Want to learn even more about the animals, people and projects on Field Trip Earth? One way to do that is to interview a researcher. You can build an interview and send it in to the website using the tool below. We'll publish the best interviews, along with answers from the researchers, on the Field Trip Earth website. (See Field Interview - Elephant Poaching for an example of a Field Researcher Interview.)
Here's how to do it:
- Be sure to use the Field Trip Earth search engine to make sure the information you're looking for is not already published on the website.
- Develop your list of questions. This can be done on your own, or in a team with your teacher and classmates.
- Work with your teacher to fill out the "Field Researcher Interview" form, which starts below. We need your teacher's telephone number or email so that we can contact him/her with any questions about your interview. (NOTE: Your teacher's telephone number or email address will not be published on the website.)
- Submit the interview to the Field Trip Earth website. We'll review it and determine if we can publish it. Please be sure to ask the most thought-provoking and insightful questions you can. Because of the volume of questions we receive at Field Trip Earth, we cannot answer all of them - so, the more challenging and interesting your questions are, the more likely it is that we'll be able to publish them.
That's all there is to it. If you have additional questions about submitting an interview, please send them to the Field Trip Earth webmaster.