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         Science Museums:     more books (100)
  1. Using Museums to Popularise Science and Technology
  2. The Explorabook: A Kid's Science Museum in a Book (Klutz) by John Cassidy, Exploratorium (Organization), 1992-01
  3. Inventive Genius: The History of the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago by Jay Pridmore, 1996-06
  4. Hands-On Exhibitions: Managing Interactive Museums and Science Centres (The Heritage, Care-Preservation-Management) by Tim Caulton, 1998-03-16
  5. Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination by Boston Museum Of Science, 2006-09-19
  6. The Science Explorer: Family Experiments from the World's Favorite Hands-On Science Museum (Science Explorer Series) by Pat Murphy, Ellen Klages, et all 1996-11
  7. Museums of Modern Science: Nobel Symposium 112 (Archives of the Nobel Museum 1) (Archives of the Nobel Museum 1) by Sweden Nobel Symposium 1999 Stockholm, 2000-06-01
  8. Museum Informatics: People, Information, and Technology in Museums (Routledge Studies in Library and Information Science) by Paul F. Marty, Katherine B. Jones, 2007-09-07
  9. American Museum Guides: Sciences by Paul Hoffman, 1983-10
  10. Science in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-Century Sites and Experiences
  11. Informal Science Learning: What the Research Says About Television, Science Museums, & Community-Based Projects by Valerie Crane, 1994-02
  12. The Ben Franklin Book of Easy and Incredible Experiments: A Franklin Institute Science Museum Book by Franklin Institute Science Museum, Cheryl Kirk Noll, 1995-06-30
  13. The Science Explorer Out and About: Fantastic Science Experiments Your Family Can Do Anywhere! (Science Explorer Bk 2) by Pat Murphy, Ellen Klages, et all 1997-10
  14. Chronometric Dating in Archeology (Advances in Archaeological and Museum Science)

1. Science Learning Network: Home
Community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education. Site contains a variety of inquiryposed problems, information, demonstrations, and labs.
FLASH! Browse this month's "Ten Cool Sites."
EXPLORE! Visit our international network of museums for the best inquiry resources on the web.
INQUIRY! See the winner of "The Unisys Prize" for 2003.

2. Science Museums Science Fair Project Ideas Science Education
Content is contributed by science centers and museums worldwide and constantly changes.

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3. Welcome To The Science Museum
London museum and library of science. Exhibitions cover all areas of science and technology. Includes online exhibits and a learning area.

4. Exploratorium The Museum Of Science, Art And Human Perception
A handson museum of science, art, and human perception in San Francisco. Interactive online exhibits and exhibitions, activities, science news and

5. Imagination Station Science Museum
Features hands on science exhibits for the family.

6. New York Hall Of Science
Exhibits, often interactive, on sound, light, atoms, microbes, AIDS, astronomy. Includes a science playground. Considered one of the top ten science museums in the country.
47-01 111th Street
Queens, NY 11368
Groups: 718.699.0301 NewsBytes Note:
The Science Playground will be closed for maintenance from
September 19 - October 14. Spooky Science
For a frightfully good time, check out the Hall's Spooky Science weekend events.
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Einstein: The Man and His Legacy
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Art Meets Science
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7. Something For The Ducklings (and The Swans)
twozone ticket), and visit what has to be one of the world's most user-friendly science museums, Experimentarium, Tuborg Havnevej 7, Hellerup;

8. NMSI The National Museum Of Science And Industry
Consisting of the Science Museum, London, the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford, and the National Railway Museum, York.

9. Science Museum Of Minnesota - Minnesota's Favorite Museum
The Science Museum offers visitors the chance to view an Omnifilm, view the only complete mounted Triceratops, and experience handson exhibits such

10. NASA Space Science Education Resource Directory
This Directory is a convenient way to find NASA space science products for use in classrooms, science museums, planetariums, and other settings.Search by grade level.

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The Space Science Education Resource Directory
is a convenient way to find NASA space science products for use in classrooms, science museums, planetariums, and other settings. There are several ways to search this directory: Grade/Subject Search more info Topic Search more info ... more info
To do a quick search by keyword, you can use the search box available in the upper left-hand corner of every page. It performs the same search as from the Grade/Subject Search page, with the defaults of 'All Grades' and 'All Subjects'.
Notice: The SSERD now provides an ordering process for hardcopy products which are available through NASA Central Operations of Resources for Educators (CORE). Users are required to log in to use this feature. To log in, register, or if you've forgotten your password, click the "Login" button on the left side of the screen. What's New with the Directory?

11. MoS Museum Of Science, Boston
Museum of Science, Boston home sitemap search at the Museum visitor info explore learn educator tools

12. Illinois Association Of Museums
Independent association of history and science museums, zoos, historical societies, botanical gardens, arboreta and other cultural institutions. Includes resources for museum professionals, job postings and a directory of Illinois museums for visitors.
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13. Association Of Science-Technology Centers
ASTC represents more than 400 handson science museums around the world.
View from the Gulf Coast Exploreum, Mobile, Alabama, on Monday, August 29th at 10:10am.
Photograph by Tim Pula more Hurricane Katrina Update
ASTC and its staff offer our deepest sympathy to those affected by Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath.
Requests for assistance and contact information
Please submit updates and requests for assistance to ASTC's director of government and public relations, Sean Smith, , 202/783-7200 x113. Be sure to include a contact person's name, with information on how he or she can best be reached. Reports from ASTC members affected by Hurricane Katrina
The Science Center as Sanctuary: A Place of Comfort During Traumatic Times
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An article by trauma experts Donna Gaffney, Karen Dunne-Maxim, and Mary Ann Cernak published in the Journal of Museum Education, Volume 27, Number 1 (Winter 2002). Posted with permission of Museum Education Roundtable Additional resources
The American Association of Museums

The American Zoo and Aquarium Association

The Association of Children's Museums

ASTC Dimensions ASTC's bimonthly news journal features a mix of in-depth analysis and briefs on noteworthy events and resources for the science center field.

14. Museums Online South Africa
Browse several South African art, culture and science museums by subject or by region.
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15. SCIENCE HOBBYIST: Science Museums
science museums ONLINE DISCUSSION GROUP. WebheadL is an online forum for the discussion of interactive science museum exhibits and exhibits issues.


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Webhead-L is an online forum for the discussion of interactive science museum exhibits and exhibits issues. This is a public, lightly-moderated " list ". Membership currently hovers around 200. Interested parties are welcome to subscribe (see instructions below.) Please see the rules below. There is no charge, but donations towards expenses are accepted (see rules below for suggested donation.)
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16. SEGway - For Educators
SEGway (formerly SII) is a collaborative NASA project which brings together the expertise of NASA scientists, science museums, and K12 educators to produce NASA science-based Earth and space science curricula for classroom and public use via the World Wide Web.

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Science Education Gateway
(SEGway) is part of the Center for Science Education (CSE) at Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL), University of California, Berkeley
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17. Limn Studios: Museum Exhibit Design, Planning, And Construction
Provides educational and creative exhibits to meet the needs of museum directors and their staffs. Specializes in history museums, natural history museums, science museums, visitor centers and historical sites.
Limn, founded in 1977, brings a wealth of experience, an award winning history, and a multi-faceted expertise to every project. We specialize in science, history, and natural history museums, visitor centers, and historic centers. Close client interaction is Limn's focus during all phases of exhibit planning, design, construction, and delivery. Our proven, published methodology for defining client mandates, expectations, aims and objectives at project start-up maximizes client satisfaction and production efficiency.

18. BUBL LINK: Science Museums
Subjects aeronautics, astronautics, science museums, space exploration, united states Subjects natural history, science museums, united states museums
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  • Canadian National Museum of Science and Technology Corporation Exploratorium Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Franklin Institute Science Museum ... WebExhibits
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    Canadian National Museum of Science and Technology Corporation
    Corporation of three Canadian Museums (the National Museum of Science and Technology, the National Aviation Museum, and the Agriculture Museum). Includes information on the collections and activities of the three constituent museums. Information available in French and English.
    Author: National Museum of Science and Technology, Canada
    Subjects: agriculture links, aviation, canadian history, canadian museums, science museums
    Resource type: museum
    A museum of science, art, and human perception with over 650 interactive exhibits. Includes a digital library, web cameras and a learning studio.
    Author: Exploratorium
    Subjects: art museums, perception, science museums
    Resource type: museum
    Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

    19. BossDisplay | Museum, Tradeshow Exhibit Design
    Offers the design and manufacture of interactive exhibits and displays for children's museums, science museums and corporate tradeshows.

    20. North Carolina Grassroots Science Museums Collaborative
    The goals of the Grassroots science museums Collaborative are to. Improve the public understanding of science and technology. Enhance science education in
    The goals of the Grassroots Science Museums Collaborative are to:
    • Improve the public understanding of science and technology.
    • Enhance science education in schools and communities throughout the state of North Carolina.
    • Enhance member institutions' efforts to develop exhibits, programs and scientific collections that focus on the basic sciences and related technological applications.
    • Serve as a vehicle for planning and conducting cooperative projects that strengthen services provided by member institutions across North Carolina.
    Grassroots museums annually serve millions of citizens through general visitation, teacher training and special programs. Programs include both onsite and offsite presentations, and reach students in every North Carolina school district. As a public/private alliance, for every state dollar allocated to Grassroots museums, the institutions raise twelve dollars from private support. Through Grassroots, North Carolina science centers are addressing statewide issues relating to museums, tourism, industry, and basic math/science instruction. North Carolina Grassroots Science Museums Collaborative
    Dr. Fran Nolan

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