Creating a Learning Community for Solutions to Climate Change
Climate, Adaptation, Mitigation, E-Learning
The National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE)
and the Council of Environmental Deans and Directors (CEDD)
announce the launch of the Climate, Adaptation, Mitigation, E-Learning (CAMEL)
online resource and community portal, January 19, 2012 at the 12th NCSE National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment: Environment and Security
in Washington, DC.
CAMEL is a free, comprehensive, interdisciplinary, multi-media online resource for faculty members and other educators to enable them to effectively teach about climate change causes, consequences, solutions, and actions.
You can upload resources, build your own website, collaborate on curricular materials, teach a course, give an exam or implement a survey at: www.camelclimatechange.org
The resource types include
: Articles, Risk Assessment Tools, Assignments, Audio/podcasts, Case Studies, Correlation Views, Datasets, Glossary, Field Exercises, Games, Images, Lab Exercises, Lectures, Modules/Units, PowerPoints, Reports, Simulations, Syllabi/Lesson Plans, Videos, Websites, White Papers, Blogs, and Discussion Boards
CAMEL connects educators through Facebook
, LinkedIn, and Twitter
Please join the climate educators community at www.CAMELclimatechange.org
. You may join CAMEL here
CAMEL Introductory webinars will be presented:
- Tuesday Jan 24, 3:00 PM – EST
- Wednesday Jan 25, 2:00 PM – EST
- Tuesday Jan 31, 3:00 PM – EST
- Thursday Feb 2nd, 4:00 PM – EST
To participate, please contact Virginia (Ginny) Brown
, Project Director, email@example.com
and let us know which webinar you want to register for. Upon registration you will receive call in and log on instructions.
We look forward to your participation in this effort ~
- David M. Hassenzahl, Chatham University, Lead P.I.
- Barry Benedict, University of Texas, El Paso – Lead, Community Development
The CAMEL project is funded through the National Science Foundation, Undergraduate Education Award 095-0696.
Arnold Bloom, University of California, Davis – Lead, Content
- David Blockstein, NCSE/CEDD – Lead, Integration
- Andy Jorgensen, University of Toledo – Lead, Faculty Development
- Darren Cambridge, American Institutes for Research – Community Development
- Karl Smith, Purdue University – Education Research Consultant
- Peter Saundry, NCSE – Lead, Cyberinfrastructure
- Al Kuslikis, American Indian Higher Education Consortium – Partner
- Ginny Brown, NCSE - Project Director firstname.lastname@example.org
- Anne-Barrie Hunter, University of Colorado, Boulder – Evaluation
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