Digital Learning


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Distance Education

Nebraska Virtual Instruction Source (NVIS) offers both curriculum and virtual field trips for students.

2020-21 Courses

Virtual Field Trips

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Wahoo Elementary 3rd graders connected to the Tusker Power virtual field trip where that looked at fossils from three prehistoric elephants and heard the story of a Nebraska where these powerful creatures once roamed free. In a highly interactive format, students looked at the world’s largest mounted mammoth and examined prehistoric elephant teeth to uncover what they ate.

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The Durham Museum’s digital learning program offers unique opportunities for learners of all ages. Taught by educators, these engaging and interactive classes follow National and State Social Studies Standards and are filled with primary sources featuring artifacts, videos and photographs along with pre- and post-visit activities.



Have questions or need assistance, contact Andrew:


Andrew Easton : Digital Learning Coordinator

Andrew Easton

Digital Learning Coordinator

402-597-4853
aeaston@esucc.org