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View Resource Abrams Planetarium

The Abrams Planetarium, located at Michigan State University, has this homepage that describes various aspects of the outreach program created by the establishment. In addition, the page provides links to many other astronomy sites, science education sites, planetaria, and information for skywatchers. A helpful audio podcast, titled "Starline Podcast," is available for free download. The...

View Resource Online Instructional Resources: Faculty Development Programs at Michigan State University

Michigan State University has two dedicated individuals in Lois Rosen and Maribeth Foltz and they have worked tirelessly to create this fine collection of instructional resources from across the web. These resources are aimed at university instructors, and after they were compiled, they were divided into fifteen major categories and subdivided into 125 subcategories. The three broad categories...

View Resource Sun, Earth, Moon Activity

This activity, created by Beth Hufnagel and Bob Stein of Michigan State University, is useful for teachers who are discussing the the motion of the sun, moon and earth and how they all interact and cause daily motion, phases of the moon, and eclipses. The resource is structured as a step by step worksheet. The instructions are for a three person group.

View Resource Nuclear Chain Reaction

This simulation shows a chain reaction. The visitor can introduce a neutron and observe how it produces an additional reaction or escapes. The chain reaction can be paused in order to analyze the process.

View Resource Esoterica: The Journal of Esoteric Studies

A relatively new transdisciplinary field that examines the interweavings of art, literature, early modern science, and religious studies, Esoteric Studies now has its own electronic, peer-reviewed journal. Sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University, Esoterica focuses on Western esoteric spiritual traditions, "ranging from Gnosticism and Hermeticism to alchemy, magic...

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