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NanoGong is an applet that can be used by someone to record, playback and save their voice, in a web page. When the... see more

We currently have online language materials for more than 150 Indian nations of North America, and are adding more... see more

This page is our collection of Native American folktales and traditional stories that can be read online. We have indexed... see more

Each page explores a step in the frog dissection process, beginning with the materials set up, and concluding with a... see more

To help make quality education online part of everyday life, accessible and affordable for anyone, anywhere, at any time,... see more

Fun, interactive simulations of physical phenomena from the Physics Education Technology project at the University of... see more

The Play2Train environment is currently under the purview of the Idaho Bioterrorism Awareness and Preparedness Program... see more

This video clip was made for people who wonder why social networking sites are so popular. We think one reason is because... see more

The Chaco Digital Initiativeis a collaborative effort to create a digital archive that will integrate much of the widely... see more

Sound is caused by changes of pressure in the air that is transformed into nerve impulses in the inner ear. Explore "The... see more

The Immune System - Defending our BodiesIlya Mechnikov, one of the pioneers of immune system research, inserted a thorn... see more

A Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial created by Ramona Islam, with voice-overs by Christopher Dunham and Ramona Islam

R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It is a GNU project which is similar to the S... see more

The Visual Elements Periodic Table is a product of a larger Visual Elements  project. It is an arts and science... see more

Wilson's blog page distinguishes Creative thinking from Analytical and Practical Thinking in very concise and... see more

This article about Bob Rotheram's first experience of using audio to give feedback on student assignments. It led... see more

This Web site is primarily for teachers. It provides standards-aligned resources that make it easier to bring the history... see more

Before the 20th century, no one had heard of vitamins. It was Christiaan Eijkman who first pointed out a substance in... see more

An incredible collection of images and information on animal skeletons. So many of the bones in the collection carry... see more

This web site, which offers many excellent examples of assignments and podcasts, explores various uses of podcasting that... see more

We need several thousands of different proteins in our body. It is the genetic material, the DNA, in our cells that... see more

This resource is dedicated to a dozen specific concepts from the most recent literature on brain based learning... see more

This website is for people interested in learning more about how to design courses for greater student engagement and... see more

This engaging article provides clear explanations with useful examples that will help you develop and design highly... see more