During field data collection activities, participants will gain experience in how to collect near-surface geophysics datasets. On the second field day, participants will switch to instructor mode and learn how to teach effective data acquisition. In the classroom, participants will use the IGUaNA and GETSI teaching materials under the guidance of module authors. Guided discussions will emphasize how to use Introducing Geophysics for Urban and Near-surface Applications (IGUaNA) and Geodesy Tools for Societal Issues (GETSI) materials in your courses, and how to overcome possible roadblocks and limitations. You’ll come away with an implementation plan on how to incorporate these concepts into your courses.
Applications are due Monday, May 1st. For additional information, visit the workshop page on the SERC website.