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Free

Event date and time

Thursday 18 Aug 2022
1.00pm to 2.00pm AEST

Location

Online virtual event
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Atlas of Living Australia | ala.org.au | How-to-session: Beginner's guide to using the ALA | Thu 18 August 1pm AEST | Free | National Science Week 2022

Atlas of Living Australia | ala.org.au

For National Science Week, we’re celebrating all things STEM! As Australia’s national biodiversity database, the Atlas of Living Australia aggregates biodiversity data and stores them in a way that is open and accessible. But what does this actually mean, and what can you use the ALA for? Find out in this interactive workshop!

Follow along with Jenna, our ALA Training and Outreach Coordinator, as she shares tips and tricks for getting the most out of the ALA. We’ll cover how to look up information about your favourite species, how to find out which species have been recorded in your local area, plus much more! Beginner friendly.

Pricing

  • Free

Dates and Times

Event date: Aug 2022

Thursday 18 Aug 2022

Online virtual event

1.00pm to 2.00pm AEST

Login details will be emailed to registrants

Contact

Kylie Morrow

More information

Event host:

Dr Jenna Wraith

Dr Jenna Wraith | Atlas of Living Australia

Jenna is a conservation scientist with a PhD in Plant Ecology. She is currently the Training and Outreach Coordinator for the ALA and uses her skills in science communication to develop and deliver exciting training materials and workshops. Jenna is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion in STEMM fields.