Creating Your Own Research Tutorial for TSTS

Thank you for expressing interest in contributing your own research tutorial to TSTS. It is our hope that some day the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) will contain a large bank of tutorials that middle and high school teachers can easily access and use in their classrooms. We hope TSTS will contain research tutorials from both academia and industry as well as from scientists and researchers from all over the world. Below are links to information that will be useful to you as you start making your own research tutorial. All contributed tutorials will be reviewed, and if necessary, sent back for revisions. When these revisions are made, the tutorial will be added to TSTS. Currently, graduate student Caroline Pharr (developer of TSTS) is organizing and updating TSTS. Submissions should be sent to for review. As TSTS grows, a permanent editor will be responsible for reviewing new submissions and keeping accepted materials updated by contacting the PI's of the research area. Thank you again for your interest, and we look forward to your submissions!

Getting Started on Your Own Research Tutorial

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