Fw: Green Teacher's new website
for those who may be interested. d.Printing in haste makes more waste; keep it green and read on the screen
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From: Ivey, Sara E. <Sara.Ivey@...>
Subject: [Green] FW: Green Teacher's new website
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Date: Monday, June 10, 2013, 9:52 AM
Green Teacher launches a new website
New Website Launched
We’re excited to let you know that we have now launched a redesigned and enhanced website. The new site enables us to provide much more free content from current and past issues of our non-profit magazine than we have in the past. We also hope you find the new site much easier to navigate.
Visit our new site and read the full articles Climbing Trees and When Nature Speaks from our latest issue, along with previews of all the articles from the Spring 2013 issue, and a selection of reviews. You'll also find several full articles from past issues and books. You can easily share the articles with friends and colleagues on social media, or give us your feedback in the comments section of each article.
Our updated menu and a detailed sidebar allows you to easily browse all of our content from every page. New online content is searchable by topic and grade level, and we've also made it much easier to access our webinar archive and online store.
Please note that some of the links from our old site may no longer work. If you find any broken links, problems, or suggestions for improvement with the new website, please let us know and we'll get right on it.
This is just the first of many changes at Green Teacher. In the coming months, we’ll be publishing our first e-books. Whether you are a teacher, park interpreter or a parent, our e-books will offer you thematic collections of articles and activities for working with specific age groups.
The world of books and magazines is changing fast. As a result, we’ve spent considerable time over the last months thinking about new ways we can better serve you, our loyal readers, and at the same time reach out to a wider audience. We greatly appreciated that over 400 of you filled out our Readers’ Survey in February. Your helpful responses told us what topics you wanted to hear more about, how much time you spend reading online versus print materials, and what types of media you are downloading and using. Your input gave us a road-map to follow.
A colleague recently described this moment in history as a “Gutenberg moment,” one that is full of challenges for anyone involved in publishing. Needless to say, we’re looking forward to seeing where the journey will take us. Your continued advice will be helpful along the way.
Finally, stay tuned for more webinars. We have now hosted almost 40 of these one hour sessions and we've now begun scheduling new ones for the Fall. We welcome your suggestions of topics you’d like to see addressed, and suggestions of potential presenters. Take a look at our currently scheduled Fall webinars below.
Contact us at info@greenteacher and let us know what you think of the new site, what we can do to continue to improve our website, webinars, and all of our environmental education content.
Tim Grant, Editor
"Yoga for the Classroom" webinar
"Disaster Risk Reduction Education" webinar
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