From this page, you can find:
To make your visit as enjoyable as possible, there are several ways to navigate the Smithson to Smithsonian online exhibition.
The exhibition is constructed of 8 sections, each composed of several pages (see Site Index for a full list of pages). On the upper left of every page is a list of the sections of the exhibition. Use this list to navigate. The section you are currently viewing is highlighted in red.
Clicking on an image in the Graphical Header (see below) which appears on the top of every page will take you to that part of the site index:
Within each section, you can Navigate one page at a time using the and icons. This will step you through the exhibition chronologically.
The Toolbar at the bottom of the pages takes you to areas of the online exhibition that provide additional information.
There are over 100 downloadable images within the exhibition. These images are designated by the icon. Click on "Enlargement" to see a larger version of the image. The Smithsonian digital images on this site are copyrighted. For information on the use of images, please visit the Credits & Copyright page.
For secondary school teachers, the Smithsonian Office of Education has prepared three integrated classroom activities for grades 9 through 12 based on this exhibition. These are available at the Lesson Plan icon.
This online exhibition was designed to incorporate easy accessibility for people with disabilities. Several design factors were used in this web site to allow for improved accessibility. These include:
Listed below are some links to other resources for disabled persons accessing the web.
We welcome your questions and comments about this exhibition. Please email the Smithsonian Institution Libraries at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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