Camp Internet's Summer 1999 Teacher Training Workshop
               
The 1999 summer Camp Internet Teacher Training Workshop was a great success. Teachers and librarians from four counties in California came together with a wide range of technology abilities, and all were challenged by new learning opportunities. Activities varied from an exciting cruise out to Anacapa Island and hikes with naturalists, to sitting down in the computer lab and learning to use the Camp listserv and post field reports of their experiences. Teachers also were hosted for excellent tours and classes at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden for native California plant identification and Native American uses for plants, and at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History for a tour of the Indian hall and even into the vaults to see the rare Indian basket collection. The Channel Islands National Park hosted the first morning session, and the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary hosted another morning session. An afternoon GIS session was also held in the computer lab.

               

 

General Teacher Training Talks
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Naturalist talks given on Anacapa Island
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Curator and Volunteer talks given at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
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