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Virtual School Programs

Please note that sending in a booking request form does not guarantee a booking.

Are you currently teaching online or in person?
Dates you are interested in booking (please list in order of preference)

Time of day you would like to book (specific time will be arranged when booking is confirmed)

What subject matter would you like to talk about? Please list in order of preference.

Archaeology: the study of what people did in the past by looking at what they left behind.

Indigenous Studies: contemporary and historic experiences of Indigenous peoples in this area; providing repatriation, care, and access to sacred objects.

Military and Political History: a look at Alberta's role in the Canadian Armed Forces, as well as local law enforcement, politics, and governmental activities.

Domestic Life and Leisure: a look at items from the past to today related to everyday, reflecting personal and family choices in fashion, grooming, wellness, recreation, cooking, furnishing, and personal faith and spirituality.

Work Life and Industry: a look at objects from past and present rural and urban settings, from industry and retail, and from activities that depend on paid and unpaid labour.

Geology: the study of rocks, minerals, meteorites, gems and fossils.

Quaternary Environments: the study of the environment from this geological time period (the Quaternary).

Quaternary Palaeontology: the study of Ice Age animal fossils from this geological time period (the Quaternary).

Botany: the study of plants.

Ichthyology: the study of fish.

Mammalogy: the study of mammals.

Ornithology: the study of birds.

Collections: collecting, cataloguing, and maintaining the diverse collections of the museum.

Conservation: treating and preventing the deterioration of objects in the museum's collections.

Central Operations: work with tracking the museum budget and all of the purchasing within the museum, help with Human Resources, and all other government reporting.

Invertebrate Zoology: the study of animals without backbones, including spiders, insects, worms, mollusks, etc.

Museum Shop: broad details of our work involve product ordering, visual installations, customer service, cash handling, inventory management, and sales.

Live Animals: responsible for the care and maintenance of all our live animals on display and behind the scenes. We have around 250 species of living things under our care, more than most zoos do!

Which hall would you like a tour of?
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