Most* Libraries are now open. Hours have changed. See temporary hours here.
*Ernie Pyle, Special Collections and Alamosa remain closed temporarily.
Holds may be picked up and materials may be checked out and returned.
Computers and seating are temporarily not available. Please make your visit brief.
We encourage everyone who can to stay home and use our online digital resources.

Teacher & Educator Resources

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Albuquerque Museum - Trinity: Reflections on the Bomb: Take an online tour of the Albuquerque Museum's newest exhibition. The exhibition presents 75 years of artistic responses to radioactivity, the bomb, and the dropping of nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Many of the works shown here are highly personal and evoke poignant responses. They invite us to consider the consequences of the Atomic Age–intended or not—positive or negative.

 

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ABQ BioPark - BioPark Connect: African Lions: A lesson about African lions, the most researched big cat in the world who have several unique adaptations. The lesson includes information about conservation efforts and an activity to see how your vision matches up to these big cats.

 

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New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science - Bird Migration in New Mexico: The riparian cottonwood forest, or bosque, of New Mexico’s Middle Rio Grande Valley is part of a major route of travel for migratory birds. This lesson focuses on the species of migratory birds that make the Middle Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico their home for at least part of the year, and the importance of habitat here in the valley as well as in the places these birds call home during the rest of the year.

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