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Recognitions and Awards

Carolina Coastal Science is the proud recipient of the following awards and recognitions:

 

Carolina Coastal Science was selected as a Coastal Areas Web resources on the Institue for Global Environmental Strategies' TeachEarth Web site in June, 2001.

Carolina Coastal Science was selected as a featured site in Lightspan's StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources in the Professional Development:Teaching Resources:Special Needs:Homeschooling:Curriculum & Online Resources section (February, 2001) and the Science:Earth & Space:Geology:Physical Geology section (March, 2001).

Carolina Coastal Science was selected as an edHelper Honor Roll Site in November, 2000.

Carolina Coastal Science was featured on the Center for Image Processing in Education Web site in August, 2000.

Carolina Coastal Science was featured in the May, 2000 Data Tip "Coastal Erosion: Where's the Beach?" on the Bridge, the Web-based National Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center.

The GO Network awarded Carolina Coastal Science a GO Network Award for the its Ocean and Coastal Environment Section in the GO.com directory. They gave Carolina Coastal Science a Three Star Rating (BEST).

Carolina Coastal Science was featured in ENC Focus: Inquiry and Problem Solving Instructional Materials. Volume 6, Issue 2, 1999.

Carolina Coastal Science is featured on North Carolina's Best, K-12 Higher Education Collaborations and Initiatives, at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction's Web site.

Carolina Coastal Science was featured in the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse's Digital Dozen the month of January, 1999.

Carolina Coastal Science is a featured Web resource in Teacher's Connect, "a gateway to educational resources for North Carolina teachers."

Carolina Coastal Science is indexed in The Gateway to Educational Materials Project sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and is a special project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology.

Carolina Coastal Science was selected for the Bridge, the Web-based National Ocean Sciences Education Teacher Resource Center.

Carolina Coastal Science's Shell Island Dilemma is featured at Classroom Connect's Connected Teacher Best of the Web Science listing.

The School Page awarded Carolina Coastal Science their Web Site Excellence Award.

Carolina Coastal Science received the PNN Award as a Web site "that truly makes a positive contribution to the Internet community".

Carolina Coastal Science was featured in the Spring/Summer issue of the Conch Shell, a newsletter from the N.C. Sea Grant College Program.

Carolina Coastal Science received the Critical Mass Award. "Excellent design, beautiful original graphics, great photos, and your content is informative, entertaining, presented well and easy to access."

Carolina Coastal Science was recognized as a Blue Web'n Hot Site of the Week in May, 1998.

Carolina Coastal Science received the City Guide California Topic Resources Award in May, 1998.

Carolina Coastal Science was selected by MirrorS, a project funded by the Singapore National Computer Board to be a mirrored Web site in Asia. "This is certainly a very innovative way of learning the subject of science and we especially applaud the effort made in putting emphasis on sound instructional pedagogy."

Carolina Coastal Science received the Teachers Choice Award in April, 1998.

Carolina Coastal Science was chosen as Site of the day for February 18, 1998 on the New Scientist Web site.

Carolina Coastal Science received the Heavelution Concerts Canada "Great Gig" Web Site Excellence Award "presented to those special sites which demonstrate initiative, original design, and vital functionality."




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