Tuscarora Wildlife Education Project Interactive Digital Museum Kiosk
DH WEB began work on this custom educational exhibit touch screen interactive kiosk project for the Tuscarora Wildlife Educational Project last year. Jason at DH WEB deserves huge accolades for all his development hard work on the project. It features content for hundreds of North American and African wildlife delivered up to the kiosks via the internet. The project is in the final stages of going live and ready to engage students. Great job once again Jason!
The Charles Brightbill Environmental Center, home of TWEP, is managed by the Director under the guidance of the TWEP Board of Directors. The Director creates educational programs and shares resources with families, schools, and community groups. TWEP hosts monthly programs open to the public. A non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, TWEP is funded through private donations, fundraising events, grants, and memberships. Our goal is to connect people and nature through education. We offer something for everyone!