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Computational Thinking Scenarios:...
BATEC hosts these scenarios developed by the CISE Pathways to Revitalized Undergraduate Education in Computing program, formally funded by NSF. The scenarios were created to "infuse Computation Thinking learning opportunities into undergraduate computing education in a manner that can be replicated across a variety of institutions." This scenario, titled Security Presentation, asks students to ensure data is secure on a computer such that the computer can safely connect to the network.
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JOIDES Resolution
The JOIDES Resolution is an oceangoing research vessel that explores the geology below the seafloor by drilling core samples and collecting oceanographic...
PLOS Blogs: Sci-Ed
For post-secondary science educators, the Public Library of Science (PLOS) offers this blog dedicated to "scientific ideas, observations, methods, and...
HumaNature Podcast
From Wyoming Public Media comes HumaNature, a podcast sharing "real stories where humans and our habitat meet." Through these audio episodes, and the occasional...
YouTube: 3Blue1Brown
3Blue1Brown is the YouTube channel of Grant Sanderson, who studied mathematics at Stanford University and makes animated videos that are "some combination of...
YouTube: Worldwide Center for Math
For mathematics instructors and students, the mathematics publishing company Worldwide Center for Math offers a number of instructional videos related to...

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