Selectors needed for the NSDL

Feb 24, 2005 by

John M. Saylor, Director of Collection Development at the National Science Digital Library, is looking for volunteer selectors for the Digital Library.

The National Science Digital Library(NSDL) Program was launched by the National Science Foundation in 2000 to establish an online library of resources for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and research.

Volunteers are needed to recommend resources for inclusion in the NSDL collection. There is an automated system to do so. The list of subject areas desired is listed in the extended entry. If interested, contact John Saylor.


Subject Areas that need selectors (you can be as specific or broad as
you like):

  • Education (General)
    • Instructional issues
    • Careers
  • Technology
    • Educational technology
    • Educational media
    • Integrating technology into the classroom
    • Multimedia education
    • Technology planning
  • Health
    • Aging
    • Body systems and senses
    • Environmental health
    • Human sexuality
    • Nutrition
  • Mathematics
    • Algebra
    • Applied mathematics
    • Arithmetic
    • Calculus
    • Discrete mathematics
    • Functions
    • Geometry
    • Measurement
    • Number sense
    • Number theory
    • Patterns
    • Probability
    • Statistics
    • Trigonometry
  • Science
    • Agriculture
    • Astronomy
    • Biological and life sciences
    • Biology
    • Botany
    • Chemistry
    • Computer science
    • Earth science
    • Ecology
    • Embryology
    • Engineering
    • Entomology
    • General science
    • Geology
    • Histology
    • History of science
    • Metallurgy
    • Meteorology
    • Natural history
    • Oceanography
    • Paleontology
    • Pharmacology
    • Physical sciences
    • Physics
    • Space sciences
  • Social studies
    • Anthropology
    • Economics
    • Geography
    • History
    • Psychology

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