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Artifacts 2.0 Startup Guide

Try Artifacts Teach risk-free for 30 days. No credit card required. At the end of your trial period, enter your credit card and choose a subscription type -  only $8 per month or $80 for 12 months. School or bulk subscription pricing please inquire at info@artifactsteach.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who produces Artifacts Teach?
    Artifacts Teach is produced by educators. We formed a company, Sources and Solutions LLC, and developed the concept for using cloud-based, interactive 3D technologies to create a tool that provides teachers a collection of teachable and authentic artifacts! We bought the equipment, traveled to museums, did the research, and created a collection we call Artifacts Teach - developed by educators for educators. 
  2. Is my information secure? 
    Other than your name and login information, no personal information is stored on Artifacts Teach by design. 
  3. Is my credit card info secure? 
    Your credit card information is managed by Stripe. No credit card information is stored by Artifacts Teach or Sources & Solutions, LLC.  Stripe is a leading, online credit card processing company.
  4. Can more than one teacher share an account?
    Not without violating our Terms of Use Agreement. Shared accounts create an organizational nightmare for teachers, and require lots of “fudging” to make them work. We recommend one teacher per account. It keeps things sane and legal. If you are interested in a school account or a group discount, please contact us and we are happy to work with you!


  • “Every object has a story to tell if you know how to read it.”
    – Henry Ford
  • “Dealing with objects is a great way to teach the different steps involved in analyzing different kinds of materials. With just a little background, you can get students to engage with entirely new materials in extremely fruitful ways.”
    – Anita Nikkanen
    Harvard University
  • “Using objects helps students develop important intellectual skills.”
    – John Hennigar Shuh
    Curator, Nova Scotia Museum
  • "Whenever I used objects in my EFL classroom, I was surprised by how many questions I would get. I was especially excited when students who usually sat quietly were tempted to ask a question based on my object.”
    – Jenny Wei
    Specialist, National Museum of American History
  • When we examine the parts, we get a new perspective on the whole. There is nothing like holding a dinosaur bone, or the smell of cedar baskets…”
    – Burke Museum
    University of Washington, Seattle WA
  • “Every object has a story, right? Actually that’s a bit limiting. Every object has multiple stories.”
    – Rob Walker
    designer of Significant Objects and How They Got That Way

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