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May 4, 2009 5:00:31 PM - PBS COUSTEAU


00:10 - greg.limperis
    Hi Jenny

00:35 - Penny Burger
    Incredible guest!

01:28 - Eduardo Peirano
    Great guest!

02:25 - Eduardo Peirano
    Already tweeted about this session

03:12 - afein
    how do u get the wide screnn for the chat messages

03:16 - mrsdurff
    in other words durff, be good

03:47 - PeggyG
    @afein-select view and wide layout

03:49 - Lorraine Leo
    not showing yet...

04:05 - Renee
    where is the pointer?

04:12 - Eduardo Peirano
    where?

04:44 - mireille
    toronto, canada

04:56 - Marouane
    Morocco

04:59 - greg.limperis
    What are the X's

05:29 - Paul in WI
    Who else is in SE WI?

05:31 - Penny Burger
    woohoo! Go Iowa!

05:39 - PeggyG
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   always love seeing the maps light up :-) lots from the east coast

05:41 - kevin
   Massachusetts - gray and cool

06:01 - JKracke
   CT also gray and cool

06:02 - greg.limperis
   Kevin Where in Massachusetts?

06:20 - greg.limperis
   I am from Southern NH

06:21 - Barb from Oz
   From Melbourne - crisp, sunny autumn day...

06:22 - EnviroEdCanada
   Vancouver, Canada

06:33 - Terry Johnson
   I don't have any audio. Is there something I can do?

06:49 - Eduardo Peirano
   Montevideo, Uruguay

06:51 - Steve Hargadon
   @Terry: run tools > audio > audio setup wizard.

06:56 - greg.limperis
   Terry, did you do the audio setup?

07:04 - Mellie Lewis
   Will the slides be archived for us to use later in our classrooms?

07:38 - Steve Hargadon
   Feel free to put questions in the chat and I will keep track of.

07:39 - Colleen
   Warrington, PA says, Hello

08:08 - greg.limperis
   Jenny can we vote for more thanone?

08:17 - Steve Hargadon
   @greg: no, Just one!

08:25 - Marouane
   In Morocco we don't have grades
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08:25 - mrsdurff
    PreK-12 = E

08:32 - greg.limperis
    What if we teach all middle school 5-8?

08:44 - Marouane
    but i teach students aged between 14 and 16

09:06 - Terry Johnson
    Yes and it worked. Thank you

09:18 - Chrystal A
    I am getting my K-8 certification

09:46 - mrsdurff
    Marouane - high school

10:15 - Elise
    Can I see one online?

10:42 - grace white
    mimi where have u seen it?

11:05 - greg.limperis
    Is that portal free?

11:06 - Penny Burger
    super! no TV here

11:38 - mireille
    looking good

11:40 - Renee
    My screen is blank

11:47 - Paul in WI
    i see the poll only

11:49 - Nancy
    Nothing

12:20 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/

12:29 - Paul in WI
    huh???
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12:41 - mireille
    they are such wonderful mammals

12:55 - Terry Johnson
    I saw this last week on PBS. It was mesmerizing

12:58 - Steve Hargadon
    If the web window didn't come up for you, you can use your own browser and go to
    the link I just gave (now or after the show).

13:38 - EnviroEdCanada
    Looks like the West Coast for sure!

13:44 - Jenny Bradbury
    The PBS video portal is free. The URL is http://www.pbs.org/video. Both new
    Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures episodes can be screened there in their
    entirety.

13:48 - Eduardo Peirano
    have low bandwidth at night

14:30 - Steve Hargadon
    @eduardo: to bad. The chat with the links will be saved and you can look at later.

15:04 - PeggyG
    Wow! that was amazing full screen!!

15:17 - kevin
    Does PBS re-air the show? When?

15:18 - mrsdurff
    yes!

15:19 - Steve Hargadon
    Done here.

15:22 - mireille
    finished

15:29 - EnviroEdCanada
    Sorry I missed it first time around on PBS

15:32 - Cyndy
    nice

15:33 - PeggyG
    very inspiring!

16:06 - Robert 1
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    There is an echo in your audio

16:07 - mrsdurff
    CLAP!

16:08 - EnviroEdCanada
    Are there any restrictions to watching the video if you are outside the US?

16:09 - Eduardo Peirano
    hi Steve, I am the College 2.0 Ning creator

16:10 - Marouane
    Amazing

16:22 - Robert 1
    The echo is distracting.

16:56 - Holly Lohuis
    is the sound ok

16:58 - plnaugle
    Hello everyone. Paula here from New Olreans.

16:58 - Barb from Oz
    Great! access isn't limited to North America - like so much of the on-line stuff.

17:00 - mrsdurff
    audio is fine here

17:13 - Robert 1
    The audio is not very good in GA.

17:23 - plnaugle
    Great audio here.

17:24 - Robert 1
    There is an echo that is distracting

17:26 - mireille
    what a wonderful way to see the world

17:38 - Eduardo Peirano
    audio is great here

17:55 - Cyndy
    sound keeps going in and out- San Francisco

18:01 - Kim T.
    Audio goingin and out in Arizona
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18:12 - Marouane
    in Morocco as well

18:14 - Penny Weissman
    for me as well in NJ

18:15 - Robert 1
    Sound is not very good. there is a problem on this end.

18:17 - MKothari
    sound okay in the U.K.

18:21 - patty
    audio great "hear"

18:30 - diverdan
    audio's going in and out in New York

18:33 - Barb from Oz
    Audio is fine in Oz

18:45 - Jenny
    Hi I am so excited to have this opportunity. My family had plans to stay at your resort
    in FIji over winter break, but Fiji was having political trouble and Dengue fever
    broke out so we just passed through. Hopefully sometime in the future.

19:16 - Robert 1
    There is an echo and we are hearing two voices

19:32 - Marouane
    what is PBS?

19:45 - Elise
    Public Broadcasting System

19:46 - PeggyG
    @Robert 1-do you have another window open that is playing something?

19:56 - Steve Hargadon
    @Robert: Try running the tools > audio > audio setup. No echo here.

20:06 - Marouane
    10x Elise

20:14 - Robert 1
    Yes that was the problem.

20:14 - mireille
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    yies

20:14 - Kristen Plemon
    @ marouane - you can learn more at http://www.pbs.org

20:15 - Terry Johnson
    It is a not-for profit television/radio

20:17 - mireille
    yikes

20:28 - PeggyG
    these photos are incredible!!

20:48 - myrielle badio
    amazing pictures

20:48 - patty
    awesome ray picture

21:19 - Terry Johnson
    Boy I sure would love to do some field research with Mr. Cousteau

21:29 - Jenny
    me too

21:29 - myrielle badio
    me too

21:32 - mireille
    they are so cute

21:34 - Chrystal A
    I agree with Terry!

21:35 - Robert 1
    I have not watched the show because I have only recently learned about the series.
    I will watch them now.

21:55 - Louise Maine
    Spectacular!

22:00 - kevin
    yet so many of us "explored" with his dad

22:03 - Chrystal A
    It's a favorite wiht my children, too

22:05 - greg.limperis
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    Mr. Cousteau, I think the problem is limited to curriculum. I know there is little
    marine science study in the middle school curriculum

22:14 - Janet English
    What about teachers doing global research with JM Cousteau and Ocean Futures.
    Is it possible?

22:21 - plnaugle
    When I was little I wanted to grow up to be Jacques Cousteau.

22:27 - Terry Johnson
    Me too

22:28 - Kim Flack
    these photos are fantastic! will they be available through PBS Teachers for
    student/classroom use?

22:28 - patty
    oh good idea janet

22:29 - Louise Maine
    Global research would be wonderful

22:41 - Jenny
    Count me in

22:48 - patty
    imagine diving with him!!!

22:51 - Elise
    Is that a Blue Morpho Butterfly?

22:55 - Chrystal A
    What glacier is that?

23:02 - greg.limperis
    Where is that glacier picture from?

23:09 - Terry Johnson
    In the Andes I think

23:13 - Colleen
    This is a wonderful opportunity.

23:14 - greg.limperis
    Where is that glacier picture from?

23:16 - Andrea Swensrud
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    There are some images on the Ocean Adventures website for teachers and students
    to use in class projects.

23:17 - Holly Lohuis
    yes blue morpho.....the glacier in peru

23:23 - mireille
    my god

23:25 - Chrystal A
    Our glaciers in Alaska are also shrinking

23:40 - Holly Lohuis
    yakutat....se ak

23:52 - Terry Johnson
    It breaks my heart thinking about all the damage we are doing with climate change

23:57 - plnaugle
    Having access to these photos would be wonderful for teachers.

24:23 - Mary Ellen Lynch
    love this polar bear photo

24:23 - Holly Lohuis
    this in canada

24:24 - Dorie Glynn
    yes it would

24:39 - Elise
    That makes me sad for the Polar Bears

24:41 - Holly Lohuis
    off of baffin island

24:55 - greg.limperis
    It would be nice to have a little description or location on each picture

24:59 - Jenny
    The new Earth movie by Disney is a great teacing tool about Global Warming and
    the demise of the polar bears

25:22 - Marouane
    yes it s a great idea greg.Limperis

25:28 - Elise
    I read a piece of writing about how "finning" was killing off sharks that will effect food
    chain down to the photo plankton.
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25:29 - Paul in WI
    i showed "an inconvenient truth" last week and couldn't believe how well the
    students responded--totally involved and concerned

25:33 - plnaugle
    What majestic creatures polar bears are.

25:40 - Paul in WI
    it gives me hope

25:44 - grace white
    rlk where r u from?

25:52 - patty
    moby dick?

26:07 - Terry Johnson
    beluga whales. One of my favorites

27:32 - greg.limperis
    What are we looking at?

27:50 - Holly Lohuis
    yup

27:50 - patty
    what are the round things

27:59 - Elise
    flotsam floats?

28:03 - EnviroEdCanada
    ocean garbage-- buoys and floats

28:11 - Terry Johnson
    trash I think. I wish I could go there and do a coastal cleanu[

28:23 - mrsdurff
    fantastic photos! are they available for classroom use?

28:26 - Barb from Oz
    Net floats

28:36 - Sue
    we need to find ways to quit using plastic, better recycle all of it!!

28:51 - Mary Ellen Lynch
    yes, can we show our classes these pictures?
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28:56 - Jenny
   Do a clean up locally, you'll fell better about doing your part.

29:08 - Steve Hargadon
   @tim: we'll do Q&A at the end or you can ask a question in the chat and I'll keep
   track of.

29:17 - greg.limperis
   can the pictures be zipped in a folder and downloaded?

29:26 - Tim
   Hit the wrong button sorry...

29:32 - PeggyG
   you can download all of the slides from the blue disc at the top--save as PDF

29:37 - plnaugle
   Hello Holly.

29:38 - mrsdurff
   clap for Jean Michel

29:40 - Steve Hargadon
   @Tim: No problem.

29:58 - Andrea Swensrud
   Greg, we have some photos on the Ocean Adventures website for educational use.

30:06 - Jenny Bradbury
   At the end of tonight's event, you can save the slide deck so that you have copies of
   all of the slides. To do so, click on the save disc at the top left.

30:30 - Marouane
   Thanks 4 this nice introduvtion Mr Cousteau

31:04 - Elena 2
   do we wait till the end to do that then or can we do it now?

31:17 - EnviroEdCanada
   I thought people were calling them Orcas more commonly than Killer Whales???

31:51 - plnaugle
   Thanks for the info on how to save the pictures Pegg.

32:13 - PeggyG
   that is a wonderful feature of Elluminate :-)

32:32 - Kim T.
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    Wahoo, saved them, will share with teachers tomorrow!

32:43 - plnaugle
    I just learned something new about Elluminate. Love it.

32:47 - mireille
    i need to leave. I have a little one who is asking for a story. this has been fabulous
    and I have made a link to the pbs videos thanks to all the moderators. what a
    wonderful opportunity to be exposed to this

33:02 - Steve Hargadon
    @mireille: there will be a full recording.

33:14 - Steve Hargadon
    We'll talk about savings slides in the Q&A

33:22 - EnviroEdCanada
    YAY BC. Who was that person?

34:00 - EnviroEdCanada
    OH yes, Alex does a lot of work with salmon farms

34:25 - EnviroEdCanada
    sea lice

34:45 - Kim T.
    Sea Lice?

35:13 - EnviroEdCanada
    Sea lice is on the farmed salmon and infects the wild salmon stocks in BC

35:20 - EnviroEdCanada
    It's a huge issue out here

35:52 - Kim T.
    :) Thought I would see you here!

36:28 - diverdan
    Tyce?

36:29 - OtahuhuInt
    Unpleasant creatures. We get them in NZ too.

37:46 - Heidi Chaves
    Passion and dedication describes many teachers I know, should be a good match to
    these scientists.

38:02 - Elise
    PBBE's? What are they from?
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38:38 - Sue Mocklin
   when sharing this info to students how is it recieved by the students

38:42 - EnviroEdCanada
   Is there an ALL OF THE ABOVE button? :)

39:04 - susan bolender
   Great program, sorry I have to lv for a class. Pls send any info/sites I can see with
   my students. Thanks

39:12 - Terry Johnson
   I agree. I am having a hard time choosing

39:13 - mrsdurff
   clap

39:22 - Marouane
   is there any? They are all of paramount importance

39:25 - susan bolender
   Susan Bolender is me. Thanx again

39:29 - plnaugle
   Hi Angie.

39:35 - Cyndy
   clapclap

39:48 - Jenny
   Very hard to choose just one.

39:54 - mrsdurff
   i agree with all of the above

39:58 - Sue Mocklin
   Hi angie - Rooftop is watching

40:02 - Barb from Oz
   PBBE - polybrominated diphenyl ether

40:06 - EnviroEdCanada
   All of the above, really.

40:17 - Robert 1
   All five are important for students to learn.

40:19 - Cyndy
   You go Angie-Cyndy we are here
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40:25 - EnviroEdCanada
   What a fabulous job you must have, Holly.

40:47 - Kim T.
   I am confident many of us will be visiting the site tonight!

40:48 - Robert 1
   i checked no but will login tonight

41:08 - Elena 2
   same here

41:39 - plnaugle
   Bet the traffic to the website will increase now.

42:05 - mrsdurff
   ocean literacy - never thought of that one!

42:10 - greg.limperis
   Genevieve where are you from?

42:27 - Genevieve
   Milwaukee, Wisconsin

42:38 - mj page
   are resources free to use or is membership required?

42:40 - greg.limperis
   Thanks, Not the person I thought

42:42 - plnaugle
   @mrsdurff How are you?

42:54 - Genevieve
   Not a common name!

42:56 - Holly Lohuis
   For the person who asked about pbde=polybrominated diphenyl ether: synthentic
   flame retardants; some are now know to be toxic

43:31 - Elena 2
   is this subscription?

43:40 - Kim Flack
   can we find these through the search on PBS Teachers?

43:45 - Jenny Bradbury
   Everything Andrea's showing is free.
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43:59 - Jenny Bradbury
    Yes, teachers can find all of these resources at pbsteachers.org.

44:01 - plnaugle
    @mrsdurff Yes, you are being good.

44:02 - Sue Mocklin
    Can the lessons be completed as an independent projects?

44:02 - Kim T.
    Free, out favorite word!

44:07 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/oceanadventures

44:16 - Mary Ellen Lynch
    i don't see it yet

44:25 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/video/

44:53 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/educators/

45:12 - EnviroEdCanada
    Very user-friendly website. WELL DONE!

45:29 - Elise
    I have been to this site.

45:57 - Barb from Oz
    Very useful - congratulations on the organisation

46:12 - Elise
    I didn't realize it was J-M Cousteau's page.

46:15 - Jennifer
    Great site

46:22 - kevin
    variety and content appears great

46:39 - mrsdurff
    grade levels for lessons?

46:42 - Louise Maine
    Excellent set of resources!
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46:46 - myrielle badio
    wonderful site can not wait to use it

47:10 - Paul in WI
    incredible resources!!

47:21 - Jenny Bradbury
    The resources are primarily targeted at middle school students, but they can
    definitely be adapted for use with older and younger students.

47:25 - Elise
    Ahh the Sharks at risk will tell me more about finning.

47:29 - Mary Ellen Lynch
    wow! thanks

47:41 - EnviroEdCanada
    Looks like they would be easily adapted, Jenny.

47:52 - Marouane
    that's really amazing

47:58 - plnaugle
    Great tour of the website. Thank you.

48:01 - Cyndy
    lclapclap yeh

48:10 - Jenny Bradbury
    You can also sign up to get newsletters from KQED letting you know about new
    resources and programs.

48:56 - EnviroEdCanada
    I have to go and start the cimmute home-- wish I could stay! THANKS FOR THIS
    PBS, JEAN MICHEL COUSTEAU et al!!

49:01 - Jenny Bradbury
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/educators/treasures/spectacularsquid.ht
    ml

49:03 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/educators/treasures/spectacularsquid.ht
    ml

49:16 - myrielle badio
    I going to start a paper free classroom next year. this is a great way to start for
    next year

49:23 - Janet English
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    Giving the kids a reason to care about the ocean and a method to express it will
    empower them to rally around the cause.

49:34 - Carol Arc
    IS thi s a membershi

49:43 - JKracke
    great idea.

49:45 - Carol Arc
    Is this a membership site?

49:49 - Jenny Bradbury
    All of the resources on the Ocean Adventures site are free.

49:52 - Steve Hargadon
    Great idea!

49:58 - Carol Arc
    yes

50:01 - Cyndy
    excellent idea for building curiosity

50:05 - Chrystal A
    Carol Arc - you can register for PBS as an educator!

50:13 - Carol Arc
    thanks

50:24 - Sue Mocklin
    Do they come up with better questions than the teacher guide provides

50:30 - plnaugle
    That's a great idea for first view of any video clip.

50:33 - Elise
    Most of my students have never seen a squid

50:48 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/educators/seaghosts/beluga-balancingact
    .html

51:03 - Barb from Oz
    There's a great Giant Squid dissection & discussion at
    http://museumvictoria.com.au/giantsquid

51:15 - myrielle badio
    how would a math teacher use the website
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51:18 - Jenny
    Wow, 7 class periods for jusst one topic?

51:31 - Carol Arc
    sorry what's a psa?

51:35 - Jenny Bradbury
    You can definitely adapt the lessons for more or fewer class periods.

51:38 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures/video/belugas

51:43 - greg.limperis
    Public servie announcement

51:43 - Elise
    Do you Podcast your Public SErvice Announcements?

52:29 - Cyndy
    important way of bringing the world into the classroom

52:34 - Barb from Oz
    @myrielle estimation, measurement, statistics, ratio & proportion...

53:06 - David
    Is this site not blocked by most public school?

53:09 - davidt
    Must cut out, however, was really phenomenal...thank you to the hosts for doing a
    great job and taking care of technical testing early in the session. Best to all...

53:10 - myrielle badio
    thanks

53:39 - Jenny Bradbury
    David, we hope not. PBS is generally considered a trusted source.

53:54 - David
    excellent

54:21 - Elena 2
    if it is you can ask your tech dept to unblock the site

54:54 - greg.limperis
    Hey Janet, Is this Janet from Danville?

54:59 - patty
    or ask one of your students for a proxy
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55:04 - Elena 2
    lol

55:19 - Cary
    hi

55:27 - Cyndy
    excellent

55:38 - Barb from Oz
    @myrielle - no worries - and more fun than problems from the textbook...

55:48 - Cyndy
    Makes students really care

55:53 - Cyndy
    LOve it

55:54 - Jenny
    Absolutely

56:02 - mrsdurff
    excellent!

56:07 - Elise
    Thanks for the web tour

56:08 - Jenny Bradbury
    The lessons are written for grades 5-8, but you should check them out. I think a lot
    of them can easily be used with high school students with little or no adaptation.

56:09 - Corrina
    great webinar! easy to navigate.

56:13 - David
    Thank you!

56:32 - patty
    how awesome to do something like this in the classroom (like this webinar)

56:36 - jane bieringer
    that was an awesome presentation Angie

56:39 - Cyndy
    I want to download the pictures

56:51 - Elise
    me too Cyndy
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56:53 - Cary
    Am I missing something? I don't see anyting on my screen

56:56 - Steve Hargadon
    Survey is at http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511fd79cb404e6 if you want to
    start early!

56:57 - Penny Weissman
    Thank you.

56:58 - Renee
    Is there a public service announcement sample?

57:02 - plnaugle
    Thank you, Angie.

57:07 - Barb from Oz
    Melbourne, Victoria - about 600miles from Lismore.

57:14 - dennisar
    Why do you think there is so little public interest on the topic of global climate
    change?

57:15 - Aldrin Tee
    Thank you so much for this presentation

57:16 - Jenny
    THis was my first webinar, totally awesome! Can't wait to use in the classroom.

57:17 - patty
    Thanks this was great

57:32 - Steve Hargadon
    Use of the slides was a big one.

57:34 - Elena 2
    This was excellent

57:36 - Cyndy
    loved the practical application for the classroom

57:38 - kevin
    very worthwhile hour - I hope to let others know of the material

57:47 - Ann Lumm
    Great resouces! I can't wait to share with teachers. Thank you!

57:50 - Janet English
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   Yes!

58:41 - Michelle Martin
   Are the Ocean Adventures epsiodes available to buy in a DVD set through PBS?

58:50 - Eduardo Peirano
   Must leave. Thank you very much!!

58:59 - Eida Sadat
   Eida: Are these resources free or is there a subscription fee?

59:07 - mj page
   I just tried to join - will not accept canadian postal code- do you have to be a teacher
   in USA ? http://www.pbs.org/teachers/connect/create-profile/

59:28 - MKothari
   Are the DVD and resources available to teachers in the U.K.?

59:32 - Jenny Bradbury
   mj page, just enter a fake 5 digit zip and you'll be fine.

59:44 - myrielle badio
   enter 33311

59:44 - mj page
   thanks

59:44 - OtahuhuInt
   Thanks!

59:45 - greg.limperis
   Holly are you on linkedin?

59:46 - Ed Marcheschi
   How long does it take to film one episode of Ocean Adventures

59:50 - Elena 2
   use mine 77478

59:53 - Cary
   can someone tell me what time this starts?

59:58 - Louise Maine
   Any chance that while on location, data sets can be shared as welas the email
   exchanges via blog?

59:59 - Jenny
   8:00
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1:00:01 - OtahuhuInt
   An amazing resource.

1:00:05 - Holly Lohuis
   yes I am on linkedin

1:00:07 - David
   this is exciting--what in intrnatinal audience.

1:00:12 - OtahuhuInt
   How many will enter 90210? lol

1:00:18 - Cary
   then why is everyone here already?

1:00:18 - greg.limperis
   Can I link with you?

1:00:22 - Penny Weissman
   Thank you. This was great. Will definitely use in my class.

1:00:28 - Steve Hargadon
   Save as .pdf

1:00:35 - Cary
   is there some extra work?

1:00:40 - Chrystal A
   We are all over!! I love this! My background in in International Relations! Perfect

1:00:42 - cammierw
   Could you ask Jean Michel about multi lingual resources?

1:00:54 - myrielle badio
   i am mbadio on twitter any teachers who want to collaborate with me

1:01:00 - kevin
   sorry - have to leave - 24 starting!!! Thanks for your efforts

1:01:08 - plnaugle
   @cary 8 EDT 7 CDT

1:01:10 - Holly Lohuis
   our production time has taken 6 months to over a year plus. Depends on where we
   are filming and what season we need to be there to get the story and images we
   need.

1:01:13 - Carol Arc
   I feel like I relived my childhood with Jacques Cousteau
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1:01:13 - Jenny
    Where do I find the slides deck?

1:01:19 - Elise
    Do you save the whiteboard?

1:01:23 - Kim T.
    Hi Ann in AZ, from Kim in AZ

1:01:23 - Chrystal A
    So true, Carol!

1:01:24 - Steve Hargadon
    Don't forget the survey if you are leaving early:
    http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511fd79cb404e6

1:01:26 - Janet
    I'm looking forward to using the videos & lesson plans next year! It will bring topics
    like adaptation alive for students. Thank you for all this!

1:01:28 - kherman
    I'm having a problem saving slides on a MAC

1:01:33 - Barb from Oz
    90210 is my standard fallback...

1:01:33 - plnaugle
    @Cary It is almost over but will be archived.

1:01:36 - Elena 2
    mine just has whiteboard

1:01:38 - Elena 2
    and chat

1:01:58 - Jenny
    Mine says save chat or whiteboard. Is it the whiteboard I want?

1:02:02 - Vivian (@ Elluminate)
    Elena 2, save the whiteboard

1:02:06 - Carol Arc
    You were great

1:02:14 - mrsdurff
    the ETT Gang!!

1:02:20 - Elena 2
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    i did coulnt open it

1:02:39 - Steve Hargadon
    Be sure to save whiteboard as .pdf

1:02:47 - Carol Arc
    OMG!

1:02:53 - Steve Hargadon
    We'll post as well as the recording.

1:03:19 - greg.limperis
    ALready have these widgets on my Ning. They are awesome

1:03:21 - Vivian (@ Elluminate)
    Elena 2, when you click on the Save (disk) icon, what is happengin

1:03:23 - Elise
    I love free

1:03:28 - Cary
    how do you save the whiteboard?

1:03:39 - Elena 2
    saves as. wbd

1:03:49 - OtahuhuInt
    Up the top, click on the floppy disk and save as whtboard

1:03:52 - Steve Hargadon
    Will also save as .pdf.

1:03:52 - Cyndy
    can you please let me know how to get slides after saving whiteboard?

1:04:07 - Carol Arc
    Yea STeve

1:04:09 - OtahuhuInt
    Me too.

1:04:13 - Kim Flack
    yea classroom 2.0 :)

1:04:48 - Genevieve
    Thank you- this was wonderful!

1:04:49 - Vivian (@ Elluminate)
    In the Save dialog, click on the Files of Type menu and select .pdf
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1:04:52 - kherman
    great!

1:04:59 - Steve Hargadon
    Will do portable media file as well!

1:05:09 - Carol Arc
    over 100

1:05:27 - Cary
    do you need to save after?

1:05:31 - Chrystal A
    Fantastic to have said I had a seminar with Jean-Michael Cousteau!! Very
    Personal!

1:06:01 - Lorraine Leo
    Thank you PBS and Classroom 2.0! A great session!

1:06:06 - Jenny
    I tried to say it as a pdf and it said java was out of memory?

1:06:13 - Cindy Glenn
    Thanks so much for this resource - I know what I'll be doing right after this webinar.

1:06:22 - Elise
    I did it a minute ago from the link. I hope it worked.

1:06:30 - Sue
    If you haven't seen the PBS program on killer whales, make sure to watch it!!

1:06:31 - Chrystal A
    Is the survey active on the individual level?     Do we do it on the screen?

1:06:36 - Holly Lohuis
    Thank you to all of you too!

1:06:36 - greg.limperis
    Thanks everyone

1:06:36 - plnaugle
    Jean-Michael Cousteau and eveyone else, thank you for a great presentation.

1:06:47 - Steve Hargadon
    http://www.clicktools.com/survey?iv=b511fd79cb404e6

1:07:27 - mrsdurff
    excell4ente!
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1:07:32 - Jenny
    thanks, I'll try it again

1:07:35 - John Peters
    Steve, thanks. I saved the whiteboard file but did not kjnow which applicaiton to
    open it with

1:07:38 - Elise
    It didn't have the option as a .pdf

1:07:40 - Elena 2
    it worked

1:07:44 - greg.limperis
    Steve where will we find the mp4

1:07:58 - Louise Maine
    Did not work for me either

1:08:02 - Kim T.
    thanks to everyone....great info

1:08:05 - dennisar
    Thanks to everyone for the work you do.

1:08:09 - Steve Hargadon
    @Classroom 2.0 and PBS Teachers

1:08:11 - mrsdurff
    night ye all and thank you so much for this wonderful event

1:08:11 - Cyndy
    mine failed to complete download

1:08:26 - Elena 2
    mine did but its there when i opened it

1:08:27 - debtw
    On a mac hard to save

1:08:33 - Elise
    Otahuhuint is the question.

1:08:34 - Louise Maine
    Thank you so much for a wonderful session!

1:08:35 - greg.limperis
    I do not see a hand raised?
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1:08:40 - Kim Flack
   thank you :) great session!

1:08:47 - Cyndy
   but thank you for this illuminating session

1:08:51 - Elena 2
   lost sound

1:08:54 - Jennifer
   Great session...got to go!

1:08:55 - MKothari
   Very impressed!

1:08:57 - Tim
   Thank you! Great Job!

1:09:00 - mj page
   thanks

1:09:02 - greg.limperis
   Me too, no sound

1:09:03 - OtahuhuInt
   That's me. Sorry, the name of my school. Is it possible for NZ schools, New
   Zealand... to join this forum. Think the quesiton was already answered though

1:09:05 - Barb from Oz
   This was excellent

1:09:06 - Caroline
   I keep getting a message that I'm not authorized to close the window that is currently
   open. How do I close this window if the "X" will not allow me to do this"

1:09:09 - Texas Gail
   mine didn't save on a mac either

1:09:19 - David
   Does PBS use Elluminate with CLassroom 2.0 often? How long has PBS been
   partnered with C 2.0?

1:09:31 - Cindy Glenn
   I just saved on my mac as a pdf

1:09:32 - greg.limperis
   THey do a lot together
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1:09:35 - OtahuhuInt
   I saved on mac using Parallels in Windoze

1:09:39 - Cindy Glenn
   I think it worked

1:09:53 - OtahuhuInt
   I hope.... ;-)

1:09:57 - greg.limperis
   I guess the session has ended. Good Night.

1:10:06 - Cindy Glenn
   Yes - it did!

1:10:12 - Jenny Bradbury
   David, we do these joint webinars once a month. We've been officially partnering
   with CR2.0 since January. We're big fans!

1:10:27 - Jenny Bradbury
   If folks are trying to leave the room, you can just close the Elluminate window.

1:10:36 - John Peters
   Did anyone get Holly's email address?

1:10:59 - Holly Lohuis
   hlohuis@oceanfutures.org Holly Lohuis

1:11:02 - greg.limperis
   Holly is on Linkedin.com You can request to link to here there

1:11:34 - Mellie Lewis
   I tried to save the whiteboard on my Mac, but it didn't save. Will you have the slides
   in an archive? Thank you.

1:11:40 - Holly Lohuis
   Holly=I work for Jean-Michel Cousteau Ocean Futures Society
   www.oceanfutures.org

1:11:58 - Carolyn Nybell2
   Thank you.

1:12:27 - John Peters
   Holly -BTW I met Jean Micheal about 15 years ago in Amarillo Texas. I have been
   a 30 year fan

1:12:30 - Steve Hargadon
   Great work everyone. Thanks to those who attended!
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1:12:46 - Elena 2
    Thanks for the opportunity

1:12:47 - Elise
    I got the pdf option as a pull down menu

1:13:01 - Steve Hargadon
    We'll post everything in the archives as well... :)

1:13:14 - Elise
    after I went to file...save... whiteboard

1:13:22 - Elena 2
    nite all

1:13:45 - Steve Hargadon
    One of the best shows, I think!

1:13:49 - Elise
    Goodnight everyone. Thanks for the tours and the interaction.

				
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