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Online tutorials covering a wide range of physics topics, including modern physics and astronomy. Material is organized... see more

Online tutorial covering a large number of topics in basic electricity and magnetism.

A tutorial on basic electromagnetism from HyperPhysics, with extensive hyperlinks to relevant discussions.

A collection of pages illustrating basic concepts in electicity and magnetism. Applets from various authors included as... see more

This site is useful as a Christmas module describing the traditions and celebrations of Mexico. The reading selections... see more

This is a lesson plan to to engage students in a process of defining "culture" and examining its complexity. The goal of... see more

Online Nova documentary on eating disorders. Eight movie segments, 4 to 8 minutes each.

This site provides a downloadable free version of an authoring tool that can be used for demonstrations of how to use... see more

This site is the online Spanish version of the popular "Hola" magazine. It is Spain's version of "People" magazine.

This site provides a criteria chech list that can be used when evaluating information you find on the web. 

This site contains audio segments and images related to the history of Spain, Spanish Phonetics, Spanish Lexicon, and... see more

This site presents material which help in the design of web pages which look good. Style sheets, color other html... see more

Targeted at small public libraries, this overview of the collection development process covers community analysis,... see more

In 1955, Robert Vosper of the University of Kansas Libraries put together what would become an internationally recognized... see more

The Annenberg/CPB Channel provides quicktime videos, transcripts, handouts, and readings for an eight-part professional... see more

A complete online course in introductory physics, in PDF format.

Discussion of triboelectricity, with animation. Includes a detailed triboelectric chart.

1,000 most frequently used characters with pinyin, strokes, English translation, and Cantonese pronunciation

A division of CIRAL, this website offers a history of the French language in Quebec from the 16th and 17th centuries to... see more

Pedagogical activities on a wide variety of topics in French civilization.Modules including audio, video interviews with... see more

A list of over twenty FAQs (frequently asked questions) about Chinese characters in terms of etymology, radicals,... see more

A weekly selection of topical features from BBC Mundo with links to notes for language learners and complemented with... see more

These lesson plans were developed by the Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE) which was established to improve... see more