The NISE Network Bilingual Design Guide presents the variety of interpretive and design strategies the Network has used for different bilingual products, including exhibits, programs, and media. The guide focuses on NISE Net educational products offered in English and Spanish, but the considerations and solutions presented are more generally applicable to bilingual and multilingual museum experiences. The guide is complemented by the Translation Process Guide.
Nanooze is a magazine to get kids excited about science and especially nanotechnology; the magazine and website has been created by the Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility, a project of the National Nanoscale Infrastructure Network (NNIN) with support from the National Science Foundation. Printed copies of Nanooze magazine are available free for classroom teachers! Please email your request for copies to firstname.lastname@example.org
The NISE Network translation process guide is intended to help you navigate through the process of creating quality translated educational products. It includes a suggested process model that will help to ensure that your translations maintain an appropriate interpretive tone and a high level of scientific accuracy. Additionally, you will find helpful tips and considerations that will assist you in planning for translation work in terms of timeline, budget, and human resource requirements. This guide also includes a Spanish Style Guide and a nanoscience terminology reference guide.