“STEM for All” – 170 videos of federally-sponsored science research in USA, happening online in video showcase
Posted by kes, on 19 May 2017
Happening now: 2017 STEM for All Video Showcase!
Innovations in science are happening all over the nation! Visit the science videos at the 2017 STEM for All Video Showcase, funded by the National Science Foundation. Interact with the community by asking questions, getting answers, and voting for your favorite video! Support STEM education and let your voice be heard from May 15-22 at the STEM for All Video Showcase!
Your vote counts!
Did you see an amazing video at the showcase? Let us know! You can vote for your favorite video through Twitter or the showcase website. The video with the most votes will be given the “Public Choice” award on Tuesday, May 23, and the winning participants will be recognized by the National Science Foundation!
Do you support STEM? Let the world know!
You make the difference. Please share the STEM for All Video Showcase with your friends and colleagues, on social media, and with your local science centers. Help us spread the word about the amazing people working in STEM education and the awesome work they are doing for our communities!
More details on the event:
The Stem for All Video Showcase is funded by the National Science Foundation. This year’s theme is “Research & Design for Impact.” In short 3 minutes videos, leaders of STEM education initiatives describe how their projects are meeting some of today’s most pressing scientific and technological challenges. The STEM for All Showcase is a collaborative effort of the following NSF resource centers: MSPnet, CADRE, CAISE, CIRCL, STELAR, CS For All Teachers. It is funded by the National Science Foundation (#1642187).
The Showcase is powered by the Videohall.com platform developed by TERC, a STEM-focused education research nonprofit based in Cambridge, MA.