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Sponsored by the American Studies Association,the American Studies Crossroads Project is an international networking and... see more

The Public Broadcasting System describes this Website with these words of introduction: "As the third millennium nears,... see more

"Is writing simply a gift to a few, or is it a skill we can teach? In a world of instant information, sound bites, and... see more

An extensive source for online fiction, nonfiction, verse, and reference books, this Website contains not only classic... see more

This site offers an easy-to-follow guide for teachers and students who want to construct a web site. The guide covers... see more

Using this scripted slide set, students can click through composting steps to learn how to make compost and how to use it... see more

The site offers over eight thousand graphic images of illustrated covers to issues of the dime novels and story papers... see more

A gateway site to current information about genetics in education, this source also provides links to online tutorials.

EDSITEment is a growing collection of online resources for teaching English, history, art history, and foreign languages.

Links to java applets for chemistry are listed on this gateway site.

The collection of 50 short video documentaries showcases individual Americans reading and speaking personally about poems... see more

An extensive alphabetical list of poets links the visitor to biographical information, some poetry readings, and other... see more

By selecting the language you speak and the language you want to learn, instruction is given using vocabulary,... see more

The homepage contains various links to the life, times, and work of Geoffrey Chaucer. Sections include Life of Chaucer,... see more

These twelve "unvarnished" tales from a 1914 translation include at least one illustration, and audio is provided for... see more

This website showcases the vast collections of the State Museum of Russia. A database of high resolution images of museum... see more

This site is part of a series of Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids. This page presents the process of law-making in... see more

Celebrating the American Renaissance, this multimedia web site offers materials for visitors "to learn about the... see more

An online collection of calculators and worksheets gathered from the World Wide Web, this site offers links to useful... see more

This policy covers the many forms of intellectual property associated with the creative and scholarly activities of... see more

This website offers links to various aspects of space and space exploration such as: NASA Search, Solar System, Earth,... see more

This site is a companion to a PBS program on the life and work of nineteenth-century Louisiana author Kate Chopin.... see more

Using literary maps and photographs, this Library of Congress site documents the connections between America's geography... see more

This gateway site has extensive links to legal information. It contains a wide array of international, federal, state,... see more