The Natural History Museum of Utah recently launched Research Quest Live and is offering virtual tours and free access to daily online science classes taught by museum educators.

Each weekday the museum will host live classes at 9:30 a.m. MDT for kids in 4th through 7th grade.

Monday, March 30: What dinosaur did these bones come from? Part 1

Special Guest: NHMU Paleo Lab Manger, Tylor Birthisel joins at 10:30

Tuesday, March 31: What dinosaur did these bones come from? Part 2

Special Guest: NHMU Paleontology Research Associate, Dr. Mark Lowen joins at 10:30

Wednesday, April 1: What happened at Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry?

Special Guests: T.J. Ferrill, Head of Creative Spaces, Creativity,&Innovation Services, J. Willard Marriott Library and Jesse Pruitt, Idaho Virtualization Laboratory Manager join at 10:30

Thursday, April 2: What physical features helped a dinosaur survive?

Friday, April 3: Q&A with NHMU Chief Curator and Curator of Paleontology Dr. Randy Irmis

Special Guests: Roger Altizer, Co-Founder, Engineering Arts and Entertainment program and NHMU Paleontology Collections Manager, Carrie Levitt-Bussian join at 10:30

NHMU educator Tracey Collins teaching the Mysteries of Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. Credit: NHMU

Those unable to tune in live can still catch all the lessons online following the class and they can also head to the museum’s YouTube channel for a virtual night at the museum.