K12 students and teachers are creating unprecedented opportunities for inquiry-based learning by expanding the geographic boundaries of their classrooms - - virtually and cost effectively.

Grades 8-10 students


Erin Moore, DVM
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
Bureau of Animal Health
Friday, September 27, 2013
8:00 a.m. - 10:00 AM ET

Rabies: Understand It to Delete It

The goal of World Rabies Day (www.worldrabiesday.org) is to mobilize awareness...

Students in Grades 7-12, Libraries, Colleges and Universities

In the months after the Battle of Gettysburg the recovery efforts continued and November 19th was set aside as a special day for the dedication of the national cemetery for more than 3500 Union soldiers killed in battle.

This year's Dedication Day ceremony on November 19 will observe the 150th Anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address/...

Students in grades 9-12

Program Description

The One Young World international Summit was hosted in Pittsburgh In October 2012.  Over the course of the 2012-2013 school year, the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh will hold a series of International Youth Forums focused on contemporary economic, political, and social issues...

Higher Education Faculty, K20 Educators, Researchers, IT Administrators, Network and Video Managers

In 2013, Internet2 made a change from a twice yearly Member Meeting to an Annual Meeting. Building on the success of this event, Internet2 is pleased to announce the 2014 Internet2 Global Summit. Global Summit most accurately reflects the international nature of our community's work, and the character of the challenges we are rising to meet, together.

The theme for the 2014 Internet2...

K20 Students and Educators and Science Center and Public Cultural Staff

On the occasion of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals Summit, September 20-22, 2010, the Association of Science Technology Centers, Inc. (ASTC) will host a reception and discussion, in cooperation with the World Ocean Network (WON), UNESCO, The Millennium Campaign, and major science center networks worldwide.

MAGPI and the Penn Video Network are...

Grades 7-12 students & library groups

Bordered by India and China (Tibet), Nepal is home to Mount Everest, the “roof of the world.” It is also one of the poorest countries in Asia. Nepal’s decade-long civil war left tens of thousands of people dead, and even more displaced. Addressing these struggles and working to provide sustainable development in remote reaches of his country, Anil Parajuli, Co-founder, Vice President,...

Grades 9-12 students

Since its founding in 1971...

The United Arab Emirates has transformed into one of the economic powerhouses of the Middle East—a modern and dynamic hub of commerce, trade, and culture. In a rapidly changing region, the UAE has embraced diversity and promoted the role of women in the workforce and government.

How is the government of the United Arab Emirates encouraging...