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CASC 2012 Preliminary Program at a Glance

For more details, click on the session or event title.
Program subject to change without notice

(T) Simultaneous translation from English to French

Transportation during the conference is to and from the Albert at Bay Suite Hotel only

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
Special Pre-Conference Opportunity
and
THURSDAY, MAY 3

Social Event

FRIDAY, MAY 4
Canada Science and Technology Museum

SATURDAY, MAY 5
Canada Aviation
and Space Museum

Social Event

9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
CASC Board and Committee Meetings (by invitation)

Location: Albert at Bay Hotel and Suites

6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.
Grab and Go Breakfast

Location: Albert at Bay Hotel and Suites - Front Lobby

7:30 a.m.
Bus to Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Wednesday, May 2
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Special Pre-Conference Opportunity - Tour of the AECL Chalk River Laboratories


Thursday, May 3
12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Pre-Conference Tour: Canadian Museum of Nature—Collections and Research Facility

7:30 a.m.
Bus to Canada Science and Technology Museum

8:00 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.
Breakfast–What’s new at your Science Centre? (Includes continental breakfast)

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Registration

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Registration

8:50 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Annual General Meeting

6:00 pm
Bus to Canada Agriculture Museum

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Trade Show

Location: Conference Hall

9:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Beyond the Stage:  Enhancing Science Through Theatre

Words that Work: Powering your Science Prose for a New Era

Bridging the Gap between Field Trips and the Classroom

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Welcome Reception at the Canada Agriculture Museum

8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Opening Plenary and Keynote Address

11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The Secret World of Teenagers

Data Decisions and the Visitor

Spontaneous Moments of Science

8:45 p.m.
Bus back to hotel

9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Energy Conservation Can Feed your Programs

What The Big Bang Theory, Star Wars, and Psychology Today Can Teach Us About Working with Scientists

Sponsorship in Science Centres: Integrating Sponsors and Brands into the Museum Experience

12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Lunch

 

10:15 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Health Break

1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
Social Media: An Outlet for Current Science?

Technologies for Increasing Audience Engagement

Geocaching, Twelve Years Later: I Came, I Searched, I Found! Now What?

 

10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
The Path to Literacy

Educational Partnerships: Which Type Might Work in Your Organization?

Re-imagining Volunteer Program Operations

2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Health Break

 

12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Trade Show Luncheon

3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Technology, Energy, and Communications: Pulling it all Together

Super Science Clubs:  Science for Inner-City Schools

Engaging Through the Energy Crisis: Maximizing Impact with Constrained Resources

 

1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.
App-ealing Opportunities for the Future

Driving our Missions by Transforming our Volunteer Programs

Inquiring into Inquiry

4:40 p.m.
Bus back to hotel

 

2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Health Break

6:15 p.m.
Bus to Canada Aviation and Space Museum

 

3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Keynote Speaker – Dr. Alan Leshner

6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
CASCADE National Awards Gala Dinner at Canada Aviation and Space Museum

 

4:40 p.m.
Bus back to hotel

10:00 p.m.
Bus back to hotel with optional drop off in the ByWard Market

 

6:00 p.m.
Bus from the hotel to the ByWard Market
Free Evening

 

All sessions will be held in English. Stay tuned to see which sessions will have simultaneous translation.


Schedule Details
Wednesday, May 2

Special Pre-Conference Opportunity for CASC delegates - Tour of the AECL Chalk River Laboratories (No Cost)

8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Owned by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL), Chalk River Laboratories (CRL) is both a national research facility and an international production center for medical radioisotopes.

CRL is one of the most complex laboratories in Canada, with activities ranging from services and development related to the nuclear industry, to other science areas such as physics, metallurgy, chemistry, biology, and engineering.

Chalk River Laboratories welcomes more than 200 professors, students and industrial researchers to its facilities each year to use the laboratories. Researchers use the reactors and other laboratories at CRL to analyze the properties of structural materials such as metals, alloys, polymers, biomaterials, glass, ceramics, films, cement and minerals.

Note: Lunch and transportation is provided. Pick up at 8:00 a.m. and drop off at 4:00 p.m. at the Albert at Bay Suite Hotel.


Thursday, May 3

CASC Board and Committee Meetings (by invitation)

9:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Location: Albert at Bay Hotel and Suites


Registration

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Albert at Bay Hotel and Suites


Pre-Conference Tour: Canadian Museum of Nature—Collections and Research Facility

12:30 p.m. –4:30 p.m.

Visit behind the scenes at the Canadian Museum of Nature's Collection and Research Facility, inside the Natural Heritage Building in Gatineau, Quebec. View specialized collection areas such as the National Herbarium, which contains over one million plant specimens; spectacular rocks and minerals in the Earth Sciences Collection; and incredible invertebrates!

Registration: $30 plus HST

The Pre-Conference Tour package includes return shuttle from the hotel to CMN's facility, and a two-hour behind-the-scenes tour at the CMN Collections and Research Facility in Gatineau, Quebec.

Notes:
Final selection of the collection areas on view will depend on CMN staff availability and on-going projects. As each collection area is uniquely fascinating, we are sure you will be inspired and enlightened, no matter which areas we see!

A minimum registration of ten participants is required for the pre-conference tour to proceed. This tour has a maximum capacity of 48 delegates — register early to avoid disappointment.

To learn more, please visit:
http://nature.ca/en/about-us/history-buildings/our-research-facility

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Friday, May 4
Canada Science and Technology Museum

Registration

8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Front Lobby


Opening Plenary and Keynote Address

8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Location: Auditorium (T)

The Honourable Gary Goodyear
Minister of State (Science and Technology) (Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario)


Concurrent Sessions

9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Energy Conservation Can Feed your Programs
Location: Classroom 8

This multi-faceted panel discussion will explore the interplay between corporate-level business priorities, successful energy-management practices, and energy-retrofit projects at the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation. With an emphasis on how efficient energy management can help fund museum programming, the Corporation's Chief Operating Officer will discuss the business case and corporate strategies for its success in managing energy efficiency. Challenges and successes related to maximizing return on investment, while enhancing and maintaining the visitor experience, will also be explored. Specific energy-management strategies implemented at the Corporation's museums will be presented, alongside leading sustainability practices applicable to other science centres.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Fern Proulx, Chief Operating Officer, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

Presenters:
Simon Aubin, Chief, Facilities Services, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation
Caroline Deslisle, Project Manager, MHPM Project Leaders
Daniel Gosselin, Senior Advisor, Sustainability, MHPM Project Leaders

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What The Big Bang Theory, Star Wars, and Psychology Today Can Teach Us About Working with Scientists
Location: Auditorium (T)

Using examples from popular culture, this session places the "scientific personality" under the microscope and looks at ways of collaborating for better science communication. Session presenters will expose stereotypes; discuss the new exhibition Star Wars™ Identities, based on characters from the movie series; and conduct a live interview. Participants will see how to work with serious scientists in playful contexts. They will explore the challenges of adapting difficult content, discuss what makes scientists tick, and learn strategies to encourage scientists to talk. This session will conclude with The Seven Secrets of Successful Collaboration.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Carol Campbell, Interim Director, Exhibition Services, Canadian Museum of Nature

Presenters:
Michel Groulx, Manager, Research and Content, Montréal Science Centre
Suzie Leroux, Project Leader, Research and Adaptation, Montréal Science Centre
André Martel, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Canadian Museum of Nature

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Sponsorship in Science Centres: Integrating Sponsors and Brands into the Museum Experience
Location: Classroom 5/6

Funding is a crucial issue for science centres. In the competitive world of brands and sponsors, customer experience is becoming the driving force. Discover how some sponsors are integrating their brands within science centres, providing visitor experiences that align with the centre's mission. This session will also present the pros and cons of various fundraising models, the secrets to successful fundraising, and fundamental differences between the needs of donors and sponsors.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Karine-Iseult Ippersiel, Officer, Alliance Marketing, Montreal Science Centre

Presenters:
Sheila Beaubien, Biology and Environmental Science Coordinator, Saskatchewan Science Centre
Dov Bercovici, President and CEO, Discovery Centre

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Concurrent Sessions

10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

The Path to Literacy
Location: Classroom 8

Literacy is about making things meaningful for people – about helping them to recognize and navigate complexity, to identify what is important in a topic area, and to know what questions to ask. This panel will explore the challenges associated with the path to literacy -- building a strategy that targets literacy such as in the case of the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation's Let's Talk Energy initiative, reaching a broader audience than would naturally visit our institutions, and finding creative ways to engage people in the experience.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Ellen Burack, Director General, Energy Initiative, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

Presenters:
Denise Amyot, President & CEO, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation Carol Pauzé, Director, Programming, Montreal Science Centre Bryan Tisdall, CEO, Science World British Columbia

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Educational Partnerships: Which Type Might Work in Your Organization?
Location: Auditorium (T)

Science centres regularly welcome students and teachers to their institutions. These visits are important attendance streams, and they help centres to fulfill their mandates. By aligning its goals and needs with those of the educational community, a science centre can transform itself from a simple destination to a focus for educational partnerships. This increases the science centre's relevance and sustainability within this key stakeholder group. In this session, three science centres present examples of partnerships they have developed with the educational community at the school, board, and ministry levels.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Catherine Paisley, Vice President, Science Education, Ontario Science Centre

Presenters:
Josee Duhaime, Director of Education, Montreal Science Centre
Karen Matheson, Director of Education, Science East

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Re-imagining Volunteer Program Operations
Location: Classroom 5/6

How can we re-imagine our existing volunteer programs in ways that expand operational efficiency and capacity, while also improving the visitor experience? Should we hold formal interviews, or have informal meetings with prospective volunteers? Should we conduct workforce-wide or volunteer-specific training? Who should take a direct supervisory role when working with volunteers? How can we leverage the unique characteristics of adult and youth volunteers? These are only a few of the questions that will be discussed in this session. Discover how better and faster recruitment and selection practices, "onboarding" programs, training needs, and rewards/benefits programs can help redefine the way we look at volunteer engagement.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Nadim Kara, Director, Organizational Development, Science North

Presenters:
Tasha Denis, Organizational Development Coordinator, Science North
Cédric St-Amour, Coordinator, Volunteer Services, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

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Trade Show Luncheon

12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location: Conference Hall


Concurrent Sessions

1:30 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.

App-ealing Opportunities for the Future
Location: Auditorium (T)

Mobile applications, or "apps", are an excellent way to engage regular visitors and new audiences, by allowing them to focus on what they find personally relevant. Learn how some Canadian institutions have developed their own smartphone apps, weaving several different visitor-learning theories into their designs. Participants will then break into groups to brainstorm the "One App to Bind Us All"—can we propose a CASC app for the use and benefit of all member institutions? Gain valuable time-saving information from "lessons learned" as we explore app design and implementation processes together.

Session Leaders/Presenters:
Sarah Wendorf, Web Editor, Science North
Walter Stoddard, Researcher/Programmer, Ontario Science Centre

Presenters:
Glenn Ogden, Senior Interpretive Planner, Canadian War Museum
Chris McLaren, CEO, Tristan Interactive
Marc Farmer, Web Redesign Manager, Royal Ontario Museum

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Driving our Missions by Transforming our Volunteer Programs
Location: Classroom 5/6

How can we better fulfill our missions in the face of funding challenges, changing visitor demographics, and competition? By re-imagining our volunteer programs. Corporations and associations are looking to partner with science centres in new and exciting ways, and effective volunteer programs can help to deepen these relationships. This session will focus on strategies for re-aligning volunteer programs in ways that fulfill revenue and mission objectives—such as coordinating efforts to reflect audience initiatives; creating teen advisory groups; and expanding the roles of highly skilled volunteers. Participants will explore volunteerism in unionized and non-unionized settings, as well as in large and small urban centres.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Nadim Kara, Director Organizational Development, Science North

Presenter:
Catherine Paisley, Vice-President, Science Education, Ontario Science Centre

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Inquiring into Inquiry
Location: Classroom 8

Many people say that they are doing inquiry-based activities, but not everyone defines inquiry-based learning in the same way. There are many definitions, which can be overwhelming for newcomers to this topic. From cookbook science to more open-ended activities, inquiry is all in the delivery. In this session, participants will discuss the essential elements of inquiry, explore an inquiry continuum, and carry out an inquiry-based activity. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!

Session Leaders/Presenters:
Michael Edwards, Director of Programming, Science East

Karen Matheson, Director of Education, Science East

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Keynote Speaker

3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Keynote Conversation with Dr. Alan Leshner
Location: Auditorium (T)

Join a conversation exploring how you can energize your communication with visitors, stakeholders, and content partners such as scientists. Alan Leshner will share his insights as a scientist-communicator on how we can best foster effective collaboration and communication between scientists, engineers, and the general public.

Alan I. Leshner
Chief Executive Officer, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Executive Publisher, Science

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Saturday, May 5
Canada Aviation and Space Museum

8:00 a.m. – 8:45 am

What's new at your Science Centre?

Come enjoy a continental breakfast and take the opportunity to tell your colleagues what is new at your science centre in this fast-paced, rapid-fire session.
Space is limited, so book your opportunity to speak early by contacting casc-accs@technomuses.ca.


8:50 a.m. – 9:30 am

Annual General Meeting
Location: Main Theatre


Concurrent Sessions

9:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Beyond the Stage: Enhancing Science Through Theatre
Location: Main Theatre (T)

Live demonstrations are a mainstay of many science centre stages, but are there other opportunities for these spaces? TELUS World of Science Edmonton has produced live theatre on its stages with Dr. Agar and the Halloween Science Show. This has proven highly popular with audiences. Join us as we examine the successes and pitfalls involved in creating and staging theatrical presentations. Can theatre help science centres reach new audiences? What makes for an enjoyable and engaging experience? Where is the line between science education and entertainment? Bring your creative ideas to help us explore these questions.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Jo-Ann Coggan, Manager, Science World at TELUS World of Science
Jolee Alberts, Supervisor, TELUS Spark
Catherine Harris, Manager of Hosts, Ontario Science Centre
Vance Avery, Science Presentation Specialist, TELUS World of Science - Edmonton

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Words that Work: Powering your Science Prose for a New Era
Location: Classroom 1

Should real-time communication and the ultra-short attention span of the Twitter Generation change the way that we view written communication about science? Which principles still work? What needs to evolve? This provocative roundtable workshop offers a mix of practical lessons, debate, and hands-on creation with a range of experts. Session participants will receive useful, relevant tools for crafting effective science copy for multiple formats and audiences. They will also gain insights into (re)organizing the copy development process at their own institutions—whether texts are created internally or externally.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Daryl Gray, Senior Science Writer/Editor, Science Communication, Ontario Science Centre

Presenters:
Margret Brady-Nankivell, Freelance Science Journalist, former Programmes & Communications Manager, British Council Canada
Kathryn O'Hara, Associate Professor & CTV Chair in Science Broadcast Journalism, Carleton University
Devon Hamilton, Director of Content, TELUS Spark

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Bridging the Gap between Field Trips and the Classroom
Location: Classroom 2

Many museums and science centres have spent countless hours developing resources to complement field trips. Unfortunately, research shows that many teachers do not use these resources. How can we create materials that link what students are learning in the classroom to what they will experience at your science centre? In this workshop, participants will discover how to create engaging and relevant pre- and post-visit resources. We will discuss how to energize and reinvent worksheets to get the most out of gallery exploration. Bring your existing worksheets and/or teacher resources to the workshop, and leave with ideas on how to make them more meaningful for students and teachers alike.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Josée Lebel, Executive Director, Beyond the Blackboard Educational Consulting

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Concurrent Sessions

11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

The Secret World of Teenagers
Location: Main Theatre (T)

Think back, way back—do you remember being a teenager? Did you go to museums? What will bring teens to your museum today? In this session, presenters from inside and outside the museum field will share their understanding of the teen audience. In the process, a list of points to consider will be scripted and shared with participants. Session topics will include discussion of two exhibitions at the Montreal Science Centre—Music, and Sex: A tell-all Exhibition—as well as the Ontario Science Centre's Weston Family Innovation Centre, the Ottawa Public Library's Teen Program, and the Open Studio at TELUS Spark.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Louise Julie Bertrand, Manager, Development and Production, Centre des Sciences de Montréal

Presenters:
Brigitte Belleville, Project Leader, Montreal Science Centre
Christine Chevalier, Teen Librarian, Ottawa Public Library
Devon Hamilton, Director Content, TELUS Spark
Walter Stoddard. Researcher – Programmer, Ontario Science Centre

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Data Decisions and the Visitor
Location: Classroom 1

There is generally a great deal of visitor-related data floating around our offices— visitor comments, attendance numbers, financial statements, feedback from members and frontline staff, tweets, blogs and Facebook posts. What happens when you try to make sense of it all? Does it seem like more trouble than it's worth? Are all forms of data equal? Do you have any strategies for approaching visitor information? This session will begin with roundtable leaders sharing some of their own strategies for managing information overload, helping you to make practical decisions about where to focus your attention.

Lead Presenters/Moderators:
Gabrielle Trepanier, Audit and Evaluation Officer, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation
Marie-Sophie Desaulniers, Manager, Visitor Experience, Programs and Special Events, Canada Agriculture Museum

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Spontaneous Moments of Science
Location: Classroom 2

Developing demonstrations that present varied subject matter to diverse audiences can be challenging. Although it is common practice to engage audiences by using the latest technologies, it is important to remember that science is everywhere. Interesting subject matter can be drawn from basic objects to engage audiences and teach real-life science. This session is certain to inspire you as you work with others to develop a short science demonstration using everyday "mystery" materials. You will come away with great ideas for new ways of educating and entertaining visitors in your own spontaneous moments of science.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Julie Fisowich, Manager of Education, Saskatchewan Science Centre

Presenters:
Michael Edwards, Director of Programming, Science East
Mike Jensen, Planetarium/Science Gallery Programs Supervisor, The Manitoba Museum

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Concurrent Sessions

1 :30 p.m. – 2 :45 p.m.

Social Media: An Outlet for Current Science?
Location: Main Theatre (T)

So you've found some interesting current science content… Do you want to use social media to share it with your audience, and to attract new visitors? In this lively workshop, participants will work in small groups, designing a strategy to present a current science topic by means of a social media platform. Social-media experts will be on hand to provide some ideas and approaches, share best practices, and provide tips and feedback.

Session Leaders/Presenters:
Walter Stoddard, Researcher/Programmer, Ontario Science Centre

Presenters:
Karen Bennett, Vice President, Client Services, Delta Media
Amy Henson, Staff Scientist, Science North
Mathieu Ranger, Science Communicator and Social Media Enthusiast
Marc Ladouceur, Information Systems Analyst, Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation

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Technologies for Increasing Audience Engagement
Location: Classroom 1

Science centres work hard to provide engaging, interactive experiences for of their audiences. While presentations in auditorium-style spaces can be engaging, their interactivity is usually limited to the volunteers selected to assist with demos. Not everyone can be selected. How can we increase the scope of interactivity in these spaces to include everyone? This session will explore technologies that science centres have used to increase engagement. Clickers will be used in the session to demonstrate how one science centre is tackling this issue.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Allan Busch, Senior Advisor, Product Information, Ontario Science Centre

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Geocaching, Twelve Years Later: I Came, I Searched, I Found! Now What?
Location: Classroom 2

Geocaching, a form of high-tech scavenger hunt, has been around for over 12 years. Although it has evolved over time, geocaching's appeal is still very strong, and its connection with the world of science centres is more relevant than ever. This hands-on workshop will highlight ways to integrate geocaching into education and public programming.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Jacques Bourgeois, Events, Marketing and Promotion, Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre


Concurrent Sessions

3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Technology, Energy, and Communications: Pulling it all Together
Location: Classroom 1

Your members are a vital element of your audience. They engage with you, advocate for you, and contribute to your overall reach. Rapid advances in accessible Internet and social media make it crucial to stay ahead of the trends—keeping your visitors and members "in the know" about your centre. This session will look at how membership programs were administered in the past, contrasted with current trends and practices. Participants will explore ways of using technology to engage with members, while reducing the amount of time, energy, and expense involved.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Fraser McDonald, Manager, Membership Program, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

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Super Science Clubs: Science for Inner-City Schools
Location: Main Theatre (T)

Super Science Club (SSC) is an after-school program that provides interactive activities to inner-city elementary students. The program's structure engages teachers and families in student development with curriculum-connected resources, home-based activities, and a family membership for each participant. To achieve our mission we have expanded beyond the limits of direct delivery, supporting others in facilitating SSC. This session will provide an overview of SSC and explore the pilot project's expansions.

Lead Presenter:
Stephanie Puleo, Program Specialist, Community Engagement, Science World at TELUS World of Science

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Engaging Through the Energy Crisis: Maximizing Impact with Constrained Resources
Location: Classroom 2

With limited budgets, how can we ensure that frontline staff have the greatest impact on the visitor experience? Striking a balance between large-scale stage demonstrations, small group workshops, and one-on-one interactions is increasingly challenging. Do we have to choose between pure science engagement and basic customer care? Whether your floor is staffed by volunteers, part-timers or full-time science communicators, everyone is trying to do more with less. How should we prioritize our resources? What is working? What do your visitors say they want? Join colleagues from across Canada to share best practices and brainstorm new approaches.

Session Leader/Presenter:
Catherine Harris, Manager of Hosts, Ontario Science Centre

Presenters:
Amy Henson, Staff Scientist, Science North

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Social Events

Thursday, May 3
Welcome Reception at the Canada Agriculture Museum
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Don't miss the CASC 2012 opening reception! Greet fellow delegates in the casual, fresh air setting at the Canada Agriculture Museum on the Central Experimental Farm. In heritage barns, mix and mingle with conference delegates, enjoy delicious hors d'oeuvres and visit the animals. See some of the energy that goes into food production and watch eggsperiments! We look forward to hosting you!

Please remember that the Museum is also a demonstration farm, complete with the miracle of new life and the potential hazards of large animals and working machinery. Please dress appropriately for farm and weather conditions.


Friday, May 4
Bus to the ByWard Market - Free Evening
6:00 p.m.


For those who wish to dine downtown two of Ottawa's most popular restaurants Kinki and Mambo are offering a 20% discount with the presentation of your CASC badge. Remember to call ahead for reservations.


Saturday, May 5
Fly Me to The Moon Dinner and CASCADE Awards

6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Journey back in time to the golden era of passenger airline travel in the prestigious setting of Canada's premier aeronautical museum. Treat yourself to first-class dining and dancing with a vintage twist for the CASCADE awards gala. During the Gala we will celebrate Canada's outstanding achievements in science engagement and inaugurate the CASC's


Best Energy Literacy Project CASCADE Award.

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