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Spotlight on the GLOBE Program

    The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment. Announced by the

NanoDays at the Library

    NanoDays is organized by the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net), and takes place nationally in late March and early April. This community-based event is the largest public outreach effort in nanoscale informal science education and involves science museums, research centers, and universities from Puerto Rico to Alaska. At the nanoscale—the scale of

A Librarian Interpreting Science on the Exhibit Floor of the Museum of Science in Boston

In November 2014, I was the only non-museum member selected to participate in the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network’s "Sharing  Science Workshop &  Practicum" at the Museum of Science in Boston, MA.  In this program, I joined Harvard and MIT graduates students along with five museum educators for a day-long immersion in the "Sharing Science Workshop

By |May 14th, 2015|Categories: Informal Learning, Science, STEM|0 Comments

Public Lab

My library at the University of Southern Mississippi recently had a science café about the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science (Public Lab) which is a community -- supported by a 501(c)3 non-profit -- which develops and applies open-source tools to environmental exploration and investigation. By democratizing inexpensive and accessible Do-It-Yourself techniques, Public Lab

By |March 10th, 2015|Categories: environmental education, General, Informal Learning, STEM, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Attending a Science Conference

Tracy holding cast of Tiktaalik roseae I recently attended the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting in San Jose, California, February 12-16, 2015. I was one of only thirty science Librarians provided with a sponsored (i.e., free) registration through AAAS; and one of the highlights of the meeting was

By |March 10th, 2015|Categories: Informal Learning, STEM|1 Comment
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