Rutgers hosted two Teaching with Data Workshops (New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 19-21, 2017 (chemistry focused), and June 2-4, 2017 (geology focused) in an effort to bring together undergraduate professors, from both community colleges and universities, from ten states to learn the software and explore classroom activities that use OOI data.
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Last weekend a Teaching with Data Workshop (New Brunswick, New Jersey, May 19-21, 2017) brought together undergraduate professors from six states to learn the software and explore pilot content developed by OOI.
Utilizing high volumes of data for research and education increases both opportunities and challenges to analyzing and synthesizing these data into scientific understanding. We are pleased to offer two workshops that explore the unprecedented opportunities to engage undergraduate learners in authentic data experiences using real-world data sets, models, and simulations from the OOI. Chemistry and […]
Thousands of young aspiring scientists and oceanographers with their families and teachers got a hands-on lesson on how to measure ocean properties from members of the OOI team during the 2014 USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C., last month.
Visually immersive game based on real-world research and ocean exploration recognized by science and engineering visualization challenge
The OOI’s “Connecting You to the Ocean” exhibit gave students the opportunity to learn how to collect data in real time from some of the oceans most unexplored and challenging depths.
The OOI Program will be participating in an upcoming Science & Engineering Career Fair for middle and high school students in Northern Virginia.
Birch Aquarium campers had an opportunity to explore the ocean virtually while playing OOI’s Deep-sea Extreme Environment Pilot (D.E.E.P.) video game
The Ocean Observatory Initiative (OOI) Education and Public Engagement (EPE) implementing organization lead several sessions to connect with potential OOI users at the “Teaching Oceanography” workshop held in San Francisco, CA last month.
The “Teaching Oceanography” workshop was designed specifically for instructors of undergraduate Introductory Oceanography. The workshop was offered through the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, funded by NSF, and in partnership with InTeGrate – Interdisciplinary Teaching of Geoscience for a Sustainable Future. (more…)
John Delaney, Director and Principal Investigator of the OOI Regional Scale Nodes (RSN) and Professor of Oceanography at the University of Washington, will take part this month in an innovative marine science public literacy event