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Citizen Science through seismology: School Seismograph Network WEBEX


On Tuesday, the 5th of May 2020, Greek teachers were invited to an inspirational presentation of the School Seismograph Network.
During the event Dr. Gerasimos Chouliaras, who is responsible for the technical features regarding the network, presented in detail the basics of seismology and the value of society's interaction with that field of science. Later, two teachers who host seismographs in the premises of their schools presented good practices of involving the use of seismograph and the seismic data in their daily routines through educational activities.  

Last, Eugenia Kypriotis completed the webinar by presenting Open Science Journal and suggested to participants to consider their involvement as it could work as the final step of students' scientific research: that of publishing the work.

 Almost 50 enthusiastic teachers were exposed to the beauty of citizen science through seismology in a dynamic webinar that lasted nearly 2 hours with participants' interest, attention and curiosity staying intact during the whole time.

Below you have the recording of the webinar in Greek



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27 Jul 2021

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