Follow along as citizen scientists Morgan and Harry collect data and put it on the Vital Signs website.
Watch students Will and Flo publish a "not found" species observation to the website!
This one guides educators through the process of setting up a new investigation and setting up user accounts for student teams . Follow along as Tom gets ready to go on a Vital Signs adventure with his class!
Monsters. Cavities. Invasive species. These are all really great things to look for, but not necessarily great things to find. This guide shows situations when a NOT FOUND claim is a great claim to be able to make.
Create multimedia projects to share what you find and what you learn. This video guides you through how to share your projects in the Project Bank so that we can all learn, reuse, and remix.
Where is my school? Where are my observations? Dana shows you how he uses clues on the Vital Signs map to find the places in Maine he cares most about.
In this Map Guide, see how you can use the map to find out where the species you're most interested in has been found in Maine!
Eliza uses the Vital Signs map to track variable watermilfoil. See how you can use the map to watch a species changes through time, and then quickly turn your analysis into a movie!