Tag Archives: Education

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First ‘Splendour Awaits’ Survey

You can influence the future of this blog by filling out a short survey. Thank you!

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Thinking Out Loud: The Year Ahead

1 January, 2014 Formal public New Year’s resolutions are an all too rigid way of committing yourself to change, and very likely to fail. Throughout the year I am constantly planning ahead; remixing, responding and […]

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Thanks

I am privileged to have the opportunity to follow my interests in what most would call a ‘full-time’ capacity. While many have the drive and the focus to follow their passion from the earliest age and then turn […]

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Small-group Macro Workshop Calendar for Winter 2013

The Edmonton Small-group Macro Workshop Calendar for Winter 2013 is now online! Additional details and requirements for each course will be posted soon, but don’t delay registering for the course you want.

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It began with beetles…

An excellent documentary on Darwin by Tim Cockerill and Sander Loite, “…produced in the summer of 2013 as part of the MSc in Science Media Production at Imperial College, London.” Features views of part of Darwin’s […]

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Macro Tools Workshop

It’s finally here. I have pulled together the first of a full range of macro photography workshops. The survey indicated that learning about macro equipment was most important for the majority of respondents, so it […]

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Spring Dreaming

Still battling inertia in 2013… Like others I am going through a bout of the doldrums now. While I always look forward to winter to catch up with the many tasks I ignore in the warmer months, […]

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Entomologists at Work – Northern Biodiversity Program

The Entomological Society of America had 28 video submissions for the 2012 YouTube Your Entomology contest. One of the participants was Sarah Loboda of the Northern Biodiversity Program. Turn down your speaker volume, then hit play… From YouTube: […]

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