Welcome to the Exploratorium’s Digital Library. The different collections in the library include images, educational activities in PDF and HTML formats, QuickTime movies, streaming media, and audio files related to interactive exhibits and scientific phenomena. You can search, select, and download digital files for individual, noncommercial educational use. Large-scale or commercial use is strictly prohibited without permission (please see our Use Policy).
To request high-resolution versions for large-scale or commercial use please contact email@example.com. Requests by the media for use of any image should be coordinated through our press office.
A treasure trove of science- and Exploratorium-related digital images, movies, audio, and more—all available for use by the public.
Video streaming and downloadable media for broadband Internet from Iron Science Teacher shows and other science events, webcast from the Exploratorium studio and locations around the world.
Beginning in 2007, in celebration of the International Polar Year, the Exploratorium teamed up with scientists working in the Arctic and Antarctica to showcase current polar research, which we’ve presented in Webcasts as well as on our Ice Stories site. In this Ice Stories Polar Media Collection, you’ll find a selection of over a thousand of the best photos and videos created by our scientist-correspondents and the Exploratorium’s media producers. We’re making all of them available for use and download by teachers, students, media producers, and nonprofit groups, and noncommercial use by individuals.
You can search for Exploratorium math activities that you (or your youth group) might enjoy in this special collection. The database includes both activities in the Math Explorer book and activities on the Exploratorium Web site.
Howtosmile.org is a collection of learning activities, tools, and services designed especially for those who teach school-aged kids in nonclassroom settings.