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Digital Libraries List ActionBioscience.org

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For Immediate Release
11 May 2004

For more information, contact:
Oksana Hlodan, Editor, ActionBioscience.org
editor@actionbioscience.org

NSDL includes the ActionBioscience.org collection, following in the steps of other educational digital libraries such as ENC, DLESE, Internet SCOUT Project, and ICON

Washington, DC.—The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) has deemed the ActionBioscience.org collection an “exemplary resource of collections and services, organized in support of science education at all levels,” http://nsdl.org/. The collection is now listed in the library. NSDL is a resource focused on education in science, technology, engineering, and math with the aim to “both deepen and extend science literacy through access to materials and methods that reveal the nature of the physical universe and the intellectual means by which we discover and understand it.”

ActionBioscience.org is listed in other digital libraries, notably ENC Online, DLESE, the Internet SCOUT Project, and ICON. The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Curriculum (ENC) has established ENC Online as a K-12 math and science teacher center, http://enc.org. The Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE) offers teaching and learning resources about the Earth System, www.dlese.org. The Internet SCOUT Project, located on the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s campus, focuses on developing better tools and services for online information and metadata, http://scout.wisc.edu. The Innovative Curriculum Online Network (ICON) is a central source for information about technology and innovation.

For information about ActionBioscience.org, an education resource of the American Institute of Biological Sciences, contact the editor, Oksana Hlodan, at or . For information about other AIBS education initiatives, contact Susan Musante, Education and Outreach Program Manager, at .


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