Lauren Cooper gives talk titled “The MSU Forest Carbon and Climate Program: Leveraging technology to engage multiple audiences with inclusive principles.”

The MSU FCCP program director, Lauren Cooper, participated in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) webinar “Practicing Inclusion during times of Ambiguity and Turbulence”.

The Michigan State Forest Carbon and Climate Program (MSU FCCP) program director, Lauren Cooper, participated in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) webinar “Practicing Inclusion during times of Ambiguity and Turbulence”.  The speakers discussed researching, teaching, and leading in these times of uncertainty by utilizing inclusive strategies during the Stay at Home Policy. Lauren’s talk was titled “The MSU Forest Carbon and Climate Program: Leveraging technology to engage multiple audiences with inclusive principles.”

In her talk, Lauren highlighted the FCCP resources and activities that promote inclusion and engagement. These resources include the FCCP Open Resource Library, Carbon Tool Activities, and Short Courses that can be accessed from any location. These resources cover a range of learning levels and abilities and include many easily accessible tools. Lauren also covered some best practices for remote engagement while remaining engaging and assessable. To learn more about Lauren’s talk, check out her presentation here.

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