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Webcast: “Live with the Land.” Nov. 16, 2010

Smithsonian ShoutLive With the Land – online, interactive webcasts

Date: November 16, 2010.

The Smithsonian Institution’s Shout Online Conference Series provides lively, informative exchanges with experts in science, history, and the arts and people everywhere in the world. These sessions are appropriate for teachers, their students, and the general public. Presentations include visuals such as artworks and photographs, maps and graphics, and video clips — all archived for replay any time. Register for the Shout online conference series.

The Smithsonian Institution’s Shout Online Conference Series provides lively, informative exchanges with experts in science, history, and the arts and people everywhere in the world. These sessions are appropriate for teachers, their students, and the general public.Presentations include visuals such as artworks and photographs, maps and graphics, and video clips — all archived for replay any time. Register for the Shout online conference series.

Please join us on November 16, 2010, LIVE Online, for the Smithsonian’s free online education event, “Live with the Land.”    This is the first event in Shout, a yearlong program presented by the Smithsonian, Microsoft Partners in Learning, and TakingITGlobal – produced by LearningTimes.

** Session 1: 1pm EST/6pm GMT, November 16, 2010 (one hour)
Deer in the Forest: Can There Be Too Much of a Good Thing?” with Dr. Bill McShea, Wildlife Ecologist, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

** Session 2: 3pm EST/8pm GMT, November 16, 2010 (one hour)
Documenting the Reality of Our Landscapes” with Toby Jurovics, Curator of Photography, Smithsonian American Art Museum

** Session 3: 9pm EST, November 16, 2010, 2am GMT, November 17, 2010 (one hour)
Smithsonian Tree Banding Project: “The World’s Students Monitor the World’s Trees” with Forest Ecologist Dr. Geoffrey “Jess” Parker, and Education Specialist Josh Falk, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Learn More:

http://www.smithsonianconference.org/shout/conference-live/

Register:

http://www.smithsonianconference.org/shout/register/

We hope to see you there!

shout bannerAbout SHOUT!

Shout invites educators and students to take an active role in global environmental issues. Connect online to interact with experts in the field, share ideas, and collaborate with people around the world who, like you, are committed to solving environmental challenges. Shout gives participants a framework for success, with resources and tools for exercising social responsibility while building the 21st-century skills of collaboration, innovation, and critical thinking. When students are connected through technology and empowered to build activities in their own way the learning experience extends far beyond the four walls of a classroom. Learn more about Shout.

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