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May 23

Big Bang – How to make a Universe

FREE video conference for Year 10 students at 11am on Wednesday 8 June. Bookings are essential!

Mar 01

Cosmic Engine, Year 11 Physics

Book NOW! ‘Cosmic Engine’ video conference for Year 11 Physics, Tue 15 March 2pm 

Feb 03

CAASTRO in the Classroom sessions for 2016

CAASTRO in the Classroom has an exciting year ahead with some intriguing new video conferencing sessions offered to schools all over Australia. Bookings are now open for all school terms for these engaging sessions presented by research scientists, with newly-developed pre- and post-visit resources provided for each topic. Topics for 2016 are ‘Awesome Astronomy‘ for …

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Aug 06

Royal Botanic Gardens Term 3 Video Conferences

Interactive Learning – Term 3 Program We are excited to offer these upcoming video conferences live from The Australian PlantBank – our award winning science and conservation facility at The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan. Our passionate educators are keen to share their broad knowledge of plants, sustainability, conservation and habitats with your students. Seed …

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Jul 25

ACMI DreamWorks Animation Videoconference Series

  Bring DreamWorks Animation and ACMI Education into your classroom! This four session videoconference series explores the creative process of animation. Each interactive session allows teachers and students to step behind the scenes of the exhibition and DreamWorks Animation films. Students will hear from DreamWorks Animation creatives live from the US as well as Australian …

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Feb 07

Videoconferencing at the Powerhouse Museum

2014 is set up to be an exciting year for videoconferencing at the Powerhouse Museum! We are launching a whole new suite of regular programs starting Friday February 14th. Book your Powerhouse Museum virtual excursion on the DART Connections website.   Here’s a snapshot of what the Powerhouse Museum has to offer:   For Good Measure: …

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