Padlet will allow you to share documents links with your colleagues across the region.
In the Title of your submission include your name and your library.
We would love to see your program ideas for all ages. I recommend if you have a story time written up in a word document to save it as a PDF and then upload it to the Padlet.
I hope this will be an excellent resource and by sharing your story time and event planning, every one can learn or take away something new to try at their library.
Libraries now have access to the online SRP manual. Instructions below.
Visit https://www.cslpreads.org/ to create your account and get started.
The Night Sky Network is a nationwide coalition of amateur astronomy clubs bringing the science, technology, and inspiration of NASA's missions to the general public. We share our time and telescopes to provide you with unique astronomy experiences at science museums, observatories, classrooms, and under the real night sky.
Connect with more than 1,900 professionals at over 1,000 U.S. and 130 international museums, science centers, planetariums, NASA Visitor Centers, Challenger Centers, observatory and park visitor centers, nature centers, zoos, aquariums, libraries, camps, and youth-service organizations who are partners in the NASA Museum Alliance. These organizations use NASA educational products, images, visualizations, video, and information in their educational and public programs and exhibits.
The NASA Speaker's Bureau is composed of engineers, scientists and other professionals who represent the agency as speakers at civic, professional, educational and other public venues.
NASA @ My Library STEM Kits were created through a grant awarded to the Tennessee State Library & Archives. Each of the nine regional library centers will have two kits available to circulate.
You may request a NASA @ My Library STEM Kit for use at your library during your Summer Reading program. There are two different kits available:
As part of the grant reporting, libraries who borrow the kits will be required to submit an evaluation survey before returning the kits to their regional library.
To request a kit, please fill out this form: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Y2yjdSOju1eixBfWp9kFsp8DroQfoiIsrVYuLj8setQ
Make sure to request your kit no later than April 30. The regional library staff will contact you to tell you what date you may have the kit. Please remember these important notes:
We hope you enjoy using the NASA @ My Library STEM Kits. They will be available year round for you to check out.
The following are links to additional resources and activities related to this kit:
What was the sequence of this incredible mission? Where on the Moon did they land? And how did they return safely to Earth?
Join us for a guided recreation of Apollo 11’s journey to see how this mission was executed by crew members and mission control in Houston.
Note: The OpenSpace YouTube page still references the Apollo 8 presentation and will be updated soon.
This live webcast is brought to you by the American Museum of Natural History and the STAR Library Network’s NASA@ My Libraryprogram.
Welcome to the "Wikipedia of science songs," covering the expanding universe of educational music since 2004! Whether you're looking for a new YouTube rap video about genomics or a decades-old song about the periodic table, you've come to the right page! For help with song searches, check out our video tutorial and/or the search tips below. Educators may also wish to read our blog post on incorporating the SAS&M database into your courses and/or our article in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education (now freely available to all!).
On Monday, July 15th, join us for a Live Webcast Event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission. This live webcast, brought to you by the American Museum of Natural History, will feature a guided recreation of the Apollo 11 voyage - the space-flight that landed the first two astronauts on the Moon.
Note: More info will be available in future newsletters.