NASA Resources For Libraries

NASA Resources for Libraries   Museum Alliance NASA's Museum Alliance provides museums and other informal education institutions with timely information about NASA events and opportunities, professional development, direct access to NASA staff, and limited numbers of materials. A free service, the Alliance is now expanding to serve libraries in order to help them weave STEM into their

By |October 12th, 2015|Categories: NASA|0 Comments

Bring Climate Literacy to Your Library Through a Popular Citizen Science Project

 The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow (CoCoRaHS) Network is a volunteer, manual precipitation observation network born out of a need for high density precipitation data following a significant flood in Colorado. From its inception, CoCoRaHS has followed a two-pronged approach of educating the public in climate literacy topics and collecting high quality, high-density precipitation

Seven Days of STEM: A week’s worth of Environmental Ed: Day 6- Recycling

Many programs have been done with recycling. Usually, they involve things like making crafts from empty 2-liter bottles and milk jugs. However, there are some pretty amazing things that can be done with paper recycling also! If your library is anything like my library, you have a bin of construction paper scraps somewhere that are

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