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CLOCKSS

CLOCKSS (Controlled LOCKSS) is a collaborative endeavor between research libraries and leading academic publishers that provides what's known as a "dark archive" to help sustain access to web-based scholarly content. A dark archive is a repository that doesn't grant public access but preserves the information contained as needed. As such, the material is only available if a trigger event occurs,...

https://clockss.org/
Dinosaurs: Activities and Lesson Plans

Dinosaurs are fascinating and exciting for young students, which makes them a useful subject for science teachers to deploy in lessons about geology, evolution, the fossil record, taxonomy, and other topics. From the American Museum of Natural History (previously featured in the 06-18-2018 Scout Report), this collection features curriculum resources designed for Grades 5-8. Among the materials are...

https://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/curriculum-collections/dino...
Letters from Gondwana

Letters from Gondwana is a blog, published since 2013, musing on paleontology, literature, and the history of science. The blog is the creation of paleontology student Fernanda Castano of the University of Buenos Aires. Readers will find themselves surprised by the topics covered in each post, which may include recent paleontological findings, discussions of key (and sometimes forgotten) figures...

https://paleonerdish.wordpress.com/
Trowelblazers

A wonderful compendium of information, TrowelBlazers was created by four women dedicated to "highlighting the contributions of women in the 'digging' sciences: archaeology, geology, and palaeontology, and to outreach activities aimed at encouraging participation, especially from under-represented minorities." The four creators - Brenna Hasset, Tori Herridge, Suzanne Pilaar Birch, and Rebecca Wragg...

https://trowelblazers.com/
Palaeo After Dark

How do evolutionary biologists and paleontologists loosen up after work? For scientists James Lamsdell, Amanda Falk, and Curtis Congreve, it involves enjoying some beers while engaging in lively, critical discussions of scientific papers - and digressing into pop culture topics such as movies, video games, and music. Palaeo After Dark is bi-weekly podcast covering fossils, evolutionary history,...

https://www.palaeoafterdark.com/