1. Jan Heiderer
  2. https://www.globe.gov/web/janeth/home
  3. GLOBE Communications Coordinator
  4. Meet The GLOBE Program's GLOBE Student Vloggers
  5. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfpnkASII_Nb5QSSHnVOJIugNnp2weyNF
  6. University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
  1. Autumn Burdick
  2. https://www.linkedin.com/in/autumn-burdick-698abbb9/
  3. Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
  4. Meet The GLOBE Program's GLOBE Student Vloggers
  5. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfpnkASII_Nb5QSSHnVOJIugNnp2weyNF
  6. Science Systems and Applications Inc, GLOBE Program, NASA
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 9, 2022 | 06:05 p.m.

    Hello!  We can't wait for you to view the "Meet The GLOBE Program's GLOBE Student Vloggers" video.  It has been a joy to work with each of the students and we can't wait to see what this next year will bring.  Let me know what questions you have for us as you view the video -- happy to answer.

    You can also watch the students' individual vlogs by going to the GLOBE Implementation Office's YouTube channel (or by clicking here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfpnkASI... to be directed to the GSV playlist).

     
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    May 9, 2022 | 11:05 p.m.

    It has been a wonderful program! Congratulations!

     

     
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    Jan Heiderer

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    May 13, 2022 | 03:34 p.m.

    Thank you Ana! It has been a lot of fun for everyone involved.. 

  • May 10, 2022 | 09:16 a.m.

    The Globe Program and UCAR have been essential for decades, and that has not diminished in the least.  

    We in the CLEAN Network, and the staff at CLEAN know that well.  This video provides a marvelous introduction to and uplifting representation of the GLOBE program.

    Thank you UCAR -- always!

    Full disclosure on how I know UCAR's work so well:  UCAR representatives are very active members in the CLEAN Network.  I know I'll be with at least a couple in the weekly national CLEAN Network teleconference, taking place in just a few hours.

    I'll be sure to congratulate them live, on the work UCAR staff are doing. And for this outstanding video.  Thank you, GLOBE.  Thank you UCAR!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    May 10, 2022 | 01:45 p.m.

    Thank you for your kind words, James!

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    Ana Prieto

    Higher Ed Faculty
    May 10, 2022 | 09:20 a.m.

    My students participated in this project. They learned a lot and developed very important skills for their future working collaboratively with students from all over the world. It was wonderful.

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    May 10, 2022 | 01:45 p.m.

    Your students did such a great job, Ana!  I am so glad they could be a part of the team this past year and I will miss working with all of them.

     
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    David Haury

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    May 10, 2022 | 02:05 p.m.

    The creation of a global network of young people focusing on environmental issues and challenges is a great idea.  Do participants coordinate any activities around shared concerns or interests, or do they primarily share what is happening in their regions?

     
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    Autumn Burdick

    Co-Presenter
    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 10, 2022 | 07:59 p.m.

    Thank you for your comment and question, David.  Yes, The GLOBE Program (https://globe.gov/) as a whole does provide these opportunities to students around the world to collaborate with each other as they perform scientific protocols -- either virtually through data comparisons or in person doing real-world science together. In the GLOBE Student Vlogger videos, the student share primarily about themselves and their region. But I can see future collaborations in the future with this team.

    You should check out Hannah's (of Malta) vlogs and her efforts in turtle nests (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUQOHComfIk&amp...) and plastics control: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFqCu8DaDEY&amp... to see her particular impact on her community.

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    David Haury

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    May 11, 2022 | 02:16 p.m.

    Thanks for the URI, Autumn. I checked out some of the videos and found them very novel and inspiring. I hope you find a way to spread the word among both educators and environmental groups about their availability. A great resource. 

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    May 11, 2022 | 08:50 p.m.

    I am so glad you found Hannah's videos inspiring, David. 

    With the support of NASA Earth social media, we have been able to share a bit more about the vloggers with the general public.  This video, for example, was shared by NASA Earth and received good coverage with the public: https://youtu.be/C-JpVIm4We0 In it, we got to share international and intergenerational perspectives about clouds and climate and what changes have been seen over the years.

    However, I am always eager and appreciative for new ideas to help disseminate these videos with educators and environmental groups.  Do you have any suggestions for us?

  • May 10, 2022 | 06:01 p.m.

    GLOBE is such a neat program - I love seeing this network of students being created!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    May 10, 2022 | 07:37 p.m.

    Thanks, Katie!

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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
    GLOBE Communications Coordinator
    May 10, 2022 | 06:16 p.m.

    Hello there and thanks for your interest in our GLOBE Student Vloggers. I’m Jan Heiderer, GLOBE Communications Coordinator, here to help answer your question alongside Autumn. I’m actually in a remote location at the moment working on another GLOBE video project and I am having a pretty slow internet connection. I’m realizing how connectivity issues might have presented issues for some of our student vloggers this past year, and I’m very proud of how determined they have been to submit their vlogs from all corners of the world.

    In answer to the question above from David H, the students submit their vlogs on a number of topics, both self-generated and guided. We’re lucky to have found (through an application and selection process) such talented and creative students to work with. I think Autumn and I agree that the vlogger project has been one of our favorite projects ever and we hope you’ll explore further through the complete playlist on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfpnkASII_Nb5QSSHnVOJIugNnp2weyNF

  • May 11, 2022 | 02:05 p.m.

    Congratulations GLOBE on the student vlogger project. It is great that students from around the world are able to share their love of science and communicate with others about issues that are important to them locally and to all of us globally. I'm curious how often the student vloggers met online and what they discussed during these meetings. Do you know if the vloggers have/will stay in touch with each other?

     
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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
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    May 11, 2022 | 06:13 p.m.

    Thank you John. I know that many of the students will continue to stay in touch with each other. This was a tightly-knit cohort. Several from the original group, who have fulfilled their original one-year commitment to the project, are staying on as mentors. They are helping the new students vloggers  who are now coming in and have agreed to produce videos, though less regularly, in the year ahead. These students in particular have bonded with the project and with each other.

     
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    Autumn Burdick

    Co-Presenter
    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 11, 2022 | 08:37 p.m.

    Nice to hear from you, John!  As Jan, stated in her reply many of the students have bonded with one another. 

    As to the frequency of the meetings.  We met every month on the second Friday of the month. During the meetings, the GSVs received training in video production and best practices (such as use of natural lighting and direction, framing, intonation in speaking, and more).  Each month focused on one training topic.  The students also all had the opportunity to present and each month we heard from a different student.  In the student presentations, the vlogger shared about themselves, their culture, and what tips and tricks and recommendations for filming they had to share and their favorite influencers to check out as well. After the presentations, the GSV took questions and received verbal and written comments from everyone.  It was always fun to see and hear the support they all gave each other and their true interest in each other as well.

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    John Moore

    Informal Educator
    May 11, 2022 | 04:13 p.m.

     I have been a part of GLOBE since 1995. While there are many great things about the program and having had my own students participate in the science, the most meaningful and inspiring aspect of the program is when you get to witness students from around the world come together, share their stories, and learn from each other. Thank you to all of you for putting this new aspect of GLOBE together as we all benefit from these students reports! Brings hope to the future!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

    Co-Presenter
    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 11, 2022 | 08:41 p.m.

    John! Thank you for your kind words and dedication to the program!

    Agreed!  There is something so rich about GLOBE students coming together.  And it was wonderful to offer this for the students and the public!

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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
    GLOBE Communications Coordinator
    May 11, 2022 | 06:15 p.m.

    Thani you, John, for your many contributions to GLOBE over the years.

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    Russanne Low

    Researcher
    May 11, 2022 | 06:23 p.m.

    This is a wonderful project and these student Vloggers advocate for this amazing program in an authentic way, by sharing their observations, research and enthusiasm. Well done! I have enjoyed following the Vloggers this year on social media and am excited to see another year is coming!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 11, 2022 | 08:42 p.m.

    Thank you, Rusty!  I am excited to see too what this year's cohort will bring to the program and to the experience.

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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
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    May 12, 2022 | 04:05 p.m.

    Thanks Rusty! 

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    Nancy Songer

    Facilitator
    Dean
    May 11, 2022 | 09:45 p.m.

    Your video is very impressive in regards to global participation. I would love to know more about how you are measuring the impact of the program, including both learning outcomes and motivation or career metrics. Thank you.

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 12, 2022 | 12:41 p.m.

    Thank you, Nancy. 

    At the outset, when each student applies to be a vlogger, there are a series of questions the students answer via a survey form.  And at the close of the 12 month experience, we ask another set of questions that the vloggers answer this time in video format.  The questions asked at the close included what outcomes the students saw and their career plans as well. We will pull further analysis from the students' responses. Also, 2021/2022 was our pilot year and it will inform how we approach our plans with the 2022/23 cohort.

    We also pull general public reach/impact metrics monthly from where the videos are shared (YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter). This is a part of our general reporting for the Program and we have seen that the vloggers' videos are some of our top performers across platforms.

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    Jessica Parker

    Facilitator
    Senior Director
    May 12, 2022 | 03:10 p.m.

     This is such an amazing program and I am excited to hear that several members from the original cohort as staying on as mentors. I was wondering if there are any plans for in-person connections within the regions to help the youth come together and present and help promote the program? Thanks for sharing this exciting youth-led project.

     
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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
    GLOBE Communications Coordinator
    May 12, 2022 | 04:59 p.m.

    Hi Jessica, This project got up and running when the covid pandemic still kept many students from attending school regularly. There were not many opportunities for events or opportunities to meet in-person. Now that things are starting to open up, many countries are opening up some of the GLOBE social activities for students. For example the Croatia GLOBE games took place this last week at the Croatia National (research) competition. Our vloggers are very sociable student and i expect they will excel in events like these. We do also have student focused sessions at our GLOBE Annual Meeting. coming up in late July. So yes we do have a history of bringing students together,         

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    Pyarilal VR

    K-12 Teacher
    May 14, 2022 | 11:03 a.m.

    International exposure is crucial in the student phase as it teaches them a lot of things, apart from technical or educational knowledge they get, it will help them to develop soft skills working as a team in a collaborative environment.With international exposure from the school level, students learn to conduct themselves in any environment, gain confidence and develop networking skills. I am sure that students with international exposure perform much better in the corporate world.Globe student Vloggers fare well in life, both personal and professional, and show capabilities of smart working and enhanced time managing.
    Thank you Globe Program ! Giving two of my students such an amazing opportunity to have an incredible international exposure as Globe Student Vloggers.Through them my village School is so proud ,as our School is participating first time in an international program.Thank You for the support Autumn Burdick, Jan Heiderer.
    Pyarilal from India

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 16, 2022 | 02:42 p.m.

    Thank you, Mr Pyarilal.  We are so proud of Lakshmi (and all of the GLOBE Student Vloggers) and can't wait to see what Harinandan and the new cohort will show us too.  

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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
    GLOBE Communications Coordinator
    May 14, 2022 | 05:33 p.m.

    Mr Pyarilal, Thank you so much for writing! I am so glad your students are having the opportunity to join GLOBE. Lakshmi and now Harinandan may be benefitting from their opportunity to be student vloggers as you say, but we we also benefit from their wonderful reports on life in rural Kerala. It't the mutual benefit of this program that is so gratifying. Thanks for encouraging your students to be world citizens!

    live in Kerala and we are delighted with their reports about life in their villages. 

  • May 15, 2022 | 08:44 a.m.

    This program is really impressive. I was wondering what are the students ages? Who has been the youngest participant?

    How students from Puerto Rico can participate? 

    Great work everyone!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 16, 2022 | 02:38 p.m.

    Thank you, Isaris!  Our vloggers range in age from 10 to 20 years old.  And we currently have two 10 year old's in the new cohort of vloggers for 2022/2023.

    Yes, GLOBE students from Puerto Rico (and any GLOBE country: https://www.globe.gov/globe-community/community...) are more than welcome to take part. We call for students to apply in February. Let me know if you have any other questions for us and how to get involved with The GLOBE Program (https://www.globe.gov/).

  • May 15, 2022 | 11:31 a.m.

    I really love that students have the opportunity to become vloggers and the content is so focused on their communities, their environment, and themselves. It really makes learning personal and relevant.  

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 16, 2022 | 02:39 p.m.

    Thank you, Latoya!  

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    Marta Kingsland

    May 17, 2022 | 11:07 a.m.

    It is a great project for students from all over the world!!

     
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    Autumn Burdick

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    Science Writer, Editor and Social Media Specialist, Communications Director for NASA GLOBE Observer
    May 17, 2022 | 02:02 p.m.

    Thank you, Marta!

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    Jan Heiderer

    Lead Presenter
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    May 17, 2022 | 04:41 p.m.

    Thank you Marta. GLOBE is successful largely due to people like you who have remained ardent supporters over the years. Thanks for all you have done to grow The GLOBE Program in Argentina! 

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