Ship to Shore Live Streaming
Our Ship to Shore Live Streaming provides live video broadcasts via zoom.us with the educators and scientists on board the ship during every expedition. The program aims at exploring the nature and process of science, raising awareness of IODP and inspiring STEM learning. Since 2014, live ship-to-shore streaming from the JOIDES Resolution (the JR, the U.S.-operated scientific ocean drilling ship) has inspired thousands of students, teachers, and museum visitors in China.
Come and join us in a ship to shore live video.
Request a Live Broadcast
IODP-China welcomes applications to the Ship to Shore Live Streaming program from formal and informal educators at all levels, science communicators, as well as museums and institutes. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. If selected, the individual(s) will spend about 30-45 minute on the interaction with an IODP shipboard party via live ship-to-shore video events. To ensure successful participation, please make sure you have:
• the latest version of Zoom Client
• a stable internet connection
• a video projector
• a good webcam with microphone (or separated microphone) - or this may be integrated into your laptop, speakers, if your room/group is large
• Audience full of curiosity and desire
Any schools, organizations and social institutions interested in Ship to Shore Live Streaming should contact the IODP-China Office (email@example.com, +86-21-6598 5022).
What will You Acquire
Ship to Shore Program Topics
• How Scientific Drilling Works
• the Research Vessel Tour
• Life Onboard the Vessel
• The Drilling & Coring Process
• Global Climate Change
• Plate Tectonics
• Natural Hazards
• Deep Life
Applications are reviewed by the Education and Outreach Team from the IODP-China Office. If selected to participate in the Ship to Shore Program, you would receive a confirmation letter from the IODP-China Office. Anyone interested in applying for participating in the program, please contact us at least one week before the start of the Video Broadcasts.