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Jeffrey Salvitti
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I love how +Google+ empowers the public to particiapte in new science and space discoveries. Very cool +SETI Institute 
 
Join us for this Google Hangout to discuss the latest news about Pluto's tiniest moons, "P4" and "P5". Franck Marchis, senior astronomer at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute, will host the event. Our guests will be two scientists who have been directly involved in the discoveries, Mark Showalter, Senior Research Scientist at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute, and Hal Weaver, Researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Nadia Drake, science reporter from Wired and Alan Boyle Science editor at NBC News Digital will moderate it.
Questions from the viewers will be taken during the event using Twitter (#PlutoMoons), our Facebook page (SETI Institute) and the Google hangout.
#Plutorocks  
Update on the Moons of Pluto
Mon, February 11, 2013, 11:00 AM PST
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Another great #virtualfieldtrip  coming up today with +Minnesota Zoo. Its their 1st one, so be sure to tune in!
 
Take a break; take a Virtual Field Trip
Whew, we had a great time hanging out this morning with the students, staff and birds! Follow along via the lesson plan and hangout experiments: http://www.zooatlanta.org/media/file/ZooATL_flight_hangout_lessonplan_experiments.pdf

Love Virtual Field Trips? Check out the next one, this Thursday from our friends at the +Minnesota Zoo https://plus.google.com/u/0/100498829809025377743/posts/WKb7US89dgF

#virtualfieldtrip   #hangoutsonair  
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Woo hoo! +Minnesota Zoo we just got called into a lunch meeting but we're hoping to catch the first bit.
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5 minutes until +Zoo Atlanta's #virtrualfieldtrip  on the Physics and Biology of Flight . If you have ever watched +Zoo Atlanta's Hangouts on Air then you know you are in for a treat. 
 
We’re excited to announce our next Hangout On Air: The Physics and Biology of Flight! It will be part of the +Google+ Virtual Field Trip and will take place on Tuesday, January 29 at 10am EST.

We have a few spots open for classroom participation, if you have a classroom that is interested, please comment below. The theme will be curriculum based around the 4th grade level. The hangout will feature biofacts, classroom activities, and an animal encounter from Savanna our Lanner falcon and the Soren the Barn owl.  
 
#hangoutsonair   #virtualfieldtrip  
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Pretty awesome +New England Aquarium and +Jeff Ives 
 
New England Aquarium hung out with 2 people. #hangoutsonairEmily Bauernfeind and Palmer Station
Antarctica Expedition Hangout on Air - 1/23 1:30 p.m. EST
New England Aquarium and 2 others participated
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Join us for a live webcast with scientists in Antarctica!

Tune in right here on Wednesday, January 23, at 1:30 p.m. EST to hear directly from scientists at the Palmer Long Term Ecological Research station in Antarctica. Learn about the local residents—penguins!—and find out what high-tech tools the researchers are using to study the oceans and climate in this remote corner of the world.

Details of the expedition so far are online at http://explorers.neaq.org
Antarctica Expedition Hangout on Air
Wed, January 23, 2013, 1:30 PM EST
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Another great Hangout on Air with +SETI Institute. They will be discussing the recent discovery of the two new moons around Pluto, and will be sharing exciting updates! Be sure to tune in. 
 
Join us for this Google Hangout to discuss the latest news about Pluto's tiniest moons, "P4" and "P5". Franck Marchis, senior astronomer at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute, will host the event. Our guests will be two scientists who have been directly involved in the discoveries, Mark Showalter, Senior Research Scientist at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute, and Hal Weaver, Researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Nadia Drake, science reporter from Wired Magazine and Alan Boyle of NBC News Digital will moderate it.
Questions from the viewers will be taken during the event using Twitter (#PlutoMoons), our Facebook page (SETI Institute) and the Google hangout.
#Plutorocks  
Update on the Moons of Pluto
Mon, February 11, 2013, 11:00 AM PST
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Absolutely love this picture of students using +Google+ to access educational lessons from top institutions around the country. A great example of learning without geographic boundaries. 

This particular picture is of student partcipating in +Zoo Atlanta's #virtualfieldtrip  series of Hangouts on Air. Students were treated to a interactive lesson on the biology and science of flight by interacting with owls, falcons and the zoologist who handle them.

Keep an eye out for the #virtualfieldtrip  hashtag to follow more organizations participating in this movement.  


picture coutesy of +Caroline Schaab 
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Thank you +Jeffrey Salvitti It is so important to see understanding of the world and its people moving to include the early grade school levels.  I know that many public schools have signed up to become "Google Schools" and that it opens up a huge amount of media and connectivity for schools that have well-developed network infrastructure.   Many, many schools try to get technology levies approved to do this type of thing, but even in the relatively stable community where we live, those levies fail because the word does not get out on how important they are for students.  Access to Information is I think a area which is rising almost to the level of a human right.  We just can't afford to have broad areas of digital Have NOT's.    
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This is a really awesome concept I am very passionate about. Amazing educational lessons and tools being offered to small and medium sized businesses by the Get American Business Online team 

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During this week's #Friday15, we will teach you: Tips for Sprucing Up The Text on Your Website!  Google's Friday 15 is an education series that covers small business tips in 15 minutes or less.  Join us this Friday, 1/25 at 11 a.m. PST/ 2 p.m. EST as we address questions like:  
- How much text should a website include?
- How should I write text for a website?
- How do I make the text on a website look professional?  

www.gybo.com/Friday15
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An awesome combination of expert guidance, educational slides, and fantastic behind the scenes imagery from +New England Aquarium in the Antartica Expedition Hangout. Awesome job. 
 
New England Aquarium hung out with 2 people. #hangoutsonairEmily Bauernfeind and Palmer Station
Antarctica Expedition Hangout on Air - 1/23 1:30 p.m. EST
New England Aquarium and 2 others participated
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New to using Google+ Communities? Check out this great beginners guide from +Mashable 

http://mashable.com/2013/01/18/google-plus-communities-beginners-guide/
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