In part one of this special two-part series, host Katie Blunt takes you to Providence Hall High School in Herriman, Utah, to meet with Library Media Specialist Mariah Gerlach, who shows us how she uses technology tools to support students’ information literacy skills while collaborating with English teacher Catherine Jensen and her students on their research project. More resources here!
Edcamp Cardigan Camp is the first hybrid
(virtual and face to face!) Edcamp for all school, public, higher ed, and special area librarians from all over the world. Zoom and Wakelet links will be emailed only to registered participants the day before Edcamp Cardigan Camp. Certificates of Completion will be available. Cardigans optional.
You’ll notice there is no price on this event… The past Cardigan Camps have been free –
BUT are limited to those who registered! Registration is not open yet – We will try to let you know when it opens..
The Astromaterials Research & Exploration Science Division at JSC will be hosting an upcoming webinar entitled: Curiosity Rover Update & Preview to Mars 2020
Date: June 9, 2020
Time: 12-1pm Mountain
Join us for a FREE NASA Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) interactive webinar. This live interactive presentation will be for educators (formal and informal educators). NASA scientist and Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) team member Dr. Elizabeth Rampe, will share her career path to NASA as well as her passion, knowledge and expertise about Mars, the MSL (Curiosity) Mission and preview the upcoming Mars 2020 Mission. The presentation will last approximately 40 minutes followed by an optional ~15-20 minutes of Q&A. [Note: If you have family members at home that would like to join you as you participate in the event, they are welcome. Please provide details in your registration form.]
As this event is open to any interested formal or informal educators, when registering, participants are asked to identify their organization name (i.e. library name).