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FTE on Twitter, Skype, YouTube

by Mark MacAllister

Want to learn more about wildlife conservation? Want to share something you know about wildlife or wildlife research? Be sure to visit FieldTripEarth on Twitter, YouTube and other web communities. We are just getting started with these technologies, but we are very excited about how we can use them to offer FieldTripEarth visitors an excellent learning experience.

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Twitter is a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Follow @fieldtripearth for website updates and news from the world of conservation research.
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YouTube is the leader in online video, and the premier destination to watch and share original videos worldwide through a Web experience. See selected episodes of The ZooFilez, the North Carolina Zoo's award-winning wildlife conservation series.
Small Skype Logo FieldTripEarth uses Skype to videoconference with other Skype users. If you would like to organize a Skype videoconference for your classroom or other K-12 group, please contact fieldtripearth via Skype [online weekdays, 0630-1600 United States EST].
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ShareThis! allows web users to share their favorite resources with others. Use the ShareThis! logo beneath the menu bar to share your favorite FTE articles, photos, video and other materials with your friends and colleagues.
Chat Logo A variety of options for text chat and audio chat are available for classroom use. If you would like to schedule a chat with FieldTripEarth, please initiate an IM chat with mark_macallister@yahoo.com or contact us for details.

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Mark MacAllister is the Project Coordinator for Field Trip Earth.

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