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2021 NAME/CaNOE Virtual Conference

  • 17 Aug 2021
  • 9:00 AM
  • 20 Aug 2021
  • 5:00 PM
  • Online - Whova Virtual Event Platform


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Includes all virtual conference sessions from August 17-20, 2021. Available to current NAME members. Registration does not include NAME membership renewal, so please add your membership renewal during registration, if desired. Registration includes the opportunity to add a one-year membership to CaNOE.
  • Includes all virtual conference sessions from August 17-20, 2021. Available to anyone. Includes a one-year membership to NAME, as well as the opportunity to add a one-year membership to CaNOE.

The Northwest Aquatic and Marine Educators and the Canadian Network for Ocean Education invite educators, researchers, students, and resource professionals from the Pacific Northwest and across Canada to meet, learn, share, and socialize at the 2021 NAME/CaNOE virtual summer conference, which will be held online August 17-20, 2021.

Virtual conference sessions, networking opportunities, and social activities will be spread across four consecutive weekdays from Tuesday, August 17, through Friday, August 20. We will make every effort to accommodate those in different time zones across the US and Canada and hope that all attendees will find plenty of ways to participate!

Educators, researchers, students, and resource professionals who attend the 2021 NAME/CaNOE conference will:

  • Learn and plan for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021 – 2030)
  • Discover resources and information from communities and organizations that value healthy marine and aquatic ecosystems and discuss how they can be incorporated into ocean and aquatic education, such as:
  • Enjoy opportunities for networking, discussion, and learning new content and strategies
  • Share activities, lessons, and resources that embrace diverse ways of knowing and learning ocean literacy concepts in the classroom and community
  • Explore and discuss current issues in marine and aquatic science and the role of place, language and culture in informing solutions:
    • Identify and understand issues related to local marine and aquatic species
    • Learn about current research and policy initiatives
    • Address challenges and opportunities arising from BC’s new concept-based and competency-driven curriculum
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