SPORE Prize Results
View the winning websites of the Science Prize for Online Resources in Education (SPORE).
Online mentors inspire interest in science while engaging students in thinking about plant biology.
Digital modules for online resources and good metadata help teachers find the museum’s rich, authoritative science content to use in their classrooms.
Elementary teachers find resources about the Arctic and Antarctica along with practical ideas for enhancing children’s literacy skills in this online project.
Two online projects offer one-stop shopping for teaching evolution, as well as the nature and process of science.
An educational Web site adds new twists to learning by promoting direct conversations between scientists and the public.
The use of videos allows teachers to tame the vagaries of experimentation while engaging students in the process of physics.
A South African Web site imparts basic immunology information to clinicians and other health-care workers.
Data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey can be used by students, teachers, and the public to contribute to scientific research.
A collection of more than 2000 course syllabi, lecture notes, assignments, and exams is provided free of charge.