The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Educator Resource Center
St. Cloud State University is home to one of NASA's 70 nationwide Educator Resource Centers. Housed on the first floor of the James W. Miller Learning Resources Center, it provides materials, support and guidance to educators and information to the general public. NASA supplies the center with brochures, booklets, photographs, posters, videotapes, slides and CDs.
NASA's Educational Program includes activities for students, teachers, faculty and institutions. NASA gears its materials to all grade levels, from primary school to high school and university students and faculty. The materials focus on science, mathematics, geography and technology instruction. This collection also includes materials related to biology, physics, earth science, exploration and space science.
All of these materials are available free of charge to people visiting the Resource Center and to educators who request them.
CORE – NASA also sponsors the Central Operation of Resources for Educators (CORE), a worldwide distribution center for its multimedia educational materials. For a minimal fee, CORE will provide educators with materials through its mail-order services, including videotapes, slide programs, multimedia materials and NASA memorabilia.
The NASA Educator Resource Center Coordinator
James W. Miller Learning Resources Center
St. Cloud State University
720 Fourth Ave. South
St. Cloud , MN 56301-4498