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Event
Science Learning+ Conference Call

May 15, 2014 1:00 PM  to 
May 15, 2014 2:30 PM
Conference call

 

Dear Colleagues,

If you missed the Science Learning+ Conference Call described below, you can still listen to the recording of the Q&A session.  See link to the recording below.  If you still have questions, please contact Dennis Schatz (dschatz@nsf.gov) or Richard Duschl (rduschl@nsf.gov).

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Welcome to the Science Learning+ conference call introduction.  The attached PowerPoint and accompanying audio commentary give you more information regarding Science Learning+ (SL+), the new Program Type within the AISL Solicitation.  SL+ has a different deadline from the other AISL Program Types because it is part of an international partnership with the Wellcome Trust in the UK. 

Please listen to the audio commentary as you progress through the slides, so that you will be prepared for the Q & A session on Thursday, May 15. Rick Duschl and Dennis Schatz, Program Directors at NSF in charge of the SL+ initiative, will be available to answer question on the 15the from 1:00pm to 2:30pm ET - see call-in information below:

Science Learning+ Q & A Conference Call

Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 1:00pm 2:30pm ET

Call toll free in the US 866-844-9416; then enter pin EHR#

 

If you need the information in the attachments in any other format please direct inquiries to the contact listed below. 

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Other

Contacts
Dennis Schatz, 206-218-8946, dschatz@nsf.gov
       Preferred Contact Method: Email

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Science Learning + Slides
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Recording of May 15 Q&A Session

 



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