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An annotated list of some of the best hands-on activities for teaching astronomy that are available without charge on the... see more

This annotated listing includes over 90 books, articles, and websites that deal with the astronomy of diverse cultures... see more

“Unheard Voices,” a set of resource guides about the astronomy of many cultures is now available on the Multiverse web... see more

This is an annotated topical index to science fiction stories and novels that use good astronomy and is part of the... see more

This annotated guide lists over 200 skeptical resources about astrology, UFO's, moon hoaxes, faces on the planets, crop... see more

This is an annotated guide to web sites for teaching Astronomy 101 at the college or advanced high-school level located... see more

This guide lists and reviews 61 web sites with catalogs of astronomical images that are useful for both formal and... see more

This resource is an annotated guide to where free lab manuals and exercises for introductory astronomy courses are... see more

Resources for Skeptical Inquiry into Astrology In light of the recent media interest into problems with astrology and the... see more

On August 21, 2017, there will be a total eclipse of the Sun visible from the U.S. (and only the US!)  The path of what... see more

Astronomy is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of one- or two-semester introductory astronomy courses.... see more

This book is the result of a national, non-profit project to develop a high-quality, introductory astronomy textbook that... see more

This issue of the "Universe in the Classroom" newsletter from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific explores the... see more

A new annotated guide to written, web, and audio-visual resources for teaching about planets orbiting other stars is now... see more

This page presents links to a new series of astronomy resource guides for educators, students, and the public.  Compiled... see more

The talks include: * Frank Drake discussing his modern view of the Drake Equation, * Michael Brown explaining how his... see more

The Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures, featuring noted scientists giving nontechnical illustrated lectures on recent... see more

Astronomy Education Review was founded by editors Sidney Wolff and Andrew Fraknoi and published first by the National... see more

This annotated resource guide to finding information about the contributions of women to astronomy includes general... see more