Like many local organisations it is easy for members to get involved with ADAS and learn a little more. Here are a few ways:
Attend meetings – We have a meeting on the last Friday of every month.
Present at meetings – You do not have to be an expert astronomer or presenter. Just choose a topic for example ‘What is a luner eclipse?’ and spend a little time doing some research on the internet. Plan your talk which could be anything from 10 minutes to 2 hours.
Put photographs on Facebook – All you have to do is go here and upload your photographs
Join in the Facebook conversation – The more people who use the Facebook page the more interesting it gets. If you do not have a Facebook account just sign up for one and join in the discussions.
Place photos on the website – If you want your photos on the website you will need to write between 300-500 words to give some context and information. If you don’t want to do this then please post on Facebook.
Write a piece for the website – Just choose a topic and write 300-500 words with pictures and email to the webmaster. You will then be set up with a special webpage account and talk you through the process of adding your work to the website. Before you ask…No! The webmaster will not do it for you!
Remember: This is your website, your facebook page, your twitter and your society.
by Unknown ADAS memeber