To make the most of our synchronous workshop sessions, we are asking you to do a few tasks in advance:
- Read or review the 2050 Framework for Scientific Ocean Drilling or, if you have limited time, the Summary of the 2050 Framework for Scientific Ocean Drilling
- Explore the International Ocean Discovery Program and USSSP websites (for programmatic information) and the JOIDES Resolution website (for public outreach)
- Review (at least scan over) our Education and Outreach White Paper to familiarize yourself with strategies and programs we already do
- Watch these short videos about
- Goals for the 2021 IMPACT workshops (3 minutes)
- What is Scientific Ocean Drilling? (5 minutes)
- If you have time, explore the videos on our "greatest hits" multimedia page.
- Spend some time thinking about the workshop questions, so that you will be ready to engage in conversations about them:
- What tools of engagement work best (e.g., videos, social media, curricula, books, events, etc.) in your community/organization?
- What questions do you (your community) have about deep ocean exploration and how the Earth works?
- How do the people in your community connect science and cultural world views?
- How can we foster partnerships and collaborations between your community and scientific ocean drilling?
- Introduce yourself via our workshop discussion board
- NOTE: The discussion board is also in our private, password-protected workspace. To access the upload form, you will need a SERC account. If you have a SERC account but cannot access the photo upload form via the link above, please contact Carol Ormand (cormand AT carleton DOT edu).
- If you do not yet have a SERC account, create your account by filling out the form on the right side of this account page. Your access to private workshop webspaces is tied to the email address associated with your SERC account, so please use the same email you used on the workshop application form. Contact Carol Ormand (cormand AT carleton DOT edu) if you need assistance.
- Upload a photo or other image, with a short description, inspired by one or more of the questions above. We will share these images with the workshop community via a page in our private workspace.
- NOTE: The upload form is also in our workspace. Contact Carol Ormand (cormand AT carleton DOT edu) if you are unable to access it.