,
- follow the expedition on Facebook and twitter,
- have your audience brainstorm questions to submit to scientists and educators during the live video.
To see what IODP live video event are like, you can watch a webcast trailer from ship-to-shore events onboard the JOIDES Resolution at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5M-GM_4jmNY