NASA's DLN provides free, interactive connections with NASA education specialists and subject matter experts. A variety of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) lessons are available through our Catalog of Interactive Events. You can also watch live DLiNfo Channel webcasts from our 10 DLN studios listed below. Check us out on FaceBook and Twitter.
upcoming live webcasts:
April 24, 11:15- 1:00 EDT: Join the JSC DLN and Teaching From Space (TFS) for a specia International Space Station (ISS) Downlink event. The webcast will begin with a presentation focusing on the International Space Station, followed by a live downlink with Astronauts on the ISS and students from the Air Force Academy and Jack Swigert Aerospace Academy in Colorado Springs, CO. Following the downlink, students from across the nation will participate in a panel discussion with Astronauts Col Jim Dutton and Col Gary Payton, both graduates of the US Air Force Academy. Watch it on the DLiNfo2 player above. (The actual start and end time may shift based on the available ISS Downlink window.)
April 25, 2-3:00 PM EDT - NASA's Digital Learning Network™, the U.S. Department of State's Collaboratory, and Google’s Connected Classrooms invite educators and students to their Mission Mars Virtual Field Trip. The online event will take place on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 2:00-3:00p.m. EDT, in conjunction with the 2014 USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C. This virtual event will feature a special lesson about Mars rovers, along with Google Hangout interactions among NASA experts and students worldwide. Watch it live here on the DLiNfo Channel!
April 30, 1 - 2 PM EDT - Chat with an Engineer En Españo NASA invites students and educators to chat with NASA engineer Heriberto Soto in Spanish. This special Digital Learning Network event will be a live interview from NASA's Kennedy Space Center to audiences across the country whose first language is Spanish. Learn about Soto's career path, challenges he faced, projects he has worked on at NASA and the future for students who want to become engineers. During the chat, ask your question by sending it via email to email@example.com or tweet the question with #askDLN.
May 1, 11:00-1:00 EDT - Join the HUNCH Extreme Science Microgravity Symposium as students from around the United States present their experiments that flew on the Zero-G plane!
May 2, 12:30-1:30 EDT: The Johnson Space Center’s DLN and Public Affairs Office are thrilled to present another Music in Space event featuring Koichi Wakata on the International Space Station. Students from Pearl Hall Elementary School Choir in Houston, TX will join Astronaut and flute player Cady Coleman, educator and flute player Jami Lupold, violinist Sergei Galperein from the Houston Symphony, and violinist Kenji Williams on the ground at JSC for a StarJAM Session with Koichi contributing his talent live from the ISS. (The actual start time may shift based on the available ISS Downlink Window.)