The National STEM Centre provides support for STEM teachers and lecturers though its leading role within the government's STEM Programme, and via a large library of teaching and learning resources: the eLibrary.

The Centre also holds the largest accessible collection of such resources in the UK for STEM subjects across the 5-19 range.  These collections include multimedia, print, practical teaching materials, and research publications.

Outputs from the pilot projects (the London Engineering Project, More Maths Grads and Stimulating Physics) are available from the National STEM Centre's eLibrary.

Outputs from the pilot project Chemistry for our Future are available from the Royal Society of Chemistry's National HE STEM Programme webpages.

The National HE STEM Programme also has its own YouTube channel.