Open Science Webinar: Making Arctic Science Open Science
September 26, 2023 | 11:00am-12:00pm AKT / 1:00-2:00pm MT / 3:00-4:00pm ET
How can we make Arctic social and environmental science open science? Join us for this one-hour virtual event to discuss approaches to open science in the context of collaborative and convergent research in the Arctic, while upholding Indigenous data sovereignty.
Science Storytelling Series - Community Storytelling with Data from your Project and Scenarios of Change
October 19, 2023 | 11:00am-12:00pm AKT / 1:00-2:00pm MT / 3:00-4:00pm ET
Join the NNA-CO education & outreach team for another session on science storytelling with communities. In this session, we will practice a technique that translates data from Arctic region projects and climate projection scenarios into stories of possible futures and actions youth and adults can take to create their best possible future. The workshop will provide lesson plans and hands-on practice with the technique.
Indigenous Evaluation Training
November 2023 (Exact dates/times TBD)
The Urban Indian Health Institute will provide training on Indigenous evaluation that is grounded in a culturally rigorous way by reclaiming data for the well-being of the community, staying grounded in cultural knowledge systems, and utilizing western science when needed.
Specific dates and sign-up opportunities coming soon.
Science Storytelling Series - Filmmaking Workshop
November 2023 (Exact date/time TBD)
Join producer, script writer, videographer and editor Ryan Vachon (Provare Media) for a 90-minute filmmaking workshop. Ryan will work with attendees to identify a project mission statement, discuss camera and audio gear, approaches to filming, and provide an overview of basics in editing.
Registration coming soon.
AGU Session on “Arctic Education & Outreach - Effective Ways of Engaging Diverse Learners in Arctic Science (ED004)
December 11-15, 2023 (Exact date/time TBD)
The changing polar environments have created important scientific and societal concerns in high and lower latitudes. In this session we will share effective approaches, frameworks and examples of how to promote a broad understanding and awareness of the changing Arctic and the related societal implications. The session will highlight effective strategies to inspire learners in both formal and informal learning contexts as well as communities. We also invite papers on effective ways of community engagement, co-design of educational and outreach activities, and fostering intergenerational or cross-cultural learning through Arctic Indigenous knowledge, science and observation.
Science Storytelling Series - Creating Virtual Tours with Infiniscope
January 25, 2024 | 10:00-11:00am AKT / 12:00-1:00pm MT / 2:00-3:00pm ET
The NNA-CO is hosting a series of virtual workshops on science storytelling, culminating in a presentation of stories at the NNA Annual Community Meeting in March 2024. This meeting with focus on creating virtual tours. Infiniscope will cover tips and lessons learned as well as demonstrate examples of virtual tours from a community-based project in Hawaii and Polar Explorer.
Science Storytelling Series - Crafting StoryMaps
February 2024 (Exact date/time TBD)
In this workshop we’ll introduce you to ArcGIS StoryMaps which allows you to share your maps in the context of narrative text and other multimedia content.
Registration coming soon.
2024 NNA Annual Community Meeting
March 5-7, 2024 | Washington, DC
The 2024 NNA Community Meeting will take place during March 5-7, 2024 in Washington, DC, jointly hosted by the NNA-CO and George Washington University (GWU) and held at the University Student Center on GWU’s Foggy Bottom campus.
This meeting will provide an opportunity for NNA researchers, NNA project partners, Arctic Indigenous community members, Indigenous organizations, policymakers, and federal agency partners to come together to consider the state of research and research relations within and beyond the NNA Initiative.
Please visit this page for more information.