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GLOBE

Several cool projects, such as GLOBE, promote and support students, teachers and scientists to collaborate on inquiry-based investigations of the environment and the Earth system.

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Mars Exploration

Everything you ever wanted to know about Mars. Includes current news and projects for students of all ages.

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The Virtual Reference Desk

The Virtual Reference Desk, sponsored by ERIC, offers both experts and archived expertise.The goals of this project include building a national collaborative, maintaining a database of available services (approximately 70) and knowledge base of archived answers, a starter kit for building an expert service, and a discussion group for lessons learned.

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Department of Energy

The Department of Energy site dedicates space for those seeking expertise in energy and renewable energy, in particular.

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Exoplanet Exploration

This NASA JPL web site looks at the search for planets outside our solar system. It includes current news, discoveries, data, and interactive 3-D visualizations of exoplanets. Check out the exoplanet travel posters.

A team approach to a teachers' exchange is clearly quite valuable. How fascinating it would be to contrast the perspectives of folks in other countries on this subject.

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