Older Kids & Teens

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Check out these activities geared toward older kids and teens:


Johnson Museum of Art

Interested in art and art history? Browse the Museum's permanent collection of more than 35,000 works; you can search for your favorite artists or works that depict specific subject matter. Watch select Museum talks and lectures on CornellCast, or explore a Han Dynasty Chinese tomb: http://museum.cornell.edu/resources



anime drawing of pensive girlLinkedIn Learning

Current Cornell faculty, students, and staff have free, unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com). There are thousands of video tutorials available, featuring training for the latest software, creative, and business skills. You'll need to use your Cornell NetID to login.

Here are a few courses that may appeal to older kids and teens:




Citizen Scientists Needed!

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You can help researchers at Cornell work on finding a treatment for Alzheimer's. Sign in to play the "Stall Catchers" game, where players help scientists review data that can help researchers understand how blood flows in the brain.

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