Climate Time Machine


This is a fabulous visualization from NASA. There are many similar resources but what intrigues me is that this is quick and direct and there’s no question about the data as it’s displayed over time. Find the resource here. You select your concern – Sea Ice, Sea Level, Carbon Dioxide, or Temperature… … and thenContinue reading “Climate Time Machine”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


What a week! It was so warm hot here. I guess that I can’t complain too loudly though. The Sun Parlor was not the hottest place in the province. It looks like it’s going to get cooler for the weekend. Isn’t that doing things backwards? Read on to enjoy some of the recent posts fromContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

This Week in Ontario Edublogs


It’s still summer time and reading blogs is a nice break from the heat. Check out some of the things that I’ve been reading from Ontario Edubloggers lately Why Summer is a Perfect Time for Reflection Summer is an interesting beast. Even when you go into your favourite stores, there’s no guarantee that it’s businessContinue reading “This Week in Ontario Edublogs”

The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement


Just so that I don’t lose track of this and to share to those who are interested. “Canada’s boreal forest dominates our country’s geography. Explore the region, from the tip of Newfoundland and Labrador to the Yukon/Alaska border, and learn about Aboriginal treaty boundaries, protected areas within the forest and woodland caribou ranges. With engagingContinue reading “The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement”

The Boundless Library


Every now and again, a program or application comes alone that just makes you sit back and say “Wow”.  Recently, I’ve downloaded one for the iPad.  The program  NYPL Biblion digs into the content from the New York Public Library surrounding the 1939 World’s Fair. It’s a big download but that’s because it includes soContinue reading “The Boundless Library”