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Armstrong Digital Learning Network
November 7, 2012
 

David AlexanderDavid Alexander, Digital Learning Network Coordinator is at work in his studio producing interactive learning experiences for students. (NASA Photo) Experience Out of This World Interactive Learning with the NASA Digital Learning Network™!

Launch into the excitement of learning with NASA's Digital Learning Network (DLN) through free interactive video conferencing technology. Students who participate with the DLN have the opportunity to speak directly with NASA specialists – from scientists and engineers to education specialists and astronauts.

The DLN offers a wide variety of free programs that not only educate, but demonstrate key concepts with an emphasis on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) concepts. All programs are aligned to National Standards with pre and post activities that enhance the video conference experiences.

Take your students' learning to a whole new level and help NASA develop its future engineers that will take us back to the moon, Mars, and beyond!

Interactive Program Content for NASA Dryden

Daring Women in Aviation

Directive: Mapping the Moon with Wall-E

Exploring Aeronautics

Humans in Space

Introduction to Robotics in the Classroom

Mission Geography: Investigation 1: Where we choose to live and why?

Mission Patch Design

Moon, Math I, II

NASA Careers in STEM

Our Magnificent Sun

Our Solar Neighborhood

How to Register

The DLN is delivered from any of our ten NASA centers across the country. To register for an out of this world experience, please visit: http://dln.nasa.gov/dln.

To Get Connected

Technical requirements for accessing the DLN can be found at the following web site: http://www.nasa.gov/offices/education/programs/national/dln/index.html

Contact Information
David E. Alexander
Digital Learning Network Coordinator

Phone: 661.276.5818
Email: david.e.alexander@nasa.gov
 

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