Welcome to our new and improved resources page! While we’re all social distancing, we thought we’d share links to courses, books, interactive tours, and other educational resources [all free while we’re sheltering in place]. We’ll try to keep this page updated. Big thank you to everyone who has shared with us. Stay healthy and safe!
Sam Noble Scientists in the Classroom
Canadian Museum of Nature
Alf Museum Virtual Experiences
Interactive Globe of Ancient Earth
Royal Tyrrell Museum From Home
Because birds are dinosaurs, and live cams are fun.
The basis for this collection by Amy Karle is “Hatcher”, a 66-million-year-old Triceratops skeleton in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History who made history as the first “digital dinosaur”.