GLOBE Salutes Schools Making the "Data Count" During Earth Week 2016
The GLOBE Implementation Office recognizes the students and teachers of 382 schools that participated in the Data Entry Challenge during Earth Week, 18 – 24 April 2016. Your extraordinary efforts added a whopping 308,000 measurements, from 79,000 forms, to the GLOBE database in just one week! Plentiful and accurate data is essential to maintaining the integrity of all research and we appreciate your participation in this week-long effort.
In order to access your participant badge for the 2016 Data Entry challenge, please go here. There you will find instructions on how to upload the e-badge to your school's page. This badge will only be available for download until 03 June 2016.
Congratulations to the schools with the highest contribution of measurements during Data Entry Challenge Week overall.
And to the schools with the highest contribution of measurements during Data Entry Challenge Week using the mobile app.
Congratulations again to the GLOBE students of our top schools in the Data Entry Challenge 2016 for capturing so much data! Data: it's the quality evidence that affords rich data analysis and will allow you, your fellow GLOBE students and working scientists, to formulate credible and convincing answers to questions about the environment in your ongoing research in your communities. Well done!
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office