Expert Voices is a “science teaching information exchange” sponsored by the National Science Digital Library (NSDL). The topics covered are science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, and it’s geared towards teachers of all levels, as well as students. The blogs are divided up into three sections: “Recent Posts”, “Who Says”, and “Hot Topics”. “Recent Posts” are, as they sound, the most recent entries added to blogs, with a description of the entry, as well as the blog to which it was posted. “Who Says” lists the names of active blogs, sorted by audience level including “K12 Teachers”, “University Faculty”, “Librarians”, “NSDL Community”, and “Informal Learners”. Some of the blogs fall into more than one of the aforementioned audience categories. Helpfully, there a “Larger Text” option is provided on the top of the far right hand side of every page.
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