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The National Standards for Arts Education includes expectations for K-12 dance, drama/theater, music and visual arts... see more

The Classroom Assessment Techniques -- CATs (Angelo and Cross, 1993) within the FLAG are succinct, self-contained,... see more

The International Committee on the Taxonomy of Viruses contains links to the latest key to virus taxonomy.

This site provides a very clear and organized overview about optics, the science of light. There is a table of contents... see more

The Univeristy of Notre Dame presents this online exhibit of 45 photographs taken by George Barnard during the Civil War... see more

An animation of how the DNA microarray technique is applied to studies with Herpes simplex virus

The Classical MIDI Connection is designed for classical music enthusiasts. It provides an easy method of accessing MIDI... see more

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (FAMSF) is the City's largest public arts institution. Comprised of the M.H. de... see more

This site allows you to create and store a variety of online games/quizzes related to content in your discipline or to... see more

This site provides a collection of radio dramas from The Mercury Theater on the Air series in the 1930s. The show... see more

A website with the most recent research on HIV/AIDS created by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

A list of links for Luso-Afro-Brazilian resources, organized by general subject.

This resource provides current information regarding countries in Central Europe. Articles regarding Croatia, the Czech... see more

VRML demonstrations of basic kinematics.

Demonstrates integration by fitting polygons under a curve.

From Wolfram Research. Allows user to type in a function, which a Mathematica engine then solves and displays the... see more

A tutorial, with applets and animations, on forces and Newton's Second Law. Includes a quiz.

Applet draws the position-versus-time plot of an object that is dragged across the screen by the user.

User sets various initial conditions, and the applet plots the acceleration, velocity, and distance versus time.

The Top 100 most popular programming-language reference sites, as compiled by the Web Developer's Library. Mostly deals... see more

Simulation and Tutorial, with downloadable executables, for discussing basic topics in quantum mechanics. Hungarian... see more

QuasiTiler draws Penrose tilings and their generalizations. This document explains the interesting geometry involved in... see more

PIRA (the Physics Instructional Resource Association) exists to serve the needs of Physics Instructional Support... see more

A list of links from various universities concerned with physics demonstrations.