(PRWEB) November 12, 2004
No need to polish up on your card catalog skills, and donÂt worry about due dates: Science Kit has released an online version of an old stand-by. Their Online Science Library features over 50 articles and activities by teachers, doctors and scientists covering topics from snowflakes to outer space, and radioisotopes to forest fires.
In the business of science for over 50 years, Science Kit has continually strived to provide high quality products and service to its customers. The opening of the Online Science Library marks Science KitÂs latest effort to provide first-rate service to educators. With budgets being slashed, it is often difficult for educators to find high quality sources of information and activities to keep classroom curriculum fresh. The Science Library provides both of these; add the convenience of the web, and youÂve got a surefire hit. Even if youÂre not an educator, you can appreciate the articles found in the Library. Articles are written in a way that can be understood by everyone, whether youÂre interest in science is just developing, or you were glued to your TV set when the Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon.
The Online Science Library is an ongoing project: more articles and activities are being added all the time, so be sure to visit often. To access the Online Science Library, go to http://sciencekit.com/article.asp_Q_ai_E_131_A_sid_E_prweb3scilibrary
Since the Online Science Library is an ongoing effort, Science Kit is always looking for new writers. Articles should be about 250-500 words in length and can cover any topic that relates to science. Articles that tie into the Science Kit product line or discuss one or more of Science KitÂs products are welcome. Writers are compensated based on article length and content.
To learn more, or to query with an idea and writing sample(s), please contact our webmaster by clicking here: http://sciencekit.com/prg_contactform.asp_Q_type_E_webmaster_A_sid_E_prweb3scilibrary
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