Oceans of Learning 2022 with the Marine Institute – how you can get involved

The Marine Institute’s Oceans of Learning series is back with a range of learning resources for all. Immerse yourself with downloadable resources, videos and interactive activities that celebrate our seas and explore Ireland’s marine resource.

So far this year the series has looked at

As part of Our Ocean: Our Present the series focuses on Ireland’s national marine research vessels, the Celtic Voyager and Celtic Explorer. As we look forward to a bright future with the Tom Crean and Celtic Explorer, we take a moment to appreciate the legacy of the Celtic Voyager. The vessel has served us well over the past quarter of a century, providing marine scientists, researchers and crew members with many years of experience at sea, and enabling us to deepen our ocean knowledge.

See the host of online interactive activities, videos and downloadable resources on marine.ie at: https://bit.ly/3wKJMAi

World Oceans Day Twitterthon
The Marine Institute are also inviting our partners to get involved in our World Oceans Day Tweetathon on 8th June. To help us get #WorldOceansDay and #OceansOfLearning trending in Ireland on Twitter, please take part and have your Tweets included on the day.

Complete a few questions at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ooltweetathon if you or your organisation would like to take part.

#SeaToMe competition
Enter this year’s #SeaToMe competition, for the chance to win Lego City Sets and a Book Hamper for a Primary School Class. Simply share ‘what the sea means to you’ on social media using the hashtag #SeaToMe – it could be a photo, video, artwork or quote about the sea.

Share the details on the #SeaToMe completion on social:

What does the sea mean to you? Enter the @MarineInst #SeaToMe competition as part of #OceansOfLearning for the chance to win some great prizes! Draw a picture, take a photo or upload a video using the hashtag #SeaToMe

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