From September 29 through October 1, 2009, the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies will present Climate Change, a Smithsonian Education Online Conference.
Through live presentations and a moderated Q&A forum, Smithsonian scientists, curators, and educators will explore Smithsonian research and collections related to the evidence, impact, and response to climate change. They’ll look at the issues surrounding climate change from the perspectives of science, history, and art and demonstrate resources for use in the classroom.
Registration for the conference is free and open to everyone. The entire online conference will be archived for replay at any time. For the conference program and registration, go to http://SmithsonianEducation.org/Climate.
Support was provided by the Donnelley Foundation and the Smithsonian’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.