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Share your students' visions of the 2019 issue of Cosmic Times with us!
Do your students have a version of the 2019 issue of Cosmic Times? How much closer will we be to solving the mysteries of dark energy and the nature of the universe? What tools will we have then that we don't have now?
We want to know what your students envision for the next steps in understanding the nature of our universe. After all, they are the next generation of scientists and engineers who will be working on these questions. We will chose a few of the best submissions to share in a Student Gallery.
Your class creation(s) These can take the form of print materials (like an "old fashioned" newspaper or a newsletter), web pages, audio podcasts, or videos it is up to you and your class to decide what form the news will take in 2019.
For video or audio submissions, we would also like a copy of the transcript.
Email the file or link to your students' creation to: Barbara Mattson
Release forms In order to consider your students' contribution(s), we need signed releases from every student who worked on the project. You can send them either by email or postal mail. If you have scanned versions of the signed forms, just email them to the address above. If you want to send physical copies, request our address when you make your email submissions.
Copyrighted images and media The copyright of any images or media used in your class submission must be considered and respected. All images and video/audio clips must include a credit that cites the source of the media. Any media that has a copyright must include appropriate permissions in order for us to use the project in our Student Gallery.
Read more on copyright considerations.
What will go into the Student Gallery? We will choose a few of the best submissions to showcase in the Student Gallery not all submissions will appear in the gallery.
There are a few things that will ensure your contribution does not go into the Student Gallery; please make sure to avoid them:
If you have further questions, please email Barbara Mattson
Cosmic Times is a product of the Imagine the Universe! website. Imagine the Universe is a service of the High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC), Dr. Alan P. Smale (Director), within the Astrophysics Science Division (ASD) at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
All material on this site has been created and updated between 2007-2016.
This page last updated: Thursday, 28-Feb-2013 11:05:24 EST