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U.S. GLOBE Weekly Watercooler - 03 Feb 2022
Join GLOBE Partner Mike Jabot (NY) for an introduction to ArcGIS StoryMaps.   >>

U.S. GLOBE Weekly Watercooler - 27 Jan 2021
Join Theresa Schwerin and Joan Harper-Neely, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies, to learn about the new NASA Spotlite Video Challenge: Cloud Detectives. Student teams will produce a video (90 seconds to 2 minutes) confronting one of two misconceptions related to clouds, by investigating and collecting evidence, including GLOBE Clouds and NASA data.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Weekly Watercooler - 20 Jan 2020
Join us at this week's Watercooler to learn more about the Forest Service and GLOBE Soil Tent, a traveling educational exhibit which evokes the striking visual experience of entering into the earth with its layers and creatures on display  >>

U.S. GLOBE Weekly Watercooler - 13 Jan 2021
Join GLOBE Partner Christi Buffington from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, International Arctic Research Center. Watercooler attendees will participate in a demonstration of the "Question Formulation Technique," which they can use to help students develop research questions that they can explore with GLOBE.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Weekly Watercooler - 06 Jan 2022
At this Watercooler, Marilé Colón-Robles will get us excited about the 2022 Cloud Challenge: Clouds in a Changing Climate (Jan 15 - Feb 15, 2022). This event is for students, teachers, and the general public through GLOBE cloud observations or CLOUD GAZE online cloud identification.  >>

U.S. GLOBE Watercooler Cafe - 16 Dec 2021
Grab a snack or drink and join us at the first "Watercooler Cafe" to get to know others in the GLOBE community and celebrate the holidays! This will be a chance to connect more informally and share some highlights (GLOBE or otherwise) from the past month. Teachers, Partners, and GLOBE Community Members are all welcome!   >>

Weekly Watercooler: 02 Dec 2021
Join GLOBE Partner Wren Walker Robbins (Salish Kootenai College) for a conversation on 'Honoring our Students' Funds of Knowledge, Inviting it Into Our Classrooms.'  >>