Europlanet webinar: Multisensory Astronomy
July 25, 2019

Europlanet webinar: Multisensory Astronomy

30th July, 13:00 BST / 14: 00 CEST

Join us in another fascinating webinar where the Europlanet 2019 Prize winner, Dr Amelia Ortiz-Gil of the University of Valencia, will show us how to reach for the Moon – literally!

In recent years, projects like “A Touch of the Universe” have used the sense of touch to teach everyone, including blind people, about the planets and the Universe. However, there are other senses that can also be used to enjoy and, at the same time, learn about astronomy. This can be especially useful for people with special needs.

There are two ways to watch:

  • Full Access using the Zoom app (desktop or mobile) – this gives the best quality, allows you to ask questions to the speaker and fully participate in the webinar. Click the button below to register to access the webinar and have the Zoom app installed. We won’t share your data with anyone and will only use it in regards to this webinar.

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  • Live Streaming on YouTube – you can watch the live stream of the webinar through Europlanet’s YouTube channel without registration when the webinar is live. This is a straight feed and you aren’t able to communicate with the speaker or participate further in the webinar in any way.

Speaker: Dr. Amelia Ortiz GilAstronomer, Outreach and Education @Astronomical Observatory, University of Valencia, Spain.

Dr Amelia Ortiz-Gil is an astronomer at the University of Valencia’s Astronomical Observatory, working in outreach and education. She is National Outreach Coordinator (NOC) for the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in Spain since 2018. She is the 2019 Europlanet Prize Winner for her work developing accessible outreach and educational materials.

Dr Amelia Ortiz-Gil is an astronomer at the University of Valencia’s Astronomical Observatory, working in outreach and education. She is National Outreach Coordinator (NOC) for the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in Spain since 2018. She is the 2019 Europlanet Prize Winner for her work developing accessible outreach and educational materials.

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