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There are many ways to bring the science and fun of "Here. There. Everywhere." to your educational venue. Here are some options that provide information for different resource levels. Click on those that work best for you.

Digital

DIGITAL
Do you have a computer or video screen to put on display? This may be the option that will work for you.
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Print

PRINT
Do you have a printer in your venue? Or is there a printing facility in your neighborhood? Choose this option.
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Interactive

INTERACTIVE
If you have staff that can do simple demonstrations that require cheap items, this may work.
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Pencil & Paper

PENCIL & PAPER
If you have middle school and high school visitors you may be interested in these math activities.
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STEM

STEM
Here you can find the information we provide on the topics of the environment and also innovation for "Here. There. Everywhere." This section explores the content needs of American Spaces relevant to these two themes within our STEM (science, technology, engineering & math) project.
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Looking for more resources and ideas? Please visit our latest project LIGHT: Beyond the Bulb for the International Year of Light 2015 as declared by the United Nations and supported by UNESCO. LIGHT: Beyond the Bulb has additional free resources ready to use to help show the many innovative STEM topics related to light.

Light Beyond the Bulb

"Here, There, & Everywhere" (HTE) is supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration under grant NNX11AH28G issued through the Science Mission Directorate.

HTE was developed by the Chandra X-ray Center, at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, in Cambridge, MA.

Email: cxcpub@cfa.harvard.edu   |   Phone: 617.496.7941
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