What can you do as a subscriber of a Research and Education network (R&E)?
See what R&E network subscribers are doing around the country...
Grade 4-12 students across the country videoconference as park rangers descend into the kelp forest of Channel Islands National Park. From underwater, divers interact with students in real-time as they learn about kelp forest ecology, marine protected areas, and scientific monitoring methods.
High school labs increase the scope of experiments that students can perform with remote access to perform experiments through iLabsCentral, at Northwestern University. Labs from around the world participate, from University of Queensland, Australia to MIT, Cambridge, MA.
Teachers bring into their classrooms resources from the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, PBS Learning Media, the Digital Public Library of America, the Shoah Foundation, the Exploratorium, the Hadron Collidor, the National Park Service, and more.