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Using Museums to Popularise Science and Technology

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Museums of all sorts and science centres offer excellent opportunities in popularising science and technology to achieve scientific and technological literacy. Science and technology educators and teachers will particularly find this book useful in determining how they could use those facilities effectively in making teaching science and technology enjoyable and contextual. The museum curators and science centres on the other hand will be able to use the book to assist teachers in their efforts to bring relevance and fun in the learning of these subjects.

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Investing in Education for Better Public Programmes

The Australian Museum was established in 1827 and has operated continuously at the College Street, Sydney site since 1845. As a museum of natural history, it has collections, research and public programmes in the areas of cultural heritage and the natural environment. The Museum provides services throughout New South Wales and extends its reach nationally and internationally via its scientific research, web programme and travelling exhibitions.

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