07/03/2018GLOBE’s Mobile Data Entry App – Data Entry Made Easy!
The GLOBE Data Entry App is all about making data entry easy! After an initial download of forms, you can record your measurements in the field. The app streamlines some aspects of data entry, and allows you to use your phone's camera to document your sites and measurements. >>
07/02/2018GISN Now Accepting Early Career STEM Professionals – Paying it Forward Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: The GLOBE International STEM Network (GISN) is now accepting early career STEM professional. This GISN subgroup will consist of members who are upper-level undergraduate or master's students pursuing a degree in a STEM field, as well as recent graduates who are working in STEM fields who have less than five years’ experience. >>
07/02/2018Checked Out the New GLOBE Observer App Enhancements Yet?
The GLOBE Observer app is now enhanced with a number of new features and fixes. A recent update fixed several bugs, and reduced the download size of the app by approximately 50 percent. Additions included an "Opt-in" feature, new information links, an instruction graphic, and links that take users directly to the GLOBE Observer website and social media accounts. >>
07/02/201812 July NASA STEM Educator Webinar Explores GLOBE Resources for K-12 Classrooms – Register Today
A NASA STEM Educator Professional Development Collaborative (EPDC) webinar, “Explore NASA STEM Resources,” is geared toward educators in grades K-12. During the one-hour webinar, which will be held on Thursday, 12 July (5:00 p.m. ET), participants will explore NASA STEM resources, including The GLOBE Program, Space Place, Climate Kids, NASA Wavelength, My NASA Data, Space Math, and Exploring Ice. >>
06/26/2018Keeping Up with GLOBE Stars? See How We Shine!
One of the latest GLOBE “Star Stories” shined a light on a dazzling example of GLOBE community initiative, passion, and scientific excellence, “Students at Lexington School for the Deaf in New York (USA) Participate in GLOBE Air Quality Campaign – Discover Their Power to Contribute to Science in a Significant Way.” >>
06/25/2018GLOBE Community: Need a Project Collaborator? Find One Today – Collaboration Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: Need a Project Collaborator? Then visit the GLOBE website and use this handy tool to find GLOBE community members who are interested in collaborating on GLOBE projects, protocols, and/or other activities! >>
06/20/20182018 Southeast Student Research Symposium
The Southeast U.S. GLOBE Student Research Symposium took place on 19-20 April 2018 at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. The Center for STEM Education, Cato College of Education hosted 32 Students and 15 GLOBE teachers. Participants traveled from Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, North Carolina, Louisiana, Georgia, and Arkansas. Students presented a total of 14 GLOBE research projects to their peers and local scientists. >>
06/19/2018GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention Project Completes Three Successful Regional Mosquito Trainings
In June, the third of three Regional Mosquito Trainings (RMTs) took place as part of the GLOBE Zika Education and Prevention project (funded through support from the U.S. Department of State). More than 100 representatives from 49 GLOBE countries attended the RMTs. >>
06/13/2018Attending the 2018 GLE – Or Want to Keep Up with GLE Happenings? Tune to Social at #IrelandGLE2018
Are you attending the 2018 GLOBE Learning Expedition (GLE) in Killarney, Ireland (01-06 July) – or do you want to keep up with all that’s taking place at the GLE? We want to hear all about it! Be sure to share – and keep up with – all of the stories, adventures, and experiences on social media. >>
06/11/2018Check Out the Most Recent GLOBE Publication – See GLOBE Data in Action!
Are you keeping up with the most recent GLOBE publications highlighting GLOBE data? For example, a recent article “Connected Climate Change Learning Through Citizen Science,” written by K.V. Spellman, E.B. Sparrow, M.J. Chase, A. Larson, and K. Kealy was published in Connected Science Learning. The article discusses how educators in rural Alaska assessed and implemented strategies for indigenous youth to use GLOBE protocols to study local changes in climate. >>