Button that says Epic Journey and takes you to the main page of the Lewis and Clark web site.
Button that says Scenario and takes you to the Scenario page.
Button that says Videos and takes you to the Videos page.
Button that says The Corps and takes you to The Corps page.
Button that says Activities and takes you to the Activities page.
Button that says Links and takes you to the Links page.
Button that says New Frontiers and takes you to the New Frontiers page.

Button that says Teacher Resources and takes you to the Teacher Resources page.

The Center for Educational Technologies® at Wheeling Jesuit University is building a web site that will include a virtual tour of a children's museum. The center wants to make sure the artifacts, activities, and information placed in the museum will help visitors learn more about science, math, history, and technology.

Your class has been chosen to help with a display on the Lewis and Clark expedition. The museum is sending you artifacts to examine. Your class will recommend which artifacts as well as other activities and information will work best for this display. Class members can take on a number of roles, including historian, collection manager, activity director, and researcher.

Once your class agrees on recommendations, you can present them through a videoconference or Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation.

Good luck. The museum is counting on you.

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