NASA Quest

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As part of NASA’s Learning Technologies Project, NASA Quest has been connecting students to the people of NASA through the various pages at the website—Learning Technology Channel, Space Team Online, Aerospace Team Online, and Women of NASA. The NASA Quest website has brought live shuttle launches, actual NASA research projects, and interviews with shuttle commanders, test pilots, aerospace researchers, technicians, support staff, engineers, and Mars scientists into the homes and classrooms of students all over the world.

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A selection from Science Scope—September 2000

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  • on Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:33 PM

Students in the classroom have been able to participate in NASA’s Learning Technologies Project, NASA Quest. Students are connected with people of NASA through the pages at the Website (Learning Technology Channel, Space Team Online, Aerospace Team Online, and Women of NASA). Through this website students have been able to glimpse the types of work performed at different NASA facilities, talk to NASA workers about the type of work they do, visit NASA facilities, and learn firsthand about real NASA research. The article explores some of the various pages and how to register for this website. This is a great article.

Adah  (San Antonio, TX)
Adah (San Antonio, TX)

  • on Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:43 PM

If you have wanted your class to participate in NASA's online broadcast but you were not sure of the procedure to register and access the broadcast, this article with be extremely helpful. This article explains the different broadcast webinar sites and what content they cover. The article also list a step-by-step procedure to prepare for a broadcast and what technological requirements accessing and interacting with the broadcast will require.

Angelika Fairweather  (Bradenton, FL)
Angelika Fairweather (Bradenton, FL)

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