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Launching on Saturday, December 20th is a new tool to allow GLOBE teachers to find other members who are interested in collaborating on GLOBE projects, protocols or other activities. Use the advanced search tool to identify potential collaboration partners based on their country, language, school grade level, protocol interests, GLOBE projects/campaigns and more.

For the tool to be effective, we are asking all GLOBE members to review their profile settings to ensure it is accurate and up-to-date. To help facilitate this, the first time you come to the collaboration tool, a summary of your profile settings will be displayed along with a link to edit your profile information and the protocols you are interested in.

Pertinent profile information such as the languages you speak and the option to opt-out of being listed on the collaboration tool can be found under the 'GLOBE Info' link in your profile.

Additionally, make sure you are associated with the correct organization, your organization address is up-do-date and your primary organization (if you have more than one) is selected.

We hope you find this new tool beneficial to you. We are continuing to refine and improve the tool so send us any feedback you may have.

The tool will be located in the Community section of the website.
URL available on 12/21/14: http://www.globe.gov/community/find-a-collaboration-partner

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