The Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Park Site contains visible remnants of historic and prehistoric American Indian villages representative of the Northern Great Plains. Last occupied by the Hidatsa and Mandan in 1845, the 1800-acre unit includes a visitor center, museum, film, bookstore, a full scale furnished earth lodge, several miles of hiking trails and a full range of education programs.
Hidatsa Earthlodge program via videoconferencing
Park Rangers describe the home of the Tribes of the Northern Great Plains from the...
Polycom sponsors a series of Ask Author Interviews through the use of interactive videoconferencing technologies. Fall 2014 program offerings include:
Music in Movies with the Cleveland Institute of Music (grades 4-5) [October 22, 2014 12:00 PM CST]
Do Unto Otters (grades 1-2) [November 4, 2014 11:00 am CST]
Extreme Weather Observations with the Mt. Washington Observatory (grades 6-8) [November 13, 2014 12:10 CST)
Scrambled States or Scrambled States Talent Show with author/illustrator Laurie Keller (grades 3-5) [December 11, 2014...
~Reservations Now Open~
Currently EduTech is looking for classrooms [grades 9-12] to participate in our 2014-2015 reserved programming by interactive videoconferencing.
COSI videoconferencing connects students with scientists, doctors, and experts in their fields with LIVE interactive two-way experience. Programming dates and cost, payable to EduTech, is listed below by program.
Surgical Suite: Total Knee Replacement [December 19, 2014]
Total Knee Surgery is a live surgery in real time. This learning experience lets students to...