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Academy Curriculum Exchange
This site contains K-12 lesson plans organized by category for language arts, science, math, and social studies, as well as links to AskEric Lesson plans.

Education World
On this site you can find a variety of education links and printable lesson plans for K-Grad school. It also contains links to distance education sites. Be patient, this site loads slowly, but it is worth the wait.

FedWorld Home Page
FedWorld Homepage contains an index of electronic, full-text documents available from the U. S. Government. You can search over 30 million government web pages, find full text Supreme Court Decisions from 1937 to 1975, explore the Science and Technology government resource pages, and much more.

Google Scholar
Google Scholar is currently in a Beta version. Each Google Scholar search result represents a body of scholarly work. This may include one or more related articles, or even multiple versions of one article. For example, a search result may consist of a group of articles including a preprint, a conference article, a journal article, and an anthology article, all of which are associated with a single research effort. Grouping these articles allows us to more accurately measure the impact of research and to better present the different research efforts in an area.

Each search result contains bibliographic information, such as the title, author names, and source of publication. One set of bibliographic data is associated with the entire group of related articles and is our best estimate at the representative article for the group. This bibliographic data is based on information from the articles in the group, as well as on citations to these articles from other scholarly works.

How to Use A Semicolon
How to use a Semicolon is a quick lesson on the hows, whens, and whys of using a semicolon.

The Internet Public Library
The Internet Public Library is a cyberspace reference center developed by students in the School of Information and Library Sciences at the university of Michigan. This is a great beginning for professional materials for teachers, librarians and student searches.

The Library of Congress Home Page
Explore the exhibits at the Library of Congress. It also links to the American Memory collection, Global Gateway, and the legislative THOMAS collection.

The Math Forum: Internet Mathematics Library
This site is full of mathematic links from for all age levels including links and tutorials for Algebra to Topology.

OnLine Writing Lab (OWL): Purdue University
Purdue's Online Writing Lab offers printable handouts In a variety of writing areas such as general writing concerns to specific areas of punctuation, spelling and capitalization, parts of speech, research and documenting sources, as well as a variety of exercises and answer keys. The handouts may be viewed and worked online or downloaded and printed as a PDF file.

Smithsonian Institute
This site provides information about the sixteen different museums and the National Zoo.

Virtual Library Museum
This site offers links to museums all over the world. Click on a country and find an extensive list of libraries in alphabetical order.

The Virtual Reference Desk
The Virtual Reference Desk is produced by Purdue University Libraries. The site contains links to dictionaries, thesauri, and other standard references, as well as links to government, travel and general information.

U. S. Census Bureau
This is the page to find statistics on anything you ever wanted to know about the U.S. population and much more.

U.S. Department of Education
This site is packed with information about education and educational statistics on a national level. It also contains a link to President Bush's "No Child Left Behind" campaign

Yahoo Reference Directory
This site is updated regularly by Yahoo and contains links to a wide variety of subject sources.

Last Modified on April 22, 2014