This accession consists of publications and brochures produced by the History of Science Society (HSS). The primary topic is the study and teaching of the history of science. Also included is one copy of the published program for the HSS annual meeting in 1999.
This accession consists of administrative records pertaining to general management and oversight of Lemelson Center teams and activities. Materials include team meeting agendas and minutes; team update reports; and notes from a team retreat.
This accession includes an audiotape recording of Dr. Margaret Mead, Anthropologist, discussing "Science Education for our Children" as part of the program "Adventures in Science."
This accession consists of publications created by the National Science Resources Center related to science curriculum development. Major meetings related to these publications are also documented. Materials include teacher's guides, student activity books, and meeting notes.
These records consist of publications by the National Science Resources Center (NSRC) regarding science education. Materials include curricula, guides, conference and training materials, and other published NSRC products.
This accession consists of a blog maintained by the Smithsonian Science Education Center on the Medium platform as it existed on August 22, 2017. The only content on the blog is from October 2015 and relates to the Center's LASER (Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform) i3 program. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of records documenting the National Science Resources Center (NSRC) Advisory Board and its meetings. Materials include agendas, minutes, notes, correspondence, member information, and related materials.
This accession consists of records documenting National Science Resource Center (NSRC) program development and planning. Materials include an organizational chart, annual reports, and other reports.
This accession consists of record documenting grants received by the National Science Resources Center (NSRC). Materials include project reports and budgets.
This accession consists of the National Science Resources Center (NSRC) website as it existed on April 25, 2005. NSRC is jointly administered by the Smithsonian Institution and the National Academies. The website includes information about its programs, resources, staff, and Advisory Board.