Distance Learning

Connect to experts and explore Alberta’s incredible palaeontology through interactive and educational programming!

Using a state-of-the-art studio, programs can be delivered to anywhere—schools, libraries, retirement communities, and more. Connections are made using traditional videoconferencing technology or through a personal computer with high-speed internet connection.

Initially launched in 2006, the Program has connected to 50,000 participants in 1800 programs to Canada, the United States, and around the world!

Email our Distance Learning Coordinator  to find out about professional development opportunities, or to learn more about our distance learning programming.

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    School Programs

    Connect to Educators and supplement your teaching with interactive, curriculum-based programs.


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    Homeschool

    A three-session course designed specifically for homeschool students.

     


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    Public Programs

    Libraries, retirement communities, cultural attractions, and special events can connect for a unique educational experience.

     


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