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PLANNING RESOURCE: HOW TO PLAN A STAR PARTY VIDEO (PSF)

This video, provided by the City Skies program at The Franklin Institute, provides an overview of things to keep in mind when planning a star party.

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PLANNING TOOL FOR "ROLLING PANEL" OR "CASCADING CONVERSATION" DESIGN

Fit 10 speakers and 8 conversations into one hour with the attached document. Start with a normal panel presentation table with three seats. After the first 15 minutes have one panelist leave the stage so that another can join from the audience. Repeat this procedure every 15 minutes until there ar...

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ARIZONA SCITECH FESTIVAL VIDEO ABOUT STUDENT DAYS AT RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL

Watch this informative video interview by Arizona SciTech Youth Reporter Ri' Ann for a taste of Renaissance Science at Student Days. If you are interested in this video, look for the Just Add Science toolkit.  

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2015 JUST ADD SCIENCE FUNDING PROGRAM INSTRUCTIONS AND APPLICATION

With funding from the Simons Foundation, the Science Festival Alliance is accepting applications by July, 2015, for support of new or substantially expanded Just Add Science activity. Please take a moment to consider the Just Add Science toolkit, and when you are ready download the application mater...

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PROMOTIONAL RESOURCE: SCIENCE NIGHT ON THE WEB (NCSF)

This resource "Science Night on the Web" serves as an example on how science festivals promote their events on the web, in this case in an effort to recruit host sites for Science Night events.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: EVENT LOGISTICS SAMPLE (PSF)

This resource is a sample of Event Logistics form provided to host sites who host a star gazing event at a Science Festival.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: PLANNING AN ASTRONOMY EVENT (PSF)

This resource was created to help Astronomy Night host sites prepare for a star party.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: SAMPLE BEER PROGRAM BUDGET (PSF)

This resource provides a sample budget developed by the Philadelphia Science Festival for a past Beer Chemistry program.

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CONTENT RESOURCE: HOW TO BUILD A CARNIVAL BOOTH VIDEO (PSF)

An informational video that tells the do's and dont's for creating a successful hands-on activity.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: SAMPLE DISCOVERY DAY BUDGET (PSF)

This resource serves as a template for developing a budget for Discovery Day.

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OVERVIEW: DISCOVERY DAYS IN-DEPTH

This resource provides a closer look at the Discovery Day events held during the Philadelphia and North Bay Science Festivals.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: SAMPLE DISCOVERY DAY BUDGET (BASF)

This resource provides an example of a Discovery Day budget.

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MAPPING ZIP CODE DATA

This presentation, developed by Marissa Hartzler of the North Carolina Science Festival and Kishore Hari of the Bay Area Science Festival describes the analysis of zip code data for better understanding the geographic and audience reach of their festivals.

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SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

This presentation developed by Dr. Christine Bevc of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill describes the purpose, use and potential of Social Network Analysis for understanding the reach and impact of a science festival.

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CONTENT RESOURCE: COOKIE LAB HYPOTHESIS WORKSHEET (PSF)

This is a sample Hypothesis Worksheet that was distributed to event participants during the Cookie Lab program.

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CONTENT RESOURCE: COOKIE LAB SLIDE DECK (PSF)

This resource is the PowerPoint used in the Cookie Lab program.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: COOKIE LAB SHOW FLOW (PSF)

This resource provides an overview of the set-up and flow of event for the Cookie Lab Program.

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PLANNING RESOURCE: COOKIE LAB BUDGET (PSF)

This resource is a sample budget for the Cookie Lab program.

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EXPANDING YOUR FESTIVAL’S IMPACT – PART 3 – TIME

The following resource is a compilation of information about year-round science calendaring that includes input and expertise from science event organizers from around the country, along with input from science café organizers, and a web design company.

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WHY DEVELOP A YEAR ROUND SCIENCE CALENDAR?

A guide to the benefits and important considerations from public science experts from across the United States

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