Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age: Reliable Resources Across the Disciplines

Sunday, February 20, 2011: 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
102A (Washington Convention Center )
Digital resources play an increasing role in teaching and learning science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. This symposium will highlight the resources available through the National Science Digital Library’s (NSDL) Pathways. The Pathways represent a carefully selected and broadly available collection of reliable online resources for STEM disciplines. NSDL and its Pathways support teaching and learning at all levels, from preschool to adult, with materials ranging from lesson plans to interactive animations, and from real-time data and technology-based tools to collaborative social networking and blogging services. The symposium is designed for an interdisciplinary audience interested in finding, using, or contributing digital resources to any number of disciplines in the STEM fields.
Linda N. Fanis, Chemical Education Digital Library (ChemEd DL)
Susan Van Gundy, NSDL
Lang Moore, Mathematical Association of America (MathDL)
Math Across the Curriculum
Yolanda George, AAAS Education and Human Resources
BEN: A Digital Tool for Teaching and Learning Biological Sciences
Robert M. Panoff, Computational Science Education Reference Desk
Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum: Science at the Speed of Right
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