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  1. iSWOOP tv

    iSWOOP_tv.pngWatch on the Smithsonian Channel or download the app! iSWOOP Part of National Parks documentary The Smithsonian Channel’s documentary explores how … . TERC's iSWOOP project is presented as an example of modern-day uses for recreation and science education. More
    TERC HomeAug 30, 2016
  2. iSWOOP 2.0 Launch

    Awards nominee Flora Lichtman emcees the event, which is sponsored by College of the Atlantic and the iSWOOP project. Featured speakers include: Muneer Hashem … http://coa.edu/calendar/event_id/12258/view/event http://coa.edu/calendar/event_id/12258/view/event or contact jhughes@coa.edu mailto:jhughes@coa.edu. About iSWOOP iSWOOP advances STEM
    NewsroomMay 17, 2016
  3. iSWOOP Symposium 2018

    iSWOOP_symposium.png iSWOOP Symposium Museum exhibit designers, endangered species researchers, citizen science leaders, and iSWOOP project leaders will meet to make their case for scientists to increase the visibility of their cutting edge research by exploring partnerships with informal educators. Those
    TERC HomeDec 28, 2017
  4. iSWOOP: Interpreters and Scientists Working On-Site at Our Parks

    iSWOOPLogo_finalv7_wtag_webbig.png iSWOOP is a professional development program that helps park rangers bridge the gap between the public and the researchers at Acadia National Park, Boston Harbor Islands, Carlsbad Caverns, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Jean LaFitte National Park, and Joshua Tree National Park. iSWOOP is a way
    R&D ProjectsJul 24, 2017
  5. iSWOOP 2

    iSWOOP2v3.png Reaching Millions of Visitors TERC’s iSWOOP2.0 Launches National Science Communications Program in Acadia TERC unveils a nation-wide effort to make the scientific research happening in and around America’s national parks visible to the public. More » HOME
    TERC HomeMay 18, 2016
  6. iSWOOP in Joshua Tree National Park

    Coming soon . . .
    NewsroomFeb 02, 2017
  7. TERC_HO_FALL2015_CountBats.pdf

    emphasizes how we know what we know, rather than bat facts alone. He is changing his talks based on his experiences in the pilot iSWOOP program (Interpreters and Scientists Working on Our Parks). Rangers learn from iSWOOP to hold back and guide visitors to answer their own or each others’ questions in order to build
    TERC Home / … / InvPD Summer 2019Apr 08, 2019
  8. TERC_HO_FALL2015_CountBats.pdf

    emphasizes how we know what we know, rather than bat facts alone. He is changing his talks based on his experiences in the pilot iSWOOP program (Interpreters and Scientists Working on Our Parks). Rangers learn from iSWOOP to hold back and guide visitors to answer their own or each others’ questions in order to build
    TERC Home / … / SML 2019Mar 29, 2019
  9. TERC_HO_FALL2015_CountBats.pdf

    emphasizes how we know what we know, rather than bat facts alone. He is changing his talks based on his experiences in the pilot iSWOOP program (Interpreters and Scientists Working on Our Parks). Rangers learn from iSWOOP to hold back and guide visitors to answer their own or each others’ questions in order to build
  10. TERC_HO_FALL2015_CountBats.pdf

    emphasizes how we know what we know, rather than bat facts alone. He is changing his talks based on his experiences in the pilot iSWOOP program (Interpreters and Scientists Working on Our Parks). Rangers learn from iSWOOP to hold back and guide visitors to answer their own or each others’ questions in order to build