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Smithsonian Science How Webcast Archives
Geologist Ben Andrews and webcast host Maggy Benson discuss how explosive volcanic eruptions happen. Smithsonian image.
Welcome to the Smithsonian Science How video webcast archives! We’re putting Smithsonian experts in every classroom with webcasts aligned with national science standards. These webcasts originally aired live from the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. Here you can access past programs.
Smithsonian Science How video programs are available for rebroadcast on your local cable TV and web outlets. To request video archive files, contact as at ScienceHow@si.edu (link sends e-mail).
Click an accordion below to get links to videos in each discipline.
Science How Video Webinar Archives
In March 2020, due to the museum closing temporarily to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, we moved our popular webcast series to Zoom video webinars to connect your learners to natural history science and careers more often. These recordings are different from our webcasts, in large part because the host and scientists all participated from home. We will add more recordings regularly.
Want More? Watch recordings of all of the museum's video webinars.
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