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Go behind-the-scenes and discover how cool it is to work in a museum! In partnership with the UF Creative B program, join the Florida Museum for FREE virtual trivia Thursday evenings July 9 though Aug. 13 via Zoom.
Plus, the first, second and third place winners each week will win 2 tickets to the Butterfly Rainforest exhibit. Challenge your friends or family to a test of wits and see who takes home the top prize!
How to Play:
- Sign up for the Zoom webinar
- Upon registering, you will receive a link to the Crowdpurr trivia game
- Join the webinar and have Crowdpurr ready to go by 7 p.m. on July 30
- Let the games begin!
7 p.m.– The Zoom webinar opens. Meet Museum staff and your competition!
7:10 p.m.– Trivia begins! Note: There will be a short break halfway through.
- Open Zoom on a laptop/desktop and Crowdpurr on a phone/pad for the best experience!
- Listen for the questions on Zoom and select your answer on Crowdpurr. (The faster you answer, the more points you earn!)
- Players in the same home can take part as a team and answer through the same device or participate separately on individual devices.
- Overall, questions are natural history-themed with some special questions about a particular aspect of museum life.
- Want the inside scoop on these special questions? We’ll upload a video on this webpage and social media every week with a guest speaker from the Museum. Watch the video in advance of the Thursday trivia event for a competitive edge over other players.
July 7 – Elise LeCompte, Anthropology Division Registrar
July 14 – Kaylin Jablonski, Randell Research Center Coordinator Assistant
July 21 – Tyler Bowling, Florida Program for Shark Research Manager
July 28 – Rachel Narducci, Vertebrate Paleontology Collection Research Assistant
Aug. 4 – Coleman Sheehy, Herpetology Collection Manager
Aug. 11 – Lucas Majure, University of Florida Herbarium Assistant Curator
This week’s video
Want the inside scoop on special trivia questions? Watch this video before Thursday’s trivia for a competitive edge over other players. This week: Scientists and students in our Vertebrate Paleontology Collection
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