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NISE Network Guide - Nano Exhibition: Creating a Small-Footprint Exhibition with Big Impact

This guide provides an overview of the Nano small footprint exhibition created by the NISE Network.
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Universal Design Guidelines: Exhibits

Professional development guide for educators, researchers, and network leaders from the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network in 2009.
learners assemble their space craft models

Exploring the Solar System: Design, Build, Test activity

In this activity, learners will imagine, draw, and build their own simple model spacecraft. Then they will place the model through a series of tests.
Explore Science: Earth & space logo

Explore Science: Earth & Space Logos

Promotional materials for Explore Science: Earth & Space including logos, colors, and graphics in multiple formats.
Sustainability in Science Museums Planning and Promotional Guide

Sustainability in Science Museums Planning and Promotional Guide

Promotional materials for SustainABLE Kit including logos, colors, and graphics in multiple formats.
Exhibitionist Journal Fall 2015 cover

Exhibitionist Journal article - Nano: Creating an Exhibition that is Inclusive of Multiple and Diverse Audiences

Publication focused on the Nano exhibition inclusive approach to diverse audiences in the *Exhibitionist*, a journal of reflective practice published by the National Association for Museum Exhibition (NAME), a Professional Network of the American Alliance of Museums (AAM).
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Online Workshop Recording: Nano Brown-Bag: Universal Design for Public Programs

Online professional development workshop recording (2012).
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Universal Design of Educational Programs In-Person Workshop Resources

Professional development resources for educators focused on Universal Design of educational programs (2013).
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Robots & People

In this activity, learners imagine and draw a robot for a particular task after a quick presentation on robots and nanobots.
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Bilingual Design Guide

Professional development guide for educators from the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network.


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