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      Here are some websites that will help you in Science and Technology.

      Instructional Resources for Science and Technology

      From Carbons to Computers: The Changing American Office*
      Students see how the technology of the office has evolved over the last 100 years in this series of lessons created by the Smithsonian Institute. Through the lens of the office, students consider how inventions and technological changes affect daily life.

      National Severe Storms Laboratory*
      This site, created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), exposes students to the sophisticated technology (including radar, satellites and specialized computer modeling software) that the agency uses to save lives and limit property damage.

      Invention Timeline*
      At this site from the Allentown Art Museum, students learn the impact of the printing press on the Renaissance, and then trace how the invention of the printing press continues to influence our lives today.

      The Edison Papers - Inventions*
      This site, maintained by Rutgers University, offers an overview of the enormous body of Thomas Edison's inventions, including the electric lamp, storage batteries and the stock ticker.

      Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century*
      This site highlights twenty engineering achievements of the 20th century including development and advances in the automobile, the airplane, the Internet, fiber optics and more.

      *This link contains resources or information that may be useful. These resources were not written to align specifically to Ohio's Academic Content Standards. The inclusion of a specific resource is not an endorsement of that particular resource, or any of its contents, by the Ohio Department of Education. Teachers are advised to preview all sites before using them with students.

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