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Course details

This comprehensive introduction to working with hands-on activities will include thinking about how people learn, the value of a hands-on approach and consideration of the practical issues you may face.  This course will be delivered in conjunction with the Botanic Gardens - See more at: http://www.oxfordsparks.net/training-0#sthash.l61kZCrF.dpuf
This comprehensive introduction to working with hands-on activities will include thinking about how people learn, the value of a hands-on approach and consideration of the practical issues you may face.  This course will be delivered in conjunction with the Botanic Gardens - See more at: http://www.oxfordsparks.net/training-0#sthash.l61kZCrF.dpuf

This comprehensive introduction to working with hands-on activities will include thinking about how people learn, the value of a hands-on approach and consideratuon of the practical issues you may face. This course is offered by Oxford Sparks and will be delivered by a team from the Botanic Gardens, Arboretum, Museum of Natural History and Museum of the History of Science.

Date/Time

This course is due to run on Thursday, 10 July 2014, 1-4pm.

Further information


To register for this course please go to the module page in the Researcher Training Tool (requires Oxford Single Sign-On).

This course is available to all graduate students and research staff.

Further information on training opportunities in public engagement and science communication, at Oxford and further afield, can be found on the Oxford Sparks website.