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Share the Adventure! BLM Electronic Field Trips

Produced in conjunction with Distance Learning Integrators, these web-based programs feature three segments:

  • a "virtual visit";
  • an "Ask the Experts" segment in which BLM specialists answer student questions online; and
  • a student journal, which allows educators to assess student learning. 

Click here to find out more about how teachers and students can participate in this exciting new project. Classes should register in advance to participate in the complete program.
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ELECTRONIC FIELDTRIP ARCHIVES

BLM has also produced hour-long satellite broadcasts on a variety of topics. Websites for these broadcasts are listed below. Each contains information on the topic, links for additional information, and a comprehensive educators guide. Videotape copies of the broadcasts are available from BLM.

BLM Electronic Field Trip 2001 -  Discovering Dinosaurs

Share the Adventure! Discovering Dinosaurs
BLM Environmental Education Electronic Field Trip, October 2001
Visit the excavation of a rare dinosaur at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah.

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BLM Electronic Field Trip 2002 -  Exploring Wildland Fire

Share the Adventure! Exploring Wildland Fire
BLM Environmental Education Electronic Field Trip, November 2002

Explains the science behind the news reports of wildfires. Includes student reports from Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, and Florida.
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BLM Electronic Field Trip 2004 -  Tracking Habitat Change

Share the Adventure! Tracking Habitat Change
BLM Environmental Education Electronic Field Trip, March 2004

Students learn about habitat and the ways in which scientists use technology to help them understand habitat change.
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