Take your students on an electronic adventure and learn about bats and beyond!
Meet University of Florida wildlife and natural resource scientists to learn more about the exciting science, history, and future of bats.
Participating scientists include:
- Dr. David Reed, Associate Director for Research and Collections and Curator
- Dr. Verity Mathis, Mammal Collections Manager at the Florida Museum
- Lauren Hammer, PhD Student, Department of Biology, Florida Museum
What: a LIVE electronic field trip from the bat houses at the University of Florida produced by graduate students in a course focused on instructional and communication technology in the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication
When: Thursday, November 15 at 2pm and 4pm Eastern Time.
Who: Middle and high school aged students in schools and after school programs
Coming soon!: Teacher’s Guide for program implementation
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need any kind of special equipment?
A: No special equipment is needed to view this event online. All you need is an internet connected computer (and a way to share with students – projector and speakers)
Q: Do I need to register all my students or just my classroom?
A: You only need register once for a location or classroom. All your students are covered by one registration.
Q: My classroom can’t make this time, will there be an archive?
A: Yes, classrooms and teachers registered for the event will be notified when the archive is available soon after the live event.
This electronic field trip is in partnership with the Florida Museum.