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Burke Museum Department & Collections
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Screenshot With this Web site, users may access free resources based on the nationally ranked collections of the Burke Museum at the University of Washington. Over 5 million specimens are to be found in four areas: anthropology, botany, geology, and zoology. Online resources linked to the zoology collections include a guide to the herpetofauna of Washington, two mammals databases, and a fun section on spider myths. Likewise, records from the Museum's botany collections, housed at the University of Washington Herbarium, may be perused using the WTU Herbarium Database.
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GeoTech Center Technology
The GeoTech Center curated this list of geospatial technology resources for the benefit of both students and instructors in this subject area. The resources...
Math Videos Captioned and Signed...
This is the twenty-fourth video in the series of lessons on math provided by DeafTEC. Gary Blatto-Vallee, a math and science instructor at the National...
Wet vs. Dry Oxidation Processes
In this YouTube video, created by Southwest Center for Microsystems Education (SCME), viewers can watch an animation on the the difference between wet and...
Micropumps Overview
This page from the Southwest Center for Microsystems Education covers an overview of Micropumps. Viewers will find both an Instructor and a Student Guide which...
Alyeska Marine Terminal-...
In this activity from ATEEC, students will take a virtual field trip in Google Earth to the Alyeska Marine Terminal in Valdez Alaska to explore how oil is...



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