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NASA Digital Learning Network

Welcome to the NASA DLN

distance learning services bannerNASA's Digital Learning Network provides free, interactive video- and web-conferencing events for educators interested in enhancing their STEM classes by connecting directly with NASA education specialists and subject matter experts. Register for and schedule lessons in our catalog of events.    We also feature live webcasts on the DLiNfo Channel from our 10 DLN studios.  Check us out on Facebook and Twitter.

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Announcements and Opportunities:

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DLN Event
Scheduling Procedures 

 Attention DLN Users: Please submit your request for DLN modules 2 weeks before your desired event date.  Procedures for requesting January-May Events are located on temporary calendars (Click Here). You will see links to all 7 active DLN Sites. DLN Specialists will update their calendars daily to display available and unavailable time slots.  Please follow the instructions carefully so that we
can process your requests in a timely fashion.  

Jeremy Parsons, Kennedy Space Center Engineer

"The Spaceport of the Future"

The Spaceport of the Future: NASA's Journey to Mars Begins Here
Thursday, April 16, 1-2 PM ET

Imagine a spaceport of the future, where a variety of space vehicles are preparing for launch or departing Earth on missions to expand humanity's reach into space. At NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program (GSDO) is propelling this vision forward, leading the center's transformation from a historically government-only launch complex, to a spaceport bustling with activity involving government and commercial vehicles alike.

NASA’s Digital Learning Network (DLN) and the Ground Systems Development and Operations team at Kennedy Space Center invite you to participate in an interactive webcast featuring, Engineer Jeremy Parsons.

Jeremy will webcast live from the Digital Learning Network studio at Kennedy Space Center in Florida and share information on America’s new spaceport and take questions from webcast viewers from around the country.

Submit questions for Jeremy before and during the event at dlinfochannel@gmail.com

Tweet your questions for Jeremy to answer live at #askDLN.

Earth Day Celebration!

Earth Day Celebration
Wednesday, April 22 at 1PM ET/12 PM CT

Join NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and guests from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Wednesday, April 22nd at 1:00 PM Eastern/12:00 PM Central for an Earth Day celebration!  This unique STEM-focused special event will explore climate change, how each agency studies the issue, and how students and teachers can make a difference. Don’t miss this special program with invited speakers Gina McCarthy, US EPA Administrator; and Dr Ruth Etzel, Director of Office of Children's Health Protection; along with EPA Region 6 scientist Dr. Sala Senkayi! Please contact Erin McKinley at erin.e.mckinley@nasa.gov to learn more about the event.

For more information on how NASA studies climate change, please visit: http://climate.nasa.gov

For more information about EPA’s Office of Children's Health Protection visit: http://www2.epa.gov/children.

Educator Professional Development

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Get your students’ heads in the clouds!  Register your class for Student Cloud Observations On-Line, S’COOL, where students play the role of scientists studying the impact clouds have on our atmosphere. Students
learn how to generate real-time data as cloud observers and report their observations on-line to assist NASA with validating the CERES satellite instrument.  Teachers may request to participate in this special event by emailing Sarah Crecelius at sarah.a.crecelius@nasa.gov. Limited connections available. Learn more about S’COOL and how to register here.

Educator Professional Development

Let's take a look at Earth! Learn all about how and why NASA studies our home planet through a series of satellite images and photos taken from the International Space Station. Hear about what we can learn about our atmosphere by looking at Earth from space using high-tech instruments, including SAGE III/ISS. Discuss what you can do to help understand and
care for Earth's atmosphere. Teachers may request to participate in this special event by emailing Kristyn Damadeo at kristyn.damadeo@nasa.gov

Page Last Updated: April 15th, 2015
Page Editor: Gamaliel Cherry