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It is only with the continued support of educators, parents and the astronomy community that we will fulfil the goals of EU-UNAWE.

Carolina Ödman Govender, former UNAWE International Project Manager

UNAWE Social Media Pages

Here you can find an overview of the official UNAWE social media pages:

Facebook

Twitter

Youtube for sharing short videos: 

Vimeo for sharing longer, professional videos: 

Flickr for photos: 

Pinterest for organising images and ideas: 

Google Plus /posts

Issuu for sharing Repeated ofs: 

SlideShare for sharing presentations: 

OED (Open Education Resources) is a platform to develop and share educational resources: 

DIY ('do it yourself') challenges children to learn new skills on a wide-range of topics, including Astronomy: 

TES (Teach, Educate, Share) allows its 2.5 million members to download and share resources: 

Scientix is a community for science education in Europe: 

 

National UNAWE Twitter pages:

UNAWE's twitter page for the Netherlands: 

UNAWE's twitter page for Romania:

UNAWE's twitter page for Tanzania: 

UNAWE's twitter page for Wales: 

UNAWE's twitter page for Venezuela: 


More information:

Why use social media? Presentation by Oana Sandu (ESO)

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