The Millennials' guide to developing a THRIVING online photo / video course
Written for the North American Nature Photography Association millennial blog series
The world of online education is a new frontier for nature photographers and one that can be quite lucrative. But making money isn’t as simple as building an amazing course and setting it free on the internet. Plenty of thoughtful, well-designed courses go undiscovered every day.
So, before you invest your time and energy into building a course, here are 3 secrets tips to ensuring your course brings ALL the photographers to the yard.
Journey into the depths of plant-borne insect communication with this mind-bending sound installation! SEDIMENT Exhibitions presents “Singing amongst the weeds” from March 8th to April 7th.
A great online course offers something bigger than technical knowledge. Discover these 3 secrets to successful photo and video courses online!
“The Future of Science is Open” wins its category (Documentary, <10 minutes long) at the Raw Science Film Festival. Learn more about the festival and the film here.
Kika will be sharing our origin story on stage TONIGHT in Montreal, through a partnership with Confabulation and Broad Science. The theme of the event is “It’s a Phase: Stories of stage, changes and transformations.”
Announcing a media package to help grad students, post-docs, and pre-tenure faculty develop an online presence and brand materials on the cheap.
In this inspirational film, we showcase 3 scientists revolutionizing the way ecology is done in the field and in the lab through their work with the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON).
Come see our IGNITE talk on Thursday, August 09, 2018 from 1:30 PM - 03:00 PM in Room 243 at the Convention Center, as part of the session Scaling up from the Smallest Actors to Global Patterns.
"In Search of Honey Bloom" wins its category (Documentary, <10 minutes) at the Raw Science Film Festival. Congrats to the team, Matt, Pete, Sharon, and Kika!
In this rebuttal, we argue that the future of ecology is collaborative, inclusive and deconstructs biases, but the recently published "100 articles" does not reflect this reality.
In this interview, Kika talks founding IML, the nature photography community, and the shared struggles of people pursuing meaningful work.