On Saturday, July 17, 2021 formal educators, naturalists, youth leaders, and others who work with 6th – 12th grade learners are invited to participate in a free, two-hour, virtual workshop focused on Great Lakes ecosystems, stewardship, and science Dr. Cary Troy, from Purdue University, is conducting research along the Indiana shoreline, and will share information, on-line tools, and data-based activities related to Lake Michigan water levels, waves, and shoreline erosion. Participants will also learn about Great Lakes Literacy Principles, on-line and place-based educational activities, and stewardship/citizen science opportunities at Indiana Dunes National Park. The workshop will run from 8:45 – 10:45 a.m. C.S.T. and is sponsored by the Center for Great Lakes Literacy, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant, Indiana Dunes National Park, and the Great Lakes Research and Education Center. Pre-registration is required by July 12, and registration is limited. For more information or to register, visit https://mailchi.mp/6d329236e1f9/iisg-cgll_educatorworkshop_lakelevels_waves_shorelineerosion_2021 .