Bonnie Meinke Bonnie Meinke

NASA Science4Girls for Librarians and Their Partners: Library Resource List

Updated on February 24, 2016 - 8:04 AM CST
Posted on February 18, 2013 - 2:26 PM CST

Tags: Informal | Underserved / Underrepresented | Literature / Publications / Articles / Research | Cross-Forum / Collaborative Project

Use these periodicals, books, and multimedia resources to support science programming in your library.

Reference compendia for NASAScience4Girls:

Collection of astronomy books and webpages for librarians compiled by the American Library Association. (scroll down to "Resources”) great science programming resources specifically for libraries! specifically for engaging underserved populations in computer science, but their Exemplary Practices and collaboration resources are applicable to the NASA Science4Girls mission. The SciGirls Seven: Proven Strategies for Engaging Girls in STEM


"You Can be a Woman Astronomer" by Andrea Ghez and Judith Cohen

The Ridgefield Library in Connecticut has compiled this collection of books for Women's History Month that complements any NASA Science4Girls event.


Excited to host your own event or connect with our resources?

Be sure to visit the NASA Science4Girls homepage for libraries

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  • Christine Shupla Christine Shupla

    Posted: January 28, 2014 by Christine Shupla at 4:01 PM CST

    In addition to the STARNET activities, the Explore program has online information, book lists, and news for libraries interested in incorporating STEM into their programs:

    Book lists, information, and other resources for libraries are available within each topic, under "Hands-on Activities."

    Christine Shupla
    Education and Public Engagement Manager
    Lunar and Planetary Institute