APPENDIX D: Workshop Agenda

WORKSHOP ON THE USES OF A DIGITAL NATIONAL LIBRARY FOR UNDERGRADUATE SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS, ENGINEERING, AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION BY THE K-12 SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION COMMUNITY

Mathematical Sciences Education Board

Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education

National Research Council

September 24-25, 1998

Cecil and Ida Green Building, Room 118

2001 Wisconsin Ave., NW

Washington, DC

Thursday, September 24:

Meeting the needs of users of the digital national library for undergraduate SME&T education from the K-12 mathematics, science, and technology communities

8:15 AM

Breakfast

9:00 AM

Welcome and Introductory Remarks:

Lee Jenkins, Workshop acilitator Rodger Bybee, Executive Director, CSMEE Frank attenberg, NSF Program Officer

9:45 AM

Overview and discussion of the August 1997 Workshop and the Report, Developing a Digital National Library for Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology Education1

Jay Labov, Responsible Staff Officer for the NRC's Digital National Library Workshops and reports

10:30 AM

Break

10:45 AM

Uses of a Digital National Library for Undergraduate SME&T education by the K-12 community - Topic 1:

As a potential user (teacher, learner, or teacher educator) of a digital national library for undergraduate SME&T education, what would have to be available in this facility,

both in terms of content and services, for you to initially log into this resource?

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All workshop participants received a copy of this report. It is also available on-line in HTML format at the website of the National Academy Press: http://www.nap.edu/readingroom/enter2.cgi?ED.html



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