Meet the Experts – Lizard Island Research Station (Stage 3, Stage 4, Stage 5, Stage 6)
One-time opportunity to engage with Australian Museum scientist Dr Anne Hoggett, learn about her career working on the Great Barrier Reef and the effects of climate change on the ecosystem.
Get a chance to engage with scientists, experts and educators during our Meet the Expert program series for school and university students. Held once a term, this program series offers a special opportunity to hear directly from Australian Museum and industry experts and have all your questions answered!
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Australian Museum
Dr Anne Hoggett
Dr Anne Hoggett is an echinoderm taxonomist who worked at the Australian Museum and, as an associate, at the Northern Territory Museum. She became joint Director of Lizard Island Research Station in 1990 with her husband, Dr Lyle Vail. She and Lyle have spent decades supporting research and education by developing facilities and procedures at LIRS and her taxonomic instincts now directed to developing and curating the Lizard Island Field Guide, currently with more than 3,400 species illustrated.
Date & Time
08-Jun-2023 11:30AM + Google Calendar + iCal Export
Live Event - Scheduled
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Science and Tech » Biology
Any changes to numbers or cancellations must be made in writing by emailing [email protected] before the date for Final Confirmation (14 days prior to your session).
Terms and Conditions
Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions before making a booking and refer to our Privacy statement outlining how we deal with your personal information.
Will This Event Be Recorded?
Joining The Event
Technology and Materials Requirements
To connect your classroom to the Australian Museum via virtual excursion you will need:
- A reliable internet connection;
- A camera and microphone connected to your device;
- A device with a display, e.g. Laptop, Chromebook, iPad, Desktop.
If connecting a whole class or group together, you will also need:
- A projector or screen connected to your device;
- Working speakers connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
If connecting on individual devices, you will need:
- Working speakers or headphones connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
The simplest way to connect is through a direct connection using Zoom. The connection does not require any software to be downloaded, but does require a computer (PC or Mac) with an internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone.
The Zoom connection to the Australian Museum is secure and private.
Connecting To The Event
After confirming your school’s booking you will receive an instructional email 7 days prior to your session, that will contain the link to the Zoom meeting and the passcode required to enter the room. Click on the link to open the connection in your chosen web browser. Zoom will automatically activate your device’s camera and microphone.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Australian Museum
Phone: 02 9320 6439
Email: [email protected]