Educational Resources for Public Audiences
Short activities are brief hands-on experiences lasting less than 15 minutes for small groups of people.Short Activities
Exhibits are typically unstaffed experiences, designed for visitors to museums and other similar settings.Exhibits
Forums encourage audience consideration of the societal and ethical implications of science and technology topics.Forums
Card games, board games, collaborative group challenges, as well as interactive media.Games and Interactives
Educational videos for public audiences include standalone films and audiovisual clips.Educational Videos
Printable materials for public audiences including posters, signs, banners, and books.Posters Graphics and Books
A curated collection of digital scientific images that may be incorporated into exhibits and programs.Scientific Images
These community projects enable people from all walks of life to participate in and advance scientific research.Citizen Science
Curated collections of hands-on activities and resources by themes and STEM topics.Browse by Themes and Topics
More about Educational Resources
NISE Network educational resources are created through an iterative, collaborative development process that involves scientists with expertise in the content area, professionals in the field of informal science education, and targeted public audiences. This process helps to ensure that our programs, exhibits, and other products are scientifically accurate, represent best practices in educational product development, and are effective experiences for our visitors.
Learn more about the development process and audiences.
formerly of Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology