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UMass Art History Program - The discipline of Art History examines visual culture and the built environment within their social and historical contexts.
National Gallery of Art - From Byzantine altarpieces to pop art, learn all about paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, and other works in the collection.
Fine Arts museum of San Francisco - The Legion of Honor displays an impressive collection of 4,000 years of ancient and European art in an unforgettable setting overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Getty Center - A cultural and philanthropic institution dedicated to critical thinking in the presentation, conservation, and interpretation of the world's artistic legacy.
The Kemper Museum - This website is designed to help you learn more about the Kemper Museum, its permanent collection, special exhibitions, educational programs, the celebrated Café Sebastienne, and more.
Museum of Contemporary Art - The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago offers exhibitions of the most thought-provoking art created since 1945.
Education Index - Education is hard, but thankfully Education Index is very simple. Read reviews of schools and universities across America in order to help you make better decisions. Then, write your owns reviews to help others do the same.
Educational Cyber Playground - This web site is an innovative dynamic model using the World Wide Web and integrating Literacy, Technology and the Arts, effecting a systemic change for the disenfranchised group of people created by illiteracy.
Afro-Caribbean Music - The Portal of African and Caribbean Cultures. News, music, arts and culture, society, travel, events.
The Classical Net - Classical Net features more than 9000 pages and 20,000+ images including more than 7000 CD, SACD, DVD, Blu-ray, Book and Concert reviews and over 5500 links to other classical music web sites.
The MIDI Farm - Hit Trax has a stable of producers whose mission is to create high quality backing tracks for entertainers and bands.
Music History - A public service organization and a learning/teaching environment.
The Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame - The nonprofit organization that exists to educate visitors, fans and scholars from around the world about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music.
American Ballet Theatre - Attend a working Dress Rehearsal, receive invitations to in-studio events and seminars, enjoy unlimited use of the patron lounges at the Metropolitan Opera House and much more.
The Costume Page - A library of costume and costuming-related links.
NYFA Interactive - The NYFA provides the concrete resources that working artists and emerging arts organizations need to thrive. Magic Eye - Magic Eye images have international appeal to millions in all age groups.
Art on the Net - Join fellow artists in sharing art from the source, the artists themselves.
Open Vault – WGBH Media Library and Video Archives
Open Culture – Search from 380 free movies online (classics, indies, westerns, etc.)
World Economic Forum (YouTube) – World Economic Forum’s Channel
Other Good Stuff
Artcyclopedia - The Artcyclopedia is a form of Internet search engine
Arts Edge - The Kennedy Center instituted ARTSEDGE in 1996 as its educational media arm, reaching out to schools, communities, individuals and families with printed materials, classroom support and Internet technologies.
Professional Cartoonists' Index: Teacher's Guide - This site contains lesson plans that explain how to use editorial cartoons as a teaching tool in a variety of disciplines.
BBC News - Visit for up-to-the-minute news, breaking news, video, audio and featured stories. BBC News provides international and UK news.
CNN - Delivers news and information on the latest top stories, weather, business, entertainment, politics, and more.
Fox News - An American basic cable and satellite news television channel that is owned by the Fox Entertainment Group subsidiary of 21st Century Fox.
LA Times - A daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. It was the first-largest metropolitan newspaper in circulation in the United States in 2008 and the fourth most widely distributed newspaper in the country.
PBS NewsHour - Millions of Americans and citizens of the world turn to MacNeill/Lehrer Productions for the reporting that has made the PBS NewsHour one of the most popular news programs in television.
United Nations - You could start here, but you might do better looking at some of the other links first because this site can be overwhelming.
Center for Strategic and International Studies - Non-partisan, tax exempt public policy center dedicated to analysis and policy impact. Sam Nunn is the chairman of the Board of Trustees. Check here for basic information on many of the MUN topics.
CIA World Factbook - If you're looking for information on a specific country, start here. An outstanding site.
Center for Strategic & International Studies - International news topics
Flags - of all the countries in the world, plus some basic information about each country.
UN Members - A list of all the member nations of the UN. Many have links to detailed information about the country.
Child Soldiers - Leading non-governmental organizations are heading this coalition to impact international law concerning child soldiers.
UNICEF Looks at the Issue - Top level link to UN Fund for children, includes information on conditions and locations of child soldiers
Amnesty International - Global Human Rights news
QuamNet - News from China.
Biography - Biography.com captures the most gripping, surprising and fascinating stories about famous people.
Classics in the Web - Bringing the wisdom of the classics to the Internet since 1994.
Creative Quotations - Search 50,000 quotations from more than 3,000 famous people. Creative Quotations is a great resource for students, teachers and quote lovers
Intensive English Institute - The IEI's Intensive English Program is a 20-hour-per-week academic program designed for students who want to develop skills they will need in undergraduate and graduate programs in US universities and students who want to build English skills for their professional career.
Radio Diaries - On-line teenage diaries which serve as authentic listening practice
ESL Games World - Fun, interactive ESL games and grammar practice
American Folklore - Short stories (myths, fables, scary stories, folktales)
ESL Lab - Listening practice and quizzes
Pizzaz - Creative writing and poetry stems
Blog World ESL - Printable worksheets on many different topics
Michelle Henry - Links to different worksheets and teaching ideas based on themes
Read Write Think - Lesson plans/ideas for reading and writing
Mes-English - ESL printables
Breaking News English - Current news stories written at a lower linguistic level
Tower of English - Find English Tutors, Classes and Schools near you!
Vocabulary.com - Regardless of your education level or age, Vocabulary.com will help you to master the words that are essential to academic and business success.
Google Translate – Auto detects the language of the text you paste in the translation box.
Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid - Goodies from the Notre Dame University archives. Look up a Latin word and translate it to English, and vice versa. Also get help with all those pesky word endings. For real gluttons, there are online Latin lessons, and a link to a Latin newsgroup.
Latin American Network Information Center - From the University of Texas. Information organized by country and subject.
Culture of the Andes - Music, pictures, and literature from the Andes mountains of South America; in Spanish and Quechua Indian language.
Hiragana - The hiragana syllabary consists of 48 syllables and is mainly used to write word endings, known as okurigana. In addition, hiragana are also widely used in materials for children, textbooks, anime, and manga.
Katakana - The katakana syllabary consists of 48 syllables and was originally considered "men's writing". Since the 20th century, katakana have been used mainly to write non-Chinese loan words, onomatopoeic words, foreign names, in telegrams, and for emphasis (the equivalent of bold, italic or upper case text in English).
Numbers - There are two sets of numbers in Japanese: the native Japanese system and the Sino-Japanese system.
Phrases - A collection of useful phrases in Japanese. Click on the English translations to see them in many other languages.
Colors - Words for colours in Japanese with notes on their etymology and usage.
European Literature - Electronic texts of literature in Swedish, Finnish, Old Norse and everything in-between.
3,622 Newspapers Online - For other newspapers anywhere in the world, start here.
DailySource.org – Great site for top national and international news
Directory of Open Access Journals – Good source for full-text, scientific and scholarly journals
Finding Dulcinea Web Guides – Search hundreds of topics, includes background, media, and primary sources
Common Errors in English - Learn the difference between "nauseated" and "nauseous," "continual" and "continuous," "compliment" and "complement," "dolly", "handcart" and dozens of other stumbling blocks of the English language.
Elements of Style - If you only have time to look at one grammar and style book, this is it. It should be a staple of everyone's library, right next to the dictionary and the thesaurus.
Grammar Now! - If you want to check your spelling, grammar, or punctuation of your essay, and such, then head on over here to Grammar Now. The site contains information about how to check your writing with its own set of links to other sites. Plus, you can copy/paste your essay or questions in a text box, and send it to people to look over it for punctuation errors, and such. Note: you MUST have an e-mail address for this to work!
Grammar - These OWL resources will help you use correct grammar in your writing. This area includes resources on grammar topics, such as count and noncount nouns, articles (a versus an), subject-verb agreement, and prepositions.
Punctuation - These OWL resources will help you with punctuation, such as using commas, quotation marks, apostrophes, and hyphens.
Purdue's OWL - Offers over 200 resources. Including, Writing; teaching writing; research; grammar; mechanics; style guides; ESL (English (as) Second Language); job Search; and professional Writing.
Thesaurus - Find the right word here.
Webster's Dictionary - Go to the page, type in your word, click search, and it will give you a definition.
What Is? - A site that has definitions of terms, extensions, plain definitions with pictures and links.
Wordsmyth's English Dictionary and Thesaurus - You type in the word; the program tells you what it means.
Acronym Finder - Finds definitions for more than 35,000 acronyms
Mnemonics - Sentences that help you remember things.
American Slanguages - Choose a city and learn to talk like the locals.
Anagram Genius Server - How many words can you make out of YOUR name?
Broken Rules Page - Background on grammatical conventions.
Cliché Finder - click here to find just the right cliché for the occasion.
The Collective Noun Homepage - An exaltation of larks, an ostentation of peacocks and more.
Common Errors in English - A helpful tool for grammar correction.
Crossword Solver - Enter the letters you know, click on "What is it?" Get an answer.
Eponyms - A word derived from someone's name (i.e. bloomers were named after Amelia Bloomer).
Foreign Languages for Travelers - This site offers travel resources, discounts on hotel rooms, cheap flights, car rental bookings search, language resources, and more.
InvestorWords - 4,000 investing terms and 15,000 links between related words.
Word Search Puzzles - Offers puzzles for children and adults.
The Klingon Language Institute - Dedicated to promoting, fostering and developing the Klingon language.
Never Say Neverisms - William Safire's hints of what not to do when writing.
Phobia List One of the most comprehensive list of phobia names on the Web.
PhoneSpell - Enter a number and find out what the number spells.
Pun of the Day! - Go here for a laugh, or not.
Puzzlemaker - Create word searches, criss-cross, cryptograms, fallen phrases and more.
Travalang's Translating Dictionaries - Online dictionaries in German, Dutch, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Frisian, Afrikaans, Hungarian, Czech, Esperanto and Latin.
Vanity License Plates - Includes a retelling of Oedipus the King entirely with vanity plates.
What Is? - A site that has definitions of terms, extensions, plain definitions with pictures and links.
A Word a Day - Another way to build your vocabulary.
The Word Wizard - Answers language questions, finds new words, snappy quotes and elegant insults and more.
ACE - Browse our free exercise library, find healthy recipes, and learn how to start living your most fit life.
Children with Diabetes - The online community for kids, families and adults with diabetes
Down Syndrome - Essays about children with DS for other parents.
Health Finder - This website has resources on a wide range of health topics selected from approximately 1,400 government and non-profit organizations to bring you the best, most reliable health information on the Internet
Just One Night - Discover the issues concerning this fated evening, read a show transcript and more
MedlinePlus - A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health - The nation’s medical research agency—making important discoveries that improve health and save lives.
U.S. National Library of Medicine - The world’s largest biomedical library, NLM maintains and makes available a vast print collection and produces electronic information resources on a wide range of topics that are searched billions of times each year by millions of people around the globe.
The American Journey Modern Times: Spotlight Videos – Access U.S. History Videos – Antebellum through the beginning of the 21st Century
Conversations with History – An interview program
FedFlix – United States government video tapes
Holocaust Encyclopedia – Access photos, testimonies, histories, and more. Also, relates history to current events
Library of Congress (YouTube) -Library of Congress’s Channel
Mapping History – Interactive and animated representations of fundamental historical problems, events, developments, and dynamics
Talking History – Audio documentaries, speeches, debates, oral histories, and other aural history resources
Teaching A People’s History – A rich portal with resources
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Steven Spielberg Film & Video Archive) – Archival resource for materials pertaining to the Holocaust and related aspects of WWII
U.S. National Archives – U.S. National Archive’s Channel
Wikimedia Commons’ Atlas of WWII – Access dozens of maps related to World War II
WorldHistory.biz – Great for timelines, interactive maps, video and more
American Memory - Photos, original documents, sound files from America's past.
Archiving Early America - Dedicated to bring you news and info about early America, with a few crosswords and tons of pictures. Lots of topics as well about the constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
Freedom of Information Act (FIOA) - Lots of pictures and FBI files, and such, on people of the past like Einstein, Al Capone, Henry Ford, and also Adolf Hitler.
Historic American Sheet Music - An archive from Duke University.
Valley of the Shadow - Two Communities in the American Civil War. This site provides access to hundreds of primary resources and online lesson plans. Be sure to click on the picture, before you explore the links down below.
HyperHistory - A terrific site! Enables you to see historical events through time in relation to one another. Includes thousands of links to specific events and people.
Holocaust Cybrary - For those studying World War II and the Holocaust.
Millennium: A Perspectives Series - The site features themes of the centuries, with flash being displayed on nearly every page. Besides from that, this is an excellent resource for the ages of our millennium.
The National Women's History Project - An up-to-date look at history.
Salt Made the World Go 'Round - Did you know that the words for war and peace originated from the ancient word for salt in both ancient Hebrew and Arabic? This website weaves a wonderful learning environment by using salt to interconnect physiology, geology, archaeology, paleoclimatology, religion, economics, etymology, and more.
World War I - With a decidedly British point of view.
Facing History - A program designed to help students examine the historical connections between the Holocaust and the moral choices they must make in their own lives.
FDR Library - Hundreds of copyright photos to download and study, and hundreds of documents from the president's files. Also, interesting links.
Palm Springs Air Museum - Dedicated to helping people learn about the Air Power of WWII. Includes links to other similar sites, and a collection of WWII posters.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Online exhibits, drawings, photos, documents.
What happened today in history? - Look here to find out that information and other good stuff from the History Channel.
Holidays on the Net - The emphasis here is on US holidays.
UN Info - As the world’s only truly universal global organization, the United Nations has become the foremost forum to address issues that transcend national boundaries and cannot be resolved by any one country acting alone.
More news links - On these pages we present to you news items and analyses that you often do not see in your standard mainstream electronic or print media, even if you live in the Middle East.
Arab World News - Latest News from WN Network
The Arab Net - An online resource for the Arab World and Middle East.
Middle East North African Internet Resource Guide - Wide-ranging list of resources assembled by a member of the Poly Sci Department of the Middle East Center at the University of Utah. Includes special resources for K-12 teachers.
Middle East Times - News from Egypt and the Region.
MidEast Web for CoExistence - Appears to represent a pro-Palestinian or pro-Arab viewpoint.
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs - The Washington Report is published by the American Educational Trust (AET), a non-profit foundation incorporated in Washington, DC by retired U.S. Foreign Service officers to provide the American public with balanced and accurate information concerning U.S. relations with Middle Eastern states. Click the "resources" link.
Washington Post - Provides links to the CIA World Factbook and the State Department as well as links to current stories.
Literary Criticism - The ipl2 Literary Criticism Collection contains critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period.
Literatures in English: Literary Criticism - A number of the Web sites found through the "Site Directories" section of this site will lead to individual author sites. Such sites typically contain brief biographical information, bibliographies, chronologies, and some essays or articles of literary criticism.
Abstract Algebra On Line - This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics called abstract algebra. It is intended for undergraduate students.
Math software - Assorted math software.
Euclid's Elements - This site contains the 13 books of Euclid's Elements. The value here is that every diagram associated with a theorem, is self-animating. One can see the diagram move in a variety of ways, always maintaining the conditions of the theorem. This is so fascinating that I spent far too much time here, browsing, and wishing that I were teaching geometry again. (This is a great place to send students to see what Euclid is all about.)
Geometry Junkyard - This is a collection of the odd but fascinating bits and pieces of very interesting geometry that doesn't really fit into any more standard category. I spent so much time here, totally interested.
NonEuclid - A very interesting, interactive site exploring the math and the understanding of Non-Euclidean geometry using straight edge and compass constructions from the point of view of the Riemann model. Good way to go. Perfect for the better student.
MSDOS Software Collection for Geometry - A comprehensive collection of software (shareware, freeware, and commercial) to be used in the teaching of geometry. This is different from the collection in the Geometry Center website.
The Integrator - This seems to be a good, interactive integral calculator. It is perhaps not much more than a very complete sourcebook of integrals. Needs some exploration to see just how extensive it is.
LiveMath.com - Four internet sites (more coming) all devoted to aspects of calculus. And interactive graphing site, with color available. Easy to work and gets good results.
Catalog of Software - A Catalog of software, (freeware, shareware, and commercial). A comprehensive list of programs available. University of Arizona freeware programs - A comprehensive list of the usually excellent freeware programs available from the U. of A. They include a wide variety of topics.
University Calculus Sites - A generic list of mainly University sites involved in the teaching of calculus. Many of them are interactive. Calculus Tutorial. From the Univ. of Akron - another calculus tutorial. Somewhat academic.
Great Fractal Site II - This site is so full of beautiful fractals, all downloadable, that after a while I simply ran out of time. Great for desktop wallpapers.
Great Fractal Site III - An exceptionally interesting site. Not only does the author give the mathematics and the formulae for computing many fractals, but he describes the processes. Then gives a gallery of his art work. Some of which is quite lovely. Well worth a visit.
Boston University - I have saved the best for the last. A great site with lots of color, beautiful sets and a lot of math and understanding.
The Fractals calendar home page - Provides information on obtaining the Fractal calendar, a calendar specifically designed to show off some of the newer discoveries in fractal mathematics. Also offers previous editions of the calendar.
The Art of the Abacus - Visually shows the four functions. Well done.
Anecdotes of Famous Mathematicians - One page devoted to the most acknowledged mathematicians in history.
Other Math Resources
Almost Like Games: math miscellaney - A collection of math problems, many with interactive Java animations. Makes math fun.
Biographies of Women Mathematicians - From Agnes Scott College, a private women's college in Decatur, GA. A little gender equity never hurts.
Dave's Math Tables - All levels. All languages.
History Links - Babylonian and Egyptian math, the rise of calculus, Fermat's last theorem, the beginning of the Quantum age, and other dates of historical significance to mathematicians.
American Mathematical Society - Official website of the American Mathematical Society.
Creative Quotations - Search 50,000 quotations from more than 3,000 famous people. Creative Quotations is a great resource for students, teachers and quote lovers.
Columbia Journalism Review - Interesting reading on current events.
New York Times - Check here to find out what the NYT considers the best sources on the Web for all types of information.
Vocabulary.com - Build your vocabulary while playing word games.
Vaguepolitix - Anyone who thinks that the Internet will end reading hasn't looked at the first issues of this online quarterly from the PBS Online Web Lab that examines the topic of crime. Great writing. Provocative ideas. Resources to support your own learning. And a terrific example of how web graphics and good design can enhance your reading experience.
Academy of American Poets - Read poetry by your favorite American poets. Even better, LISTEN to the poets read their work. Also includes essays on poetry-related topics.
The Internet Poetry Archive - The archive will include the work of living poets from around the world. The initial unit features eight poets, including Philip Levine, Margaret Walker, and Nobel Prize winners Seamus Heaney and Czeslaw Milosz. The archive will present sound and graphics as well as text, including audio clips of the poet reading several poems, the poet's comments on the works, a photo of the poet and other graphics that would help a reader understand the poem, a biography of the poet prepared by a scholar familiar with the poet's work, and a short bibliography.
Poetry of Gertrude Stein - The Isle of Lesbos web site (sappho.com) is intended to serve as a place of art and culture for women-oriented women, offering a historical glimpse into lesbian lives and vintage views of affection between women.
The Oxford Book of English Verse - “For this Anthology I have tried to range over the whole field of English Verse…. To bring home and render so great a spoil compendiously has been my capital difficulty. It is for the reader to judge if I have so managed it as to serve those who already love poetry and to implant that love in some young minds not yet initiated.”
Bibliomania - Bibliomania offers you a superb educational resource with the full text of classic world literature and important non-fiction texts supported by an extensive reference section.
Representative Poetry Online - A web anthology of 4,800 poems in English and French by over 700 poets spanning 1400 years.
All You Can Books - All You Can Books gives you UNLIMITED access to over 30,000 Audiobooks and eBooks during the FREE trial and all the books are yours to keep even if you cancel during the FREE trial.
Internet Poetry Archive - The archive makes available over a worldwide computer network selected poems from a number of contemporary poets. The goal of the project is to make poetry accessible to new audiences (at little or no cost) and to give teachers and students of poetry new ways of presenting and studying these poets and their texts.
The Matthew J. & Arlyn Bruccoli Collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald - With info on his life, works and relationships with other authors.
Biography - Biography.com captures the most gripping, surprising and fascinating stories about famous people.
The Writing Process - These OWL resources will help you with the writing process: pre-writing (invention), developing research questions and outlines, composing thesis statements, and proofreading.
Punctuation - These OWL resources will help you with punctuation, such as using commas, quotation marks, apostrophes, and hyphens.
The Bhagavad Gita - Here you will be presented transcendental knowledge of the most profound spiritual nature as revealed in the Bhagavad- Gita. It is the divine discourse spoken by the Supreme Lord Krishna Himself and is the most popular and well known of all the sacred scriptures from ancient India.
The Bible Gateway - Search multiple versions of the Bible in nine languages, German, Swedish, Latin, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, Italian and Norwegian. Scroll to the bottom of the page and check out the links to the Arabic Book of Life, the Chinese Gospels, The Farsi New Testament, and the Malayalam New Testament.
The Jewish Bible - As history, literature or religion on this site, where you can hear chanting of the Pentateuch, as well as read sections of the Torah, Pentateuch, and Haftarot in English and Russian.
The Koran - Available online for searching or browsing.
Dharma - For information about Buddhism and meditation.
Catholic Online - Calls itself "the world's largest and most comprehensive Roman Catholic information service," with research materials, forums and information about organizations, dioceses and archdioceses, doctrines and publications.
The Orthodox Christian Foundation - Has information about the Greek Orthodox Church.
The Christian Science Index - Has links to various churches, reading rooms, practitioners, and other Christian Science resources.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) - A site for those that follow the predominant religious tradition of the Latter Day Saint movement of Restorationist Christianity.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America - The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with about 4 million members in nearly 10,000 congregations across the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church - The General Board of Church and Society (GBCS) is one of four international general program boards of The United Methodist Church. The General Board is defined by its five areas of ministry: Public Witness and Advocacy, Administration, Ministry of Resourcing Congregational Life, United Nations Ministry, Communications.
Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod - Their Mission: "In grateful response to God’s grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit through Word and Sacraments, the mission of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is vigorously to make known the love of Christ by word and deed within our churches, communities and the world."
Shahash - The Jewish Internet Consortium has links to Jewish resources, Kosher restaurants and answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Judaism.
Sikhism Fort - Panth Khalsa provides information Sikh history and current events as well as other information.
BioMed Central – Access 222 peer-reviewed open access journals searchable by subject
Public Library of Science (PLOS) – Access scientific and medical literature
UNEP: GLobal Environment Outlook – Posters visually and graphically display information about environmental data
Access Excellence - Bills itself as "a place in cyberspace for Biology teaching and learning." One section focuses on Bio AP.
Bio Anim - Excellent site on how to learn the structure of a cell, body parts, tissues, system of organs, and other items with animated diagrams and articles. A must have for your learning pleasure!
Cells Alive - A close-up look at cells and what they do. Interesting site!
Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlases - Computer reconstructions of human cryosections. Images and animations, with labels, offer a closeup view of the insides of the human body. With quizzes, yet. If you're studying anatomy, check it out.
A Gene Map of the Human Genome - From the National Institutes of Health. You can browse by chromosome!
Virtual Pig Dissection - More about a pig than you probably wanted to know.
Visible Human Project - The initial aim of the Visible Human Project® is to create a digital image dataset of complete human male and female cadavers in MRI, CT and anatomical modes.
Mineral Science - Scientists study enviromental samples to understand the Earth and Solar System's Evolution.
Stanford Solar Center - The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory studies the sun. What it learns can teach us about the Earth.
United States Geological Survey - Research results for earth sciences, including biology. Check here for El Nino information too.
Animal Diversity Web - Quick and easy online encyclopedia that contains information on just about every group within the animal kingdom. Offers information on structure and classification of animals.
Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CEISIN) - Specializes in information that can help scientists, decision-makers and the public to better understand our changing world.
Environmental News Network (ENN) - Leading news source on the environment. Tons of articles, polls, and quality, resourceful information on environmental science.
US Global Change Research Information Office (GCRIO) - Provides access to data and information on global environmental change, research, strategies and technologies. Also contains technologies and science to benefit the environment.
Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics - An archive presenting and documenting some important and original contributions made before 1976 by 20th century women.
Physics World - Physics resource tools from all over the place.
Physlink - Comprehensive resources for physicists and physics students.
Princeton Plasma Physics Lab - A collaborative national center for fusion energy research.
Constellations and their Stars - From the University of Wisconsin astronomy department.
NASA's Office of Space Science - NASA's Space Science program seeks to understand the structure and evolution of the Universe, to explore the solar system, to better understand the Sun-Earth connection, to study the origin and distribution of life in the Universe, and to conduct an astronomical search for origins and planetary systems.
Note: When searching for information on this topic, also try such terms as: greenhouse effect, pollution, and environmental health. For in-depth information, search NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Environmental Protection Agency - Impacts and policies of global warming, and how individuals and corporations can help address these issues.
A Map View of the Problem - A map of the world illustrating local consequences of global warming.
Cooler Heads Coalition - Project of the Cooler Heads Coalition, formed to dispel the myths of global warming by exposing flawed economic, scientific, and risk analysis.
Envirolink - Interactive explanations of the phenomenon; from EnviroLink.
Brain Pop - BrainPOP creates animated, curricular content that engages students
Cyber Playground - A compilation of K-12 education resources, including for teachers, parents, and librarians.
Environmental Protection Agency - Don't forget about this if you're looking for information about the environment.
National Science and Technology Week Online - National Science Foundation projects for the classroom.
International Campaign to Ban Landmines - A network of more than 1.200 non-governmental organizations in 60 countries, working for a global ban on landmines.
Background and Goals of the United States Campaign to Ban Landmines - This is an abbreviated description for browsers that do not support frames) Website address:
Landmine Survivors Network - The Landmine Survivors Network is a non-profit organization created by landmine survivors to help the hundreds of thousands of civilian landmine victims, and to prevent new ones from ever joining
Note: Some of these sites are free; others ask you to subscribe, but provide some information for free, which is why we've included them.
UN Data – Search topics and statistical resources from UNdata
World Mapper – A collection of world maps and territories organized by economic, scientific, and demographic sets
Link TV – Provides global perspectives on news, events and culture
New York Times Video Homepage – Education/Instructional
Academic Earth – Video lectures by top scholars
DNA Tube – Scientific video site. Search featured videos, categories, and topics
Math TV – Search videos by topic
American Association of Individual Investors - Articles on insurance, investment planning, how tax-law changes affect IRA options.
BankRate - All sorts of useful personal finance information such as car loans, mortgage rates, cds, etc., including who is giving the best deal on credit cards.
Big Charts - Site charts a stock's performance, and lists BigMovers, BigPics, BigMarkets, and more.
Bloomberg - Articles from the magazine, news, and market updates. Also, interactive calculators for mortgage and education costs, and a currency converter.
MarketWatch - More stock info, quotes, research.
CNN Business - Breaking market news and stock quotes.
Edgar-Online - SEC Information.
Hoover's Online - Information on more than 11,000 public and private U.S. and International Companies.
Hypertext Finance Glossary - Don't know what the term means? Don't want to ask Dimitriou and look dumb? This site has 10,000 definitions of all those obscure financial terms.
Investor Guide - Includes a personal finance section with advice on insurance, saving for college, etc. Also, a section on the SEC, and links to home pages of public companies, as well as a stock split calendar.
New York Stock Exchange - With the rapid changes and advancement in technology in the marketplace, there is a need for businesses to be more agile, collaborative, and connected.
The Motley Fool - Look for the year's big winners and losers, updates on Dow theories, links to company message boards and the Fool's peculiar sense of humor.
Stock Smart - Stock market ticker runs across top of site continually. Includes daily news on dividends and detailed sector summaries.
The Street - Info on cheap stocks.
China - News, policies, information, the economy, education, Chinese literature, agriculture, history, political system, foreign policy, science, culture, and other information about China from the embassy of the People's Republic of China in the U.S.
The Census Bureau - Data on populations and income.
Constitutional Rights Foundation - What are your constitutional rights? This organization says it is dedicated to telling you about those rights. Faculty should check teacher resources. There are lessons on violence prevention, geared to the Columbine H.S. mess.
The United States Code - U.S. Code: Table of Contents
The National Archives - The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation's record keeper. Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, only 1%-3% are so important for legal or historical reasons that they are kept by us forever.
The White House - The executive department of the United States government.
The House of Representatives - Elected to a two-year term, each representative serves the people of a specific congressional district by introducing bills and serving on committees, among other duties.
The Senate - An assembly or council of citizens having the highest deliberative functions in a government, especially a legislative assembly of a state or nation
Congress.gov - Search for legislation by name, number, or subject.
The United Nations - An international organization of countries set up in 1945, in succession to the League of Nations, to promote international peace, security, and cooperation.