Citizen scientists of all ages are invited to make environmental observations that complement NASA satellite observations and help scientists studying Earth and the global environment.
|Hints for uses in your library||
Integrate NASA’s GLOBE Observer citizen science into existing interests or groups that are part of the library’s community, e.g., afterschool teen science club, garden club or photography club.
Tap into local science expertise with a talk by the local newspaper, radio, or television station’s weathercaster/ meteorologist to talk about clouds, weather, and local meteorology.
Use Elementary GLOBE storybooks for children's storyhour followed by arts and craft activities related to clouds and sky observing using GLOBE Observer.
|Facilitator Guide||Facilitator Guide|
GLOBE Observer Clouds: Getting Started
GLOBE Observer: Clouds and Cloudscape: Fundamental Science Concepts Blog
GLOBE Observer Postcard/Bookmark
GLOBE Observer Clouds: Why Observe?
GLOBE Observer: Navigation Tips
GLOBE Observer: Review and Submit
Globe Observer: Taking Pictures
NASAeClips: Citizen Science
Interview with Former GLOBE Program Participant
|Originating Source||NASA GLOBE Observer|
[Suggest a book]
Elementary GLOBE: Do You Know That Clouds Have Names
Elementary GLOBE: What's Up in the Atmosphere? Exoloring Colors in the Sky
Sharing Nature with Children by Joseph Cornell
Last Child in the Woods by Richard Louv