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- Mar 4, 2002
>DLESE ANNUAL MEETING 2002
> - Preliminary call for interest -
>Deadline extended to March 15, 2002
>Open the form: http://www.dlese.org/annualmtg/2002/CallForm.html
>View the meeting program (preliminary):
>Go to DLESE: http://www.dlese.org
> Sunday, June 30 - Tuesday, July 2, 2002
> Optional workshop Saturday, June 29, 2002
> Cornell University
> Ithaca, New York
> "Using DLESE"
> DLESE now has a limited collection, a search engine, community discussion
>groups, and resource cataloging capability. The library is ready to use.
>This year's annual meeting,
> sponsored by the National Science Foundation, will focus on
> a) the use of DLESE by educators
> b) collaborations between educators, developers and collections
> Who should attend:
> We hope for strong participation from teachers, curriculum developers,
>materials developers, content/data providers, service providers, and library
>creators. This meeting will provide a
> unique opportunity for these stakeholders to collaborate and participate in
>DLESE's continuing development. What's in it for you?
> Goals for participants and for DLESE:
> As an attendee, you will be asked to suggest or choose a disciplinary
>strand as the focus for your participation in the meeting. The first goal of
>the meeting is for groups representing
> each strand to explore issues regarding the use of DLESE collections and
>services by producing a preliminary version of a lesson, curriculum, or
>educational unit by the end of the
> A second goal is to initiate partnerships to develop tools, services, and
>collections to support the use of DLESE in specific disciplines. These
>activities will result in usable DLESE
> resources and provide valuable feedback to DLESE developers.
> Ongoing interaction among the disciplinary groups following the meeting
>will be supported by communication tools and web services available through
>DLESE to foster continuing collaboration and resource development.
>Opportunities will also be provided for specialists in collections,
>technology, and materials development to
>discuss challenges unique to their interests.
>Optional skills workshop: A skills workshop will be offered prior to the
>meeting on Saturday, June 29. These sessions will be focused activities
>designed to teach specific skills related to curriculum and materials
>development. The topics of the skills workshop will depend on your requests
>and our resources. The sessions could
>address technical as well as pedagogical skills.
>The cost of the meeting would be your airfare plus approximately $300 for
>lodging in the Cornell dorms (new, air-conditioned, single occupancy with
>bathroom shared between 2 rooms) and all meals. Other arrangements may be
>made, but will cost more. If you plan on attending the optional skills
>workshop (Saturday, June 29), an
>approximate additional cost of $75 will be assessed.
> Planning committee chair: Bill Prothero
> Program chair: Tamara Ledley
> Open the form
> Application deadline extended:
> The application deadline has been extended to March 15. We have extended
>the application deadline to reach more K-14 teachers and achieve a more
>balanced geographical distribution of attendees. Most applicants who met
>the original Feb. 11
>deadline will be at the top of the list for funding. Support is still
>Funding requests will be prioritized to achieve balance between educators
>from all venues, disciplines, and diverse backgrounds, developers from the
>full range of collections and services, and librarians and education
>specialists. Your participation is valued and needed. Please contribute
>your ideas, enthusiasm and input to
>Ralph K. Coppola, Ed.D.
>Chief Educator and
>Assistant Director for Education and Training
>The GLOBE Program
>1800 G Street, NW
>Washington, DC 20006
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