3D Digitization of Fossils for Educators & Citizen Scientists:A collaborative workshop among iDigBio, the FOSSIL Project, and K12 Science Educators

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Workshop Introduction | Dr. Bruce MacFadden | Florida Museum of Natural History and Dr. Larry Page’s welcome | Principal Investigator iDigBio
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Doug Boyer | Duke University | Creation of Virtual Collections Available to all Through the Use of www.morphosource.org

iDigBio Search Demo | Dr. Gil Nelson | www.idigbio.org

Giant Reptiles: Fossil Snapshots of Biotic Response to Climatic Shifts | Dr. Alex Hastings | Virginia Museum of Natural History

Horse Evolution in Response to Climate Change | Sean Moran and Dr. Bruce MacFadden | Florida Museum of Natural History

3D NextEngine Scanning Demo | Museum Interns Andrea DeRenzis and Justy Alicea | Florida Museum of Natural History

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Andrew Farke | Alf Museum of Paleontology | Digital Fossils in the High School Classroom: Turning Promise into Practice

123D Design for Beginners - The Basics of Designing 3D Models | Dr. Shaunna Smith | Texas State University

Teach Deep Time: stratigraphy and ecosystem change over time with Smithsonian collections | Amy Bolton | Smithsonian Institution

Base-ten Conversions | Biology PhD Student, Natasha Vitek & Chris Baker, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Elementary School.

Keynote Speaker: Sage McGraw - Paleontology Student, Delta High School - Introduction remotely by Jason Tovani, Delta High School Science Teacher and Project Coordinator

3D models and K12 material on whales from Cerro Ballena, Chile | Holly Little | Smithsonian Institution

Human Evolution | Dr. Doug Boyer | Duke University

Using Megalodon as a Model for Teaching Evolution | Dr. Dana Ehret | The University of Alabama

iDigBio Introduction | Dr.Gil Nelson | Florida State University

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jessie Maisano - University of Texas at Austin | High-Resolution X-ray CT in Every Classroom: ImageJ and DigiMorph.org

I downloaded 3D fossils for the classroom, and then what? An intro to open source 3D modeling software | PhD Student Claudia Grant | Florida Museum of Natural History

Megalodon Extinction | Biology PhD student Catalina Pimiento | Florida Museum of Natural History

Bridge between fossil clubs and K12: opportunities for collaboration | Geology PhD Student Victor Perez | Florida Museum of Natural History

STEM Integration through Paleontology and 3D Technology | PhD Student Claudia Grant | Florida Museum of Natural History

Recorded Presentations

Planning Team

  • Dr. Bruce MacFadden - iDigBio PI Education & Outreach
  • Dr. Gil Nelson - iDigBio Digitization Process Specialist
  • Dr. Pasha Antonenko - UF Professor School of Teaching and Learning
  • Claudia Grant - UF PhD Student School of Teaching and Learning
  • Jason Tovani - Delta High School Science Teacher and Project Coordinator
  • Sean Moran - FLMNH STEM Content Specialist