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The "Federal Court Concepts" module is designed to introduce secondary and postsecondary students to the American federal... see more

This collection of resources helps instructors integrate ICT literacy into anthropology curriculum. Resources include... see more

This bibliography focuses on information standards and guides for teachers of psychology. It includes MERLOT links,... see more

This is an introduction to sociology textbook that is editable by the users (in wiki format). 'Sociology is the study of... see more

A check list with multiple links to related sites for workplace planning for security and fire/explosion prevention and... see more

This is a free, online textbook that was developed by the author to engage his students in the course. The text is... see more

Neuroscience course syllabus for Basic Medical Sciences - It is a structured syllabus for third semester (First Year)... see more

Web guide with links to primary source materials related to the American Revolution and New Nation online at the Library... see more

'This course introduces students to the basic concepts and logic of statistical reasoning and gives the students... see more

This is the official reporter for U.S. Supreme Court cases.

There can be no more potent demonstration of the trust that Americans place in the rule of law and their confidence in... see more

This is a StAIR project that allows students to learn about the 18th amendment (Prohibition) while being engaged in the... see more

'Geography touches every aspect of our lives. At its simplest, geography is concerned with where something is at, why... see more

BBC Learning Schools: Contains over 9,000 K-12 (Primary & Secondary) Educational clips from its BBC Learning Zone Class... see more

This tutorial explains the value of taking your own notes in class and how to organize those notes. This is part 2 of a... see more

2016, Global Health Fellows: Mentor Encounter Form, Northern/Pacific Global Health Research Fellows Training Consortium,... see more

Imaging Japanese History is an online curriculum designed to enhance students' visual literacy skills, historical... see more

This is a free course offered as part of the Saylor Foundation's Professional Development program. 'This program is... see more

Introduction to Political Science Research Methods, 1st edition, is an Open Education Resource Textbook that surveys the... see more

Communication is part of everyone's life. Being able to communicate clearly and effectively - orally, visually and in... see more

These resources will help students improve their ability to cope with the complexity and quantity of reading required in... see more

Statistics show that voter turnout in the U.S. is low compared to other democratic nations. In addition studies have... see more

This Political Philosophy Reader was developed as an Open Textbook (OER, Open Educational Resource) for use in a... see more

"Social scientists collect evidence to support their claims and theories in different ways. Such evidence is crucial to... see more