Tag Archives: informal science learning

FLORA.tv and Science

FORA.tv gathers video programs from an impressive list of online partners ranging from think tanks to university guest speakers. Continue reading

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Museums Across America begins

Museums Across America historic signing begins years of collaboration to help educate students in directed energy technology and working in Department of Defense research laboratories. Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Video Communications

In order to rise above the noise, we need to be smart about our approach to video production. Videos require clear messages to reach intended audiences; prepared scripts, stimulating visuals, and technical competency. Today’s audiences expect to be entertained. Continue reading

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Washington State Historical Society’s History Lab

The History Lab learning center has been designed to teach the concepts and tools of historical inquiry via people, places, and events in Washington State history. Continue reading

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Make-your-own Comic Strip

Make your own comic strip with these easy and fun sites. Continue reading

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Informal Science Education reference book

Surrounded by Science is based on a National Research Council study on learning in informal environments. Continue reading

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