What would you like to learn in 2015?

CosmoAcademy logoAs I’ve mentioned on several occasions, I’m director of CosmoAcademy: the branch of the CosmoQuest public outreach/citizen science organization that runs online classes. We’ve had a good year, offering a variety of classes on many topics. Now we’re looking ahead to 2015 and the sorts of things we want to offer in the new year.

And you can help us! Whether you’ve taken a class from us before, would like to take a class but for whatever reason couldn’t make it work, or might be interested but none of our previous offerings were up your alley, now’s your chance to let us know.

Please take our short survey, and thank you for helping us!


2 Responses to “What would you like to learn in 2015?”

  1. 1 Jim Hammond December 16, 2014 at 19:47

    Hey, Matt! Sorry we didn’t get on the same Northern Lights tours this year. This is the first I’ve heard about this blog. I’ll be checking it regularly and share it so others of us in the Bend area, particularly our Sisters Astronomy Club can see it. I’ll check out the courses, too. I am always interested in learning more about the latest work in astronomy, particularly in the area of cosmology. Understanding the latest results on the CMB is high on that list of interests.

    • 2 Jim Hammond December 16, 2014 at 19:53

      Sorry, Matt. I got you mixed up with another Astronomer by the same name that I met on an astronomy tour a couple of years ago.

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