Category Archives: Exhibit-based learning

An Open Letter to Science Educators

Dear colleagues in science education, Greetings from Kerry Magruder, Curator, and from Brent Purkaple, Education Coordinator, of the History of Science Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. We are writing to invite you to be involved in Galileo’s World … Continue reading

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Urania’s Mirror constellation cards

Constellation figures make the star patterns of the constellations memorable and easier to learn. Each card illustrates one or a few constellations. Each set includes a “Things to do” card listing many activities for all ages using the cards. For … Continue reading

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OER Formats

OER Formats | OER’s by Series | OER’s by Gallery Open Educational Resources (OER’s) are free learning resources that may be shared, customized and reused. Exhibit website – Explore the exhibit website, which works on all digital devices. Click the … Continue reading

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