05/30/2016Need Help Making GLOBE Work for You? We’ve Got Your Back!
If you ever need help making The GLOBE Program work for you, you only need to remember one thing: GLOBE’s Community Support Team has your back! Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. >>
05/20/2016How Do El Niño and La Niña Years Compare? Read the Latest GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign Blog and Find Out!
Sixth grade students at Somerset Intermediate School on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, USA, are currently studying weather, climate, and human impacts on Earth systems, synthesizing a year-long study of Earth science. Read Teacher Pat Benner’s guest blog for the GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign and read all about it! >>
05/19/2016Share Your El Niño Stories with the GLOBE Community – and the World!
How has the El Niño phenomenon affected your local environment? Has there been higher than normal temperatures, lots of precipitation, areas of drought? The GLOBE El Niño Field Campaign is happy to announce a way for your to share your stories with the rest of GLOBE and the rest of the world! >>
05/19/2016GLOBE Students: Learn How to Set up Your Student Account – GLOBE Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know there’s a tutorial showing you how to quickly set up your GLOBE student account? There is! >>
05/16/2016GLOBE Community: Quickly Learn How to Set up Your Account – GLOBE Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know there’s a tutorial showing you how to quickly set up your GLOBE account information, change your password, and negotiate other account details? >>
05/11/2016Registered for the 20th GLOBE Annual Meeting Yet? It’s Time to Celebrate the GLOBE Community!
The 20th GLOBE Annual Meeting and Student Research Experience will be held in Estes Park, Colorado, USA, from 16-21 July 2016! The theme of the meeting this year is “Celebrating the GLOBE Community.” >>
05/10/2016Journal of Science Education and Technology Editors Select Article on GLOBE Costa Rica Study as One Most Likely to “Change the World”
In December 2015, the Springer Nature Journals Editorial Office asked its Journal Editors to nominate one article that addressed the world’s most pressing challenges – as an article that they felt “Could Change the World.” From more than 100 nominations across Springer’s portfolio, an article entitled, “The Costa Rica GLOBE (Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment) Project as a Learning Science Environment” was selected for the “Change the World, One Article at a Time” campaign. >>
05/09/2016GLOBE Community: Data Visualization System – Visualizing Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Did you know that GLOBE provides the ability to view and interact (visualize) with data around the world? >>
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