This section includes photos, audio files, and QuickTime VRs students can use to develop
their own field reports about Antarctica and Shackleton's journey.
Encourage students to be creative in how they brainstorm, organize, and present
their reports. Students may want to use the information on this site as a jumping-off
point for a report on a general aspect of Shackleton's voyage, such as Antarctic
wildlife or what other kind of exploration was going on at the time of
his journey. Other students may choose to focus on a specific
topic, such as the kinds of ice in the Antarctic or how the continent has been
mapped over the ages. Students may want to augment their reports with
information from other Web sites and offline resources.
Students can use only the photos, audio files, and QuickTime VRs included in this
section, and for this purpose only. All other material on this Web site is
copyrighted and cannot be reproduced without the written permission of NOVA
Online. Students can, however, use the essays, articles, and other features on
the Web site from which to draw information for their reports. Students should
include a bibliography at the end of their report citing all sources they