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PRI's Earth@Home Fall Webinar Series

Please join Paleontological Research Institute (PRI) with Penn State Center for Science and the Schools and the Penn State Water Resources Center for one or more of our upcoming one-hour workshop series on online resources for teaching about Earth science, climate, and biodiversity.

The webinars are developed and presented by the Paleontological Research Institution (PRI) in Ithaca, NY. The series is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Water Resources Research Center with support from the US Geological Survey (104B), in collaboration with the Center for Science and the Schools at Penn State, the Creek Connections program at Allegheny College, and the Critical Zone Collaborative Network (NSF Award EAR-2012893).

In these workshops, authors of PRI's Earth@Home website and The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change will provide an overview of free online activities, 3-D digital specimen collections, videos, and additional content that we hope you will find useful.

All webinars are from 4:00 - 5:00 PM on the following dates:

• Wednesday, Nov 18: General Overview of PRI’s Earth @ Home teaching resources

• Monday, Nov 23: Earth @ Home: Geological Teaching Resources (e.g,. 3-D specimens, Virtal Field Experiences, Teacher Friendly Guide series)

• Monday, Nov 30: Earth @ Home: Climate Teaching Resources (e.g., online climate resources, Teacher Friendly Guide - Climate Change, feature activities)

• Monday, Dec 7: Earth @ Home: Biological Teaching Resources (e.g,. bioblitzes and iNaturalist)

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Opportunity Info


November 18, 2020 - December 7, 2020


4:00pm - 5:00pm





Act 48/45 Credits Available:


Host Information

Host: Paleontological Research Institution

Main Contact: Dr. Kathleen Hill


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