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NASATalk promotes NASA initiatives to improve science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.  NASATalk collaboratives and blogs highlight STEM opportunities available through AESP, DLN, NES, and ePDN projects. We hope that NASATalk inspires you to explore NASA resources, share ideas, join collaboratives, and post your comments. Educators can organize their own online collaborative and publish their own blog on NASATalk.  Read More...

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NASA DLN Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary PDF Print E-mail
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The NASA Digital Learning Network (DLN) is
 celebrating its tenth Anniversary (2003-2013) and will be hosting several events during the upcoming school year.  Educators can join the DLN group as they honor past and present students, teachers, staff, and supporters.

NASA's Digital Learning Network™ began in the spring of 2003 with three sites and expanded during the following 3 years to include all 10 NASA field centers. The DLN has reached close to 1 million students and teachers with videoconferences and webcasts that feature NASA-related science, technology, engineering, and mathematics instruction. With standards-based IP videoconference systems and high-speed Internet connectivity, participants can take advantage of free interactive lessons and professional development events through distance learning technologies.

If you have not participated in DLN programming, you need to give it a try.  The easiest way to get started is to click on the DLiNfo channel window below view what's being aired live.  Another quick way to get started with DLN is to view the DLN event catalog.  Bring NASA to your 2013-2014 school year through the DLN.  Join the celebration by sharing info about your favorite DLN program.


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