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Authors: Chiodetti, A. G.*
Camassi, R.*
Nostro, C.*
Title: NAUTILUS - scientific library for children and young adults: Natural Hazards education and reading skills
Issue Date: Apr-2007
URL: http//
Keywords: education
library for kids
natural hazards
Abstract: Scientific outreach in the field of Natural Hazards, Seismology and Volcanology is one of the main activity of Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia. A working group of scientists organize public events, publish educational tools and documents for students of different level and promote projects for schools. INGV Library network offers users services based on the dissemination of documents, data and information about earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. NAUTILUS is a pilot project promoted by INGV: - To collect, monitorate, analyze the [European?] scientific editorial production for children in the last decade; - To promote new knowledge itineraries in the field of Earth Sciences and Natural Hazards to help children, teachers, parents to better understand natural disaster events and prevention; - To facilitate the children creativity in these specialized disciplines through specific initiatives (meetings, reading laboratories, etc.); - To consolidate the collaboration between libraries, scientists, teachers and children giving scientific book suggestions, new users services changing the role of a specialized library.
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