- When: July 28, 2021, 6:30–8 p.m.
- Where: In person at Stroud Water Research Center’s Education Pavilion (outdoor space). For GPS directions, use 972 Spencer Rd. Avondale, PA, 19311.
- Audience: Volunteer biomonitors, macroinvertebrate trainers, entomologists, educators, anglers, water quality professionals, and anyone interested in freshwater macroinvertebrates! Best for ages 11+.
- Cost: Free. Registration is required and limited to 24 participants.
Mask wearing will be required.
The Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University with Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Stroud™ Water Research Center, and Clemson University have officially launched www.macroinvertebrates.org, the online Atlas of Common Freshwater Macroinvertebrates of Eastern North America. The expanded collection features nine orders of aquatic insects plus other benthic macroinvertebrates commonly used in water quality biomonitoring and environmental education, with 150 taxa total.
In this mini-walkthrough session, you’ll dive right into the site’s many engaging tools including a new free app, ID quizzes, learning and teaching tools, giga-pan images, videos and more to bring you into the magical world of freshwater macroinvertebrates!
What more could you ask for? Jump on in and join us in July 2021! Questions? Please email Tara Muenz (co-instructor of workshop).
Presented in partnership with:
- Carnegie Mellon University’s Learning Media Design Center and the Human Computer Interaction Institute
- Stroud Water Research Center Education Department
Funded by: National Science Foundation