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Introducing Project Vaccine: In This Together

Posted by EiE Team on Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Throughout the pandemic, the Museum of Science and EiE have partnered with leaders in industry, academia, and government to serve our community as a platform for public science engagement. We’re proud to introduce even more resources for learning about vaccines, immunity and how illness impacts our community. 

Create a free account at learn.eie.org to access the growing list of videos, online activities, and other resources that we are creating in response to the COVID pandemic, and the development of the vaccines that are helping us combat COVID-19.

Find videos for learners in grades 3–8 to address what vaccines are and how we keep them cold, what immunity is and how it impacts our community — and more!

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Background:

This is just the latest in what began with a Town Hall on March 8, 2020 to address questions about an emerging pandemic. Since then, our initiative has grown to include a suite of resources called Project Vaccine. These include public programs centered on needs identified by our local community, online resources for the public about vaccine development, and an innovative exhibition at the Museum. 

The Museum of Science is proud to be a collaborator with the Smithsonian in developing a coordinated, national approach to vaccine education. Support has also been provided by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center.

You can find even more resources and learn more about how the Museum of Science is promoting vaccine education by clicking here.

Written by EiE Team

Topics: EiE Resources for Teachers, Virtual Learning, MOS at School, Project Vaccine

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