BRD0001 - NCTC Live Broadcasts

Course CodeBRD0001
Course TitleNCTC Live Broadcasts
DescriptionNCTC Broadcasts are programs on a variety of topics. They include photography, climate change, biodiversity, restoration, wildlife, science, developing employees, and many others.

NCTC Hosted Broadcast Locations:
http://nctc.fws.gov/broadcasts
Delivery MethodBroadcast
Instructional Hours0
Credits/CEUs0.0
Non-FWS Fee$0.00
Course Content ContactRHONDA MILLER; Phone: 304-876-7325; Email: rhonda_miller@fws.gov;
Extracted from DOI LEARN on10/24/2014 4:00:26 AM

Schedule:  BRD0001 - NCTC Live Broadcasts

StartEndSession ContactSession Details
10/21/2014 10/21/2014 Randy Robinson
(304) 876-7450
randy_robinson@fws.gov

Conservation Connect - Environmental Education Update

2 pm – 3 pm ET

This distance learning series, presented quarterly by NCTC’s Division of Education Outreach staff, features current environmental education topics and highlights upcoming environmental education courses offered by NCTC and our partners. This series is also an opportunity to share the various environmental education resources and training opportunities that are available to FWS employees and to network with colleagues and partners. The October 21 session will provide an overview ofConservation Connect, the new web-based video series produced by NCTC which aims to connect youth, ages 9-14, with the great outdoors, wildlife species, and conservation careers. You’ll be able to join in with your questions and comments on Conservation Connect via the Livestream chat room.

Join EE Update host Michele Donlan and the Conservation Connect team, Chelsea McKinney, Kathy Sholl and Randy Robinson for a lively discussion on the use of new technology to enhance environmental education.

Livestream Broadcast Link: http://nctc.fws.gov/conservationconnect

https://www.facebook.com/USFWSConservationConnect

10/29/2014 10/29/2014 Randy Robinson
(304) 876-7450
randy_robinson@fws.gov

Project Edubat – Education Taking Flight

2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Time

Bats are amazing animals that are vital to the health of our environment and economy - eating tons of insects nightly, pollinating flowers, and spreading seeds that that grow new plants and even trees. Join us for an exciting, live broadcast,“Project Edubat – Education Taking Flight” on October 29th at 2pm ET to learn more about these important animals. This free broadcast will feature activities, resources, and lesson plans to help you teach both children and adults about bats. Learn how to use newly developed bat educational trunks that will be available across the country for your use! Special appearances by live bats and a few of our favorite bat experts including Cathy Johnson, U.S. Forest Service, Dianne Odegard, Bat Conservation International, Ann Froschauer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Leslie Sturges, The Save Lucy Campaign.

Livestream Broadcast Link: http://nctc.fws.gov/broadcasts