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- Tools for teachers. // National Geographic;Feb97, Vol. 191 Issue 2, p134
Announces the release of 51 National Geographic videos released specifically for use in the classroom. What comes with the videos; A line called GeoKits; Contact point to obtain the `1997 Educational Videos and Videodiscs Catalog.'
- Geographic School Bulletins. // Education Digest;Oct1953, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p58
The article reports on the National Geographic Society's announcement that its weekly educational aids, the Geographic School Bulletins, will resume publication on October 5 for the 1953-1954 school year. The bulletins were distributed to about 27,000 teachers and students in 1952. The issues...
- Teaching Aids. // Education Digest;Oct1951, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p60
The article reports on educational materials of interest to teachers in the United States. The National Geographic Society has resumed the publication of the weekly "Geographic School Bulletins." A fortnightly news sheet, "Foreign Policy Briefs," is being released by the Division of...
- A Traveler's Guide to the Planets. Suite, Cynde // School Library Journal;Dec2010, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p62
The article reviews the educational film "A Traveler's Guide to the Planets," from the National Geographic Society.
- GTV: A Geographic Perspective on American History. // Design Quarterly;1990, Issue 149, p21
The article focuses on the collaboration of the National Geographic Society, California State Department of Education, Lucasfilm Ltd. and Apple Computer Inc. in incorporating multimedia systems in understanding geography in the U.S. It is evident that geography plays a very significant role in...
- The adventures of National Geographic. // National Geographic World;Jan88, Issue 149, p21
The first in a series of articles which celebrate the National Geographic Society's 100th birthday by profiling explorers and their adventures. Hiram Bingham discovered the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru, in 1911. Dr. Sylvia Earle walked the ocean floor at 1,250 feet deep in 1979; Army...
- The adventures of National Geographic, part.. // National Geographic World;Apr88, Issue 152, p12
Third in a series of articles celebrating the first century of the National Geographic Society. Article features the May 1, 1963 ascent to the 29,028 foot Mount Everest in Nepal and Robyn Davidson's 1,700 mile journey across Australia's outback by camel in 1977.
- The adventures of National Geographic. // National Geographic World;Aug88, Issue 156, p22
Part five of a series celebrating the National Geographic Society's first 100 years, this photo essay with text describes Dr. Eugenie Clark's studies of sharks, teenage Robin Lee Graham's five year solo trip around the world in a sailboat and Frenchman Jacques-Yves Cousteau's inventions that...
- Be there! // National Geographic World;Aug95, Issue 240, p13
Lists events relevant to the `National Geographic' junior members covering August 1995 and activities occurring all year-round. Schedule and venue; Contact information.