22nd -- The Day
This is ‘the day’ to carry out interviews, photography,
video, observe and record what is happening in science.
Or, keep a diary on your own activities, and capture a few photographs.
19th -- Diary Entries Due
weblog or diary entry for us? Enter it on this site
using our automated submission process.
Cannot decipher or employ the automated process?
Send your submission to us at email@example.com.
incorporate your materials into the
WWDS website for the June 1st launch.
20-23rd -- Finalising of Day in Science pieces
At this stage, all student reporters should be getting their stories to a
final, polished stage, mounting their web pages, etc.
26th -- Site links due
Last day to send in a link to your own Day in Science web page
for inclusion in the World-Wide Day
in Science website.
2nd -- Crude version of website completed An initial version of the World-Wide Day in Science website
completed. It will be refined by UNSW students, and a CD-ROM
version created for distribution starting in August.
View a mock up
of the new home page here.
– Refinement of the website A ‘cleanup crew’ of university students refines
completed web pages and copies the site onto a CD-ROM.
The CD-ROM permits inclusion of more video than the
website, as video takes a while to download from the web.
3rd -- Launch of World-Wide Day in Science CD-ROM Australia’s National Science Week provides the occasion
launching the polished product of the World-Wide Day in
Science effort – a refined website and flashy CD-ROM. The
CD will be distributed to high schools around Australia.
You can order copies of the CD for high schools in your area
as well - firstname.lastname@example.org