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The Global Incident Map is a free website created to give the general public, law enforcement, military, educators and... see more

This is an instructional design plan that seeks to engage students in learning both the placement of every country in the... see more

This is a 7-minute-long video on recycling in Peru and Ecuador. It is appropriate for beginning to intermediate level... see more

These are lesson plans meant to accompany the "Going Green in the Andes" lesson packet on recycling in Peru and Ecuador.... see more

This is an 11-page Spanish lesson packet on recycling in Peru and Ecuador. Filled with photographs, colorful graphics,... see more

This NPR site features a story regarding a young female prisoner who became a model prisoner when incarcerated. The... see more

This practical guide aims to encourage young people to plant and maintain trees. The chapters take readers through the... see more

The Health IT Workforce Curriculum was developed for U.S. community colleges to enhance workforce training programmes in... see more

A 2005 Scientific American article on differences between male and female brains.

A collection of history maps of Asia and recent China maps showing cities, provinces, rivers, etc.

Homepage at University of Washington of Elizabeth F. Loftus, premiere researcher in the area of false memories.  Lists... see more

Photographic history of the first house of refuge, which opened in 1825, located in New York on Randall's Island.

Article from "The Chronicle of Higher Education" written by Scott Plous & Philip Zimbardo


This site includes biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of intelligence theory and... see more

The Human Intelligence website includes "biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of... see more

This is a free, online textbook from Saylor Foundation. 'Human Relations by Laura Portolese-Dias addresses all of the... see more

iCivics is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in... see more

Entry point to an extensive site containing information about earthquakes, how they effect buildings, and what civil... see more

Online resources for understanding the principles of pool and billiards. The site includes online video demonstrations... see more

Simple tool allows users to enter the amount of federal income tax they paid during 2010 and see how the government spent... see more

Article published in Psi Chi magazine and written by Samuel B. Pond III - North Carolina State University. Addresses... see more

This course will introduce the student to organizational psychology, or the application of psychological research and... see more