DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 13. Education Posters

Displayed, 9:00am Tuesday - 3:00pm Saturday, Highlighted, Tuesday,
November 27, 2001, 5:00-7:00pm, French Market Exhibit Hall

13.01 Opportunities for Education and Public Outreach (E/PO) Support Through NASA’s Office of Space Science (OSS)
L. Lowes (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. Rosendhal (NASA Office of Space Science)
13.02 Working with NASA's OSS E/PO Support Network
E. D. Miner, L. L. Lowes (Jet Propulsion Laboratory and SSE Forum)
13.03 Planetary Science Data Products and Tools Available for Education and Public Outreach
P. Liggett (JPL)
13.04 The OSS On-line Resource Directory/National Science Education Standards ``Quilt"/Science Concepts Matrix: Useful Tools for E/PO
R. Knudsen, A. Hammon (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), NASA Solar System Exploration Education and Public Outreach Forum Team, NASA Origins Education and Public Outreach Forum Team, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Office of Education Team
13.05 An On-line Menu of Opportunities for Scientists in Education (MOSIE)
C. A. Morrow, J. B. Harold (Space Science Institute)
13.06 Involving Scientists in the NASA / JPL Solar System Educators Program
E. Brunsell (Space Explorers, Inc.), J. Hill (French Camp Academy)
13.07 Reaching out to the Community: A DPS Speakers' Bureau
R.M.C. Lopes (JPL/Caltech), L. Lebofsky (University of Arizona), E. Miner, L. Lowes (JPL/Caltech)
13.08 Challenger Center's Window on the Universe
T. A. Livengood, J. J. Goldstein, S. Smith, M. Bobrowsky, M. Radnofsky, J.-M. Perelmuter, L. Jaggar (Challenger Center)
13.09 Reaching the Communities Beyond the Campus - WINNERSS, A Wisconsin Idea Project
S.S. Limaye (Space Science and Engineering Center, UW-Madison), R.A. Pertzborn (Office of Space Science Education, UW-Madison), B. Emerick (Office of Education Outreach, UW-Madison), J.M. Lattis (Space Astronomy Laboratory, UW-Madison)
13.10 Working with Informal Education: Opportunities for Scientists to Work with the Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA)
R. Betrue (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
13.11 Working With Solar System Ambassadors
K. Ferrari (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
13.12 Bringing Planetary Science to the Public through Traveling Exhibitions
P. B. Dusenbery (Space Science Institute)
13.13 Water Erosion on Mars: Extension of the GEMS Guide ``River Cutters" to the Surface of Mars
J. L. Rivera (Pomona College), B. J. Buratti (Jet Propulsion Lab)
13.14 Global TIE: Developing a Virtual Network of Robotic Observatories for K-12 Education
L.A. Mayo (NASA/GSFC), G. Clark (NASA/JPL)
13.15 What makes a science class introductory?
L.M. French (Wheelock College)
13.16 New Features in the ADS Abstract Service
G. Eichhorn, A. Accomazzi, C.S. Grant, M.J. Kurtz, V. ReyBacaicoa, S.S. Murray (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)

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