The CyArk office was bustling this week in preparation for an in-house educational workshop, thanks to the generous support of IBM. Since 2012, IBM has supported the growth of CyArk’s educational cont ... READ MORE
Guest blogger: Suzanne Delahanty MA, works as a high school instructor for Palm Springs Unified School District at Cathedral City High School, and is the creator of the school’s ACE Design & Technolog ... READ MORE
This article is written by special guest blogger Blaine Kortemeyer. Blaine works as the Assistant Chief of Interpretation and Education as well as being one of the Preservation Team members for Mou ... READ MORE
This spring, CyArk hosted an in house workshop for the Digital Preservation Project at Tutuveni, a Hopi petroglyph site in Arizona. The project was made possible through the generous support of the W ... READ MORE
Very soon CyArk will be launching the Digital Preservation Project at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park live on our website. Located along the San Antonio River in Texas, the San Antonio ... READ MORE
The long, lazy days of summer are slowly winding down...which means that the start of the 2009—2010 school year is just around the corner! The start of a new school year brings fresh opportunities fo ... READ MORE
2009 has been declared as the "Year of Science" in the US, a national year-long celebration to engage the public in science and improve public understanding about how science works, why it matters, a ... READ MORE
With the United States days away from a historic inauguration, teachers can use this current event as an opportunity to highlight American history in the classroom. Teachers can take their students on ... READ MORE
On Friday, December 12, 2008 I had the opportunity to visit two classrooms at Marin Primary and Middle School. Arranged by the Yolanda Escandon, the school technology coordinator, I made two presenta ... READ MORE
During the week of November 16-22, schools in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico will participate in celebrations and activities to celebrate Geography Awareness Week. First established in 198 ... READ MORE
CyArk has a variety of resources that can be used in an educational setting. Whether you're teaching history, math, or science, there's a number of ways for educators to use CyArk in the classroom.
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On October 1, CyArk presented at the annual Presidio Teacher's night in San Francisco, CA. The event was attended by over 500 Bay Area teachers and dozens of presenters. The theme of this year's ev ... READ MORE
On Sunday, September 21st, CyArk was invited back to the Lawrence Hall of Science to once again present the ever-popular archaeology and erosion activity.
The event was hosted at the Lawrence Hal ... READ MORE
On July 31, the Lawrence Hall of Science hosted a day of events devoted to ancient engineers of the past. CyArk held a special exhibit on Mayan pyramids and erosion's effects on heritage sites, featur ... READ MORE
Learn more about Mayan engineering feats and build your own pyramid with CyArk at the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, CA on Wednesday, July 30.
As part of the Lawrence Hall of Science's Summe ... READ MORE
The CyArk Education Program has developed a variety of educational resources for educators, parents, students, and the general public. Our education pages currently feature information about the CyArk ... READ MORE
CyArk would like to invite K-12 teachers in joining us for a free, one day workshop as we discuss ways to use CyArk's 3-D data and media in the classroom. The workshop will be held Saturday, April 12, ... READ MORE