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The abacus has been around for several thousand years, and it is an efficient and interesting counting machine. The standard abacus can be used to perform addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication, along with...
The Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project has developed a series of online Introductory Level Astronomy modules that use high-quality simulations to introduce students to important astronomical and astrophysical phenomena....
Located on the Macdonald Campus of McGill University in Quebec, Canada, Ecological Agriculture Projects (EAP) facilitates the establishment of food systems worldwide that are nutritionally sound, socially just, humane,...
This collection of animations and video, designed to accompany a textbook on astronomy, is intended to enhance students' understanding of astronomy concepts. The animations cover an extensive selection of topics,...
This resource introduces students to the Dry Valleys of Antarctica, the largest area on the continent that is not covered by ice. Materials include a map and some brief facts about Antarctica and the valleys, such as...
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