Smithsonian historians, scientists, and other researchers share their questions, their methods, and their intriguing findings in an interactive format that welcomes you to contribute your own ideas.
- How do you track an ocelot in the wild?
- What does a skeleton tell you about our nation’s history?
- Why is it important to save and listen to music from vanishing cultures?
Tackle these and other intriguing problems with Smithsonian experts.
This multi-disciplinary two-part online conference features presentations, moderated forums, and demonstrations of how Smithsonian specialists use critical thinking skills to solve problems in their areas of expertise. The online exhibit halls allow participants everywhere to experience virtually the world of the Smithsonian and the wealth of its resources.
Part I – Recorded: April 13-14, 2010: The American Experience and World Cultures
Part II – Recorded: April 28-29, 2010: Mysteries of the Universe and Biodiversity