Learning Resource Center - Collections

Collections

Educational resources are considered as most important element of the center, and without it the center cannot achieve its main role. Building and developing collections to be made according to specific policy, made and adapted in order to satisfy center's goals. This policy should ensure the building and development of integrated collection that can help and enrich educational curricula.

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... has far more specimens stored in its collections than on display ... The museum's fossils include impressive collections from the White River Badlands, the Santana Formation of Brazil, a remarkable Silurian soft-bodied fauna from a quarry near Waukesha ...

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