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Subject: Discovery of Sound in the Sea (DOSITS) is seeking input from formal and informal educators
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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2012 17:27:18 -0400
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The Discovery of Sound in the Sea website (DOSITS; provides information on the basic science of sound in the sea, how both people and animals use sound under water, and the effects of sound on marine life.  In addition to in-depth science content, there are galleries and educational resources that pro­vide a wealth of information for educators and students. 
We need your input!  The DOSITS Team would like to know how formal and informal educators use the DOSITS website and its associated resources. Do you use the website with your students and/or for curriculum prep?  Do you use the DOSITS cd’s?  Have you reviewed the DOSITS powerpoint presentations and implemented them in your programs?  Would a DOSITS app be helpful/practical?  Please take a very brief survey (linked below) to help us answer these questions.
DOSITS Needs Assessment: 

If you have any questions or problems, please contact Holly Morin (m("","hmorin");">)

DOSITS has been developed by the University of Rhode Island’s (URI) Graduate School of Oceanography (GSO) in partnership with Marine Acoustics, Inc. (MAI) of Middletown, RI. The website and associated educational resources have been developed with support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR), National Science Foundation (NSF), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NOAA/NMFS).

Holly Morin
Marine Research Associate II
University of Rhode Island
Graduate School of Oceanography

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