Monroe Area High School students in Haley Nagle's Advanced Placement Environmental Science class recently helped the science communication staff at the Southeast Coast Network
with a very special project.
The network was performing an overhaul on its website, and needed help simplifying the language that communicated what the inventory and monitoring network was all about. Students were tasked with researching the vital signs monitoring programs, and reading about the monitoring programs on the old website. Much of the text was written at a graduate student or PhD level, and was not very user friendly.