Sciences

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Sciences

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These digital libraries include, but are not limited to, topics of medicine, health nuclear energy, engineering, wildlife, space, and technology. Digital library collections on topics of mathematics are in their own collection.

Collection Items

The Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues is a web-based collection of annotated references to resources that offer a broad, balanced perspective on current and historical nuclear issues. The references trace the development of nuclear science,…

For more than two years, members of The International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) and the co-directors of the Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) have been working together to further the development of HEAL. HEAL is a digital…

NASA Ames Research Center, located at Moffett Field, California, was founded Dec. 20, 1939 as an aircraft research laboratory by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) and in 1958 it became part of the National Aeronautics and Space…

This collection of resources is an attempt to bring our collective educational successes and capabilities together into a comprehensive digital library collection for computer vision education. This resource currently contains links to computer…

Digital Learning Sciences is a mission-centered, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving learning through the use of digital content and tools. We develop systems and services that enable science and educational organizations –…

The objective of DLNET was to develop a Web-based collection of engineering and technology-related content targeted at the professional community so as to facilitate "lifelong learning," by engineering practitioners. DLNET will bridge the gap between…

DSpace@MIT is MIT's institutional repository built to save, share, and search MIT's digital research materials including an increasing number of conference papers, images, peer-reviewed scholarly articles, preprints, technical reports, theses,…

The Earth Exploration Toolbook is a collection of computer-based Earth science activities. Each activity, or chapter, introduces one or more data sets and an analysis tool that enables users to explore some aspect of the Earth system.

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A digital library of earthquake information, curricula, and resources for educators, students, and the general public. Please note, this is currently (as of 4.17.11) under construction and should not yet be considered as a full resource.
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