Original and Free Multimedia Resources from NBC Learn

October 2011
NSTA Express;10/3/2011, p1
The article reports that four award-winning multimedia series for educators and students can now be accessed on the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), NBC Learn, and Science360 websites. As stated, "Science of the Olympic Winter Games" is a series that features sports of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games. "Science of NFL Football" is a fast-paced and informative 10-part video series. "Changing Planet" series explores the impact of climate change on earth.


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