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    Creating Unique Learning Experiences for Students and Educators

    The Digital Learning Network™ (DLN) was created about 10 years ago with the participation of three National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) locations. That number quickly expanded to include all 10 NASA field centers.

    Since its inception, the DLN has provided nearly 1 million students and teachers with videoconferences and webcasts featuring NASA-related science, technology, engineering, and mathematics instruction.  Teachers and students enrolled in degree programs in education could find these tools useful in student instruction or curriculum development.

    Using videoconference systems and Internet connectivity, participants in the DLN program can take advantage of free interactive lessons and professional development events through distance (online) learning technologies. 

    The DLN promotes collaborative activities to create unique learning experiences for students and educators. It encourages open communication among its member sites so that expectations, strengths, and weaknesses can be objectively addressed. And, it provides timely responses to internal and external inquiries about technical issues, content development and delivery, and event scheduling.  

    For more information about the NASA’s Digital Learning Network, and to begin participating, visit http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/national/dln/.

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