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MERLOT for Students is an online reference guide to the open access learning object repository, MERL...

This website by the nonprofit educational research and development organization, Concord Consortium,...

This is an institutional site from the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute that features many e...

This website started as a diverse repository of underwater photos from the Pacific Northwest and has...

Topics covered include: What makes creative people tick; Why motivation is crucial to creativity; Wh...

Pictolang contains the Culturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon (CAPL) for 16 commonly (and some lesse...

This site contains a Java-based applet that uses the Newton’s (a.k.a. Newton-Raphson) method to find...

This is a free mobile app by Gale the allows K through 12th grade students mobile access to reliable...

This tutorial walks students through ten scenarios related to plagiarism and offers immediate feedba...

This is a tutorial that will support a lesson on the digestive system. It contains animation, audio...

Making of America is a database of digitized American journals and monographs that offer information...

The website www.teachinghistory.org is an interactive history website for students in elementary, mi...

This case study is part of the “Great Unsolved Mysteries of Canadian History” site. The exercise exp...

This multimedia presentation offers users information about Ancient China, drawing on the collection...

This tutorial is designed to provide research resources for students and researchers for history, pr...

This is the companion website for the National Constitution Center, located on Independence Mall in...

This Web site contains a series of lesson plans on world religions and the concept of religious free...

This resource provides links to websites, libraries, and resources about Chinese history & culture....

This site explores four key topics in US history teaching students how to critically interact with c...

Women, War & Peace is a five-part PBS series that examines war from a woman's perspective. Episodes...

The material is an extensive source of information about literary criticism/literary theory. The ma...

This site offers writing topics, with references, and formulaic step-by-step instructions for variou...

This web page lists 91 ways to respond to literature (specifically, a “book”). The web page is in pl...

This free app allows users to go hands-free in their notetaking with a straightforward and efficient...