Join NASA's digital learning week, May 8-12

NASA’s Science Activation Program invites learners of all ages, including students and educators, to join the Digital Learning Week Celebration. This virtual, interactive event takes place May 8-12 and is open 24 hours, with live programming happening daily from 10 a.m. CDT to 6 p.m. CDT.

Educators and families can plan to join the event starting May 8 at 8 a.m. CDT:

Digital Learning Week is hosted during Teacher Appreciation Week as an extension of our support for invaluable work done by those inspiring the great minds of tomorrow.

Created for educators, by educators, Digital Learning Week curates a collection of ready-to-use resources, interactives, live and on-demand programming, and professional learning opportunities to support daily planning and provide connections to NASA.

Educators and the public can learn about minds-on activities for students, ready-to-use standards-aligned resources, and participate in 25 live, interactive events designed to give viewers direct access to NASA subject matter experts and showcase the wonders of NASA science. Take a grand tour of the universe, discover career pathways to NASA, ask questions of subject matter experts from current NASA space science missions, and more – right from your web browser. Recordings of the day’s talks will be available online following the event. We hope you have fun exploring.

To view the Digital Learning Week virtual event program, visit:

Digital Learning Week virtual events are created with classrooms in mind and offer opportunities for students and lifelong learners that enjoy engaging and educational programming related to NASA science to directly connect with subject matter experts. The virtual event will be open and accessible online through May 26.

This event is brought to you by NASA’s Science Activation Program, which helps learners of all ages “do” science by connecting NASA science experts, content, and experiences with communities to activate minds and deepen understanding of our world and beyond. Science Activation teams reach 55 states and territories.