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World Wide Art Resources
A comprehensive registry of visual arts information worldwide on the Internet. Searchable database of artists, techniques, art history, galleries and museums. Also includes information on artists' materials, art education, dance and theater.
Provides daily updates and information on the Dow Jones Industrials, top stories, market reports, managing your money and business and more. Enter ticket symbols to get quotes online.
Online Educator magazine
Provides educators with up-to-the minute information about the Internet. a good place to point your mouse each day.
The Computer Teacher
A collection of articles from "The Computing Teacher," written by Judi Harris, with a focus on using the Internet as a tool for problem solving and collaboration.
American Association for Higher Education
Strategies for teaching assessments, teaching initiatives and current news and developments.
The magazine of higher learning reporting on developments in higher education since 1969.
National wildlife Federation
Information about endangered species, environmental education, the outdoors, wildlife, state birds, forestry and more.
Rainforest Action Network
Information regarding tropical rainforests, protection and human rights of persons living in and around the rainforests.
World-renown organization whose online site covers such issues as environmental protection, helping the planet and its biodiversity.
Internal Revenue Service
Friendly, lighthearted, graphically rich and easy to use. Features filing forms, tax tips and more..
The University of Michigan Government Documents
UM libraries and collections, electronic journals and newspapers, research and teaching support. Full text of a variety of documents gleaned from government sources on such subjects as Clinton's 1996 State of the Union Address, Whitewater, the flat tax, election news, Bosnia and the Oklahoma City bombing, among many others..
A service of the US Department of Commerce, statistics on trade, business and economic information..
The Library of Congress
Contains exhibits and events, Congressional information, historical collections and economic information..
Thomas Legislative Information
A searchable Constitution of the United States, full text of the Congressional Record, pending legislation and an e-mail addresses directory for members of Congress..
Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center
The official site of the primary foreign language training institution within the Department of Defense. Language learning resources including Latin Amercan, European and Middle Eastern resources.
A wealth of information including the Inaugural addresses of the Presidents from George Washington to George W.Bush. Also has search engines for the various dictionaries, Bartlett's Quotations, the works of Shakespeare, Gray's Anatomy, the Farmer's Cookbook, Bullfinch's Mythology and works by many famous poets and playwrights.
The American Civil War Homepage
Has links to hundreds of resources, including timelines, images, letters, diaries, bibliographies, specific battles and rosters, among others.
Any Day in History
Search the events occurring on any date in history, showing famous births and deaths, as well as historic events.
Early American History Archive
Resources for many notable American events and people, including writings, prtraits, notable women and milestone events as well as maps and documents, including the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of rights and the Constitution.
The Public's library and digital archive, including information on history, geography, biography, literatuire, language and the arts.
Literary Resources on the Net
A listing of resources, including Classical, Biblical, Medieval, Renaissance, 18th Century, Romantic, Victorian, American and Women's literature, along with theory. Maintained by Jack Lynch, Assistance Professor of English at Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.
The Voice of the Shuttle
A website for the humanities research, including anthropology, archaeology, gender studies, philosophy, politics, literature and cultural studies.
The PBS Channel
Internet version of The Newshour with Jim Lehrer..
Online version of the National Public Radio Broadcasts, with Real Audio samples.
Online Newspapers Throughout the World
A vast country-by-country listing of online newspapers throughout the globe.
Search and browse 4,000 continuously updated news sources.
Academy of Natural Sciences
An international museum of natural history operating since 1812, its website includes research focusing on the environment and its diverse species. Including over 800 pages and 7 publicly accessible collection databases.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope
The latest Hubble space Telescope observations available at NASA's Space Telescope Sciences Institute website.
Offers the latest discoveries and research projects in all fields of science from labs across North America.
The Nobel Foundation
Announcements of the most recentNobel Prize winners, with over 7,000documents regarding past Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, peace and economic sciences.
Official site for NASA's Earth Science Enterprise, including news, image of the day and earth science resources.
South Asia Women's Net
A highly resourceful forum for South Asian women. Countries covered include Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka..
Women in History
Short biographies of accomplished women through history in various areas of expertise.
National Organization for Women
Resource of women's issues including equal rights, violence, economics, family,health, careers, business and more.
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