Math Sites

Indianapolis Museum of Art

Indianapolis, Indiana

Students can discover connections between art at the museum and a variety of subjects from mathematics to foreign languages, through an interactive videoconference. Customized programs website are available dependent on staff availability. Ask for the newly created free, seven-minute "Learning Comes Alive" video that profiles the museum’s videoconference programs.

Contact: Distance Learning Coordinator  317-923-1331 ext. 218
Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions


This state agency offers presentations on savings and investing, including programs titled "Your Money Matters" and "Fraud." Check out

Contact: e-mail 1-608-267-1713
Dr. James H. Porter Center for Science and Mathematics


(Painesville, Ohio)

Programs include: "Erosion", "Marvelous Motion", "Physical and Chemical Changes" 

Contact: Cookie Cardina  440-352-8850
Coca-Cola Space Science Center


(Columbus, Georgia)

"improve learning by making science, mathematics and technology accessible to all students." 

Contact: Larry Pallotta, Assistant Director/Coordinator of Visitor Services 706-649-1486
Case Western Reserve University Center for Science and Math

 (Cleveland, Ohio)

Programs include Science Connections and the Jason Expedition.

Contact: Kathryn Kwiatkowski
Aquatic Research Institute

(Chicago, Indiana) 

Programs allow communication between divers in the waters of the Great Lakes and students; programs include "Diving into Math," and "History of the Great Lakes Shipwrecks".

Contact: Nora McGrath, Director of Education 219-391-4138