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Miss the October/November 2021 IVSS Webinars? Watch them Today
Whether you missed the informational/inspirational webinars designed to help you move forward with your 2021 International Virtual Science Symposium (IVSS) research endeavors – or just want to watch them again – they have been archived!
The 2021 IVSS will be focusing on Data Analysis. Students are welcome to use new or old data in their projects. The GLOBE Implementation Office (GIO) is also encouraging students to present research in creative ways – like with storytelling tools (video, online, etc.).
In October, GIO hosted three webinars designed to help introduce data science skills and resources. In November, GIO hosted two dual-language webinars: the first webinar (presented in English and Spanish) was presented by Alejandro Mundo (a CCRI Educator/Associate Researcher at NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies) on creating a scientific poster; the second webinar (presented in English and American Sign Language) was presented by Wade Phillips and Jillian Anderson (both high school science teachers at the Lexington School for the Deaf in New York, USA) on how to develop a good research question.
To view recordings of the October/November IVSS webinars, click here.
Inspiration at Your Fingertips!
Are you seeking inspiration on possible 2021 IVSS research topics? Then check out GLOBE’s current measurement campaigns!
To explore the current measurement campaigns, click here.
Important 2021 IVSS Dates/Events:
- Reports Accepted: Mid-to-late January through 10 March 2021
- Due Date for Student Reports: 10 March 2021
- Judging Webinar: 29 March 2021, 09:00 a.m. MT (To access, click here.)
- Judging Period: 29 March through 05 April 2021
- Feedback and Virtual Badges Shared: 22 April 2021
- Drawing for Stipends: 22 April 2021
For more information on the 2021 IVSS, click here.
For questions regarding the 2021 IVSS, please email: email@example.com.
News origin: GLOBE Implementation Office