An Introduction to Electronic Field Trips (revised edition - March 8, 1996)
Telescopes in Education provides tools to students to make hand-on discoveries in astronomy and astrophysics.
Hand-on Universe allows students from around the world to request observations from an automated 30" telescope, select and download images, and learn the math and science involve in professional astronomy.
Useful Astronomy Links a real cornucopia of useful astronomy links for educators, including Hubble images.
WebScience: Roger Stryker's 5th grade class in Austin, Texas invites classes around the world to join in their adventures in science during this school year.
NASA's Planetary Photojournal developed to provide you with easy access to the publicly released images from various Solar System exploration programs.
Satellite Dataflow Demonstration lesson plan for NASA's Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE) by Marlene Wilson and Dennis Biroscak.
Take a Spin Through the Solar System is a unit authored by Kevin McCarron and Ginger Privat to measure and investigate rotation rates of different planets, and even the Sun. Research is based on the images and textual information found on the Internet.
Sky & Telescope Magazine is a great jumping off point into astronomy.
Sky and Telescope's online catalog This site features Hubble multi-media resources including Several Hubble Slide Sets, Video of Hubble rescue, and Books on the Hubble
The Astronomical Society of the Pacific's catalog of multi-media resources including The Universe at Your Fingertips: An Astronomy Activity and Resource Notebook, a comprehensive, ready-to-use collection of classroom activities, teaching ideas, and annotated resource lists.
The Space Educators' Handbook a multimedia offering designed to make space science education entertaining and informative.
European Southern Observatory is home to the European Coordinating Facility for HST.
Other Web sites specific to our planets and the HST