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Monthly Tech Update August 2017
Expect the fully functional version of the eclipse app on 18 August 2017. With it, you will be able to make observations of air temperature and clouds before, during and after the solar eclipse on 21 August 2017. In addition, the GLOBE visualization system's interface will be upgraded in August and will be supported on mobile as well.  >>

GLOBE Community: Is eTraining Right for You? Protocol Training Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: GLOBE eTraining provides the opportunity for new and existing GLOBE users to complete science protocol training at anytime, anywhere. GLOBE eTraining consists of multiple downloadable training modules, interactive digital field and lab experiences, online assessments for each module, and access to support through online discussion forums.  >>

Attending the GLOBE Annual Meeting? Important Protocol Training Session Information – Please Read!
We are looking forward to seeing you soon at the 21st GLOBE Annual Meeting in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. At this meeting, we will have two protocol sessions for the adult attendees that will allow you to get hands-on experience with GLOBE protocols and to work with experienced trainers on best practices and tips for completing the protocols as well as time to practice using the GLOBE Data Entry app and the GLOBE Observer. (Remember to download apps before coming to the meeting!)  >>

NASA Invites You to Become a Citizen Scientist During US Total Solar Eclipse
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, or GLOBE, Program is a NASA-supported research and education program that encourages students and citizen scientists to collect and analyze environmental observations. GLOBE Observer is a free, easy-to-use app that guides citizen scientists through data collection.  >>

Registered for the GLOBE Annual Meeting? Here are Some Helpful Tips!
Are you registered to attend the upcoming (30 July – 03 August) 21st GLOBE Annual Meeting and Student Research Experience in New Haven, Connecticut, USA? The GLOBE Program has put together a list of helpful tips to refer to during travel and the meeting – as well as some basic information about what to expect when you arrive.  >>

Students Visit U.S. Embassy Wildlife Habitat in Bern/Switzerland
GLOBE students visit the U.S. Embassy Wildlife Habitat in Bern/Switzerland.  >>

Getting Science to People! Times of Malta Runs Article on GLOBE!
The Times of Malta recently published an article, “Can’t Get People to Science? Get Science to people!” promoting The GLOBE Program in Malta as a way to attract young people to science.  >>

STEM Professional: Join the GLOBE International STEM Network – Mentoring Made Easy!
Tip of the Week: The GLOBE International STEM Network (GISN) is an international network of STEM professionals (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) that work with GLOBE students around the world conducting science. As an invaluable member of the GISN, you can mentor students and teachers, present scientific ideas, and/or collaborate on scientific research. Each relationship between a STEM professional and a GLOBE school is unique, and is determined by the STEM professional and the school.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Community: Join the 2017 Eclipse Community and Receive Free Solar Viewing Glasses When You Share Your Eclipse Plans
Join the 2017 Eclipse Community and receive a free pair of solar viewing glasses when you share your eclipse plans! It's not less than six weeks until the eclipse on 21 August.  >>

Join International Scientists Onboard Ocean Research Vessel through Live Webinars
Connect your students to an ocean research vessel at sea! GLOBE Partner Steven Pekar and international scientists provide video broadcasts to teachers and classrooms via Sign up is on a first-come, first-served basis.  >>