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November 29, 2023
What happens if you ask students to write stories relating to Project Drawdown’s coastal and ocean sinks sector – and share their work? One outcome can be a collaborative class quilt!
November 13, 2023
I wonder if we are bringing breaking news stories in our discipline in the best way to students – in other words, are we meeting students where they are?
October 27, 2023
This report profiles key trends and emerging technologies and practices shaping the future of teaching and learning, and envisions a number of scenarios and implications for that future
September 18, 2023
What happens when ChatGPT is asked to find sources on a particular topic? Spoiler: it makes them up.
September 4, 2023
In 1996, Barbie started her career as a paleontologist – with some comments and suggestions from geologists
August 20, 2023
A liquid syllabus is designed to humanize you and your course to students and present information in a mobile-friendly format.
June 10, 2023
For those thinking about sea shanty assignments (or any other creative writing) in the next course you teach, it seems that no matter how specific the instructions and topic, “Bing is king” will be able to produce a clever output.
June 9, 2023
A great way to protect sea turtles is to share knowledge.
June 7, 2023
NOAA’s Voices Oral History Archives collects interviews of scientists and stakeholders involved in ocean and climate issues. One additional example is the oral narratives of those from the Kodiak King Crab Fishery.
June 6, 2023
Seattle welcomes (back) a Wyland Whaling Wall! These murals are large and in prominent locations, catching the attention of those passing by. Hopefully, the images also generate conversations around the story of the mural, and the greater challenges facing our ocean as a whole.