. . . get involved in your child's homework. Even if you don't know the
right answers you'll now know where to look.
on the Net
Tour the world of contemporary
art in this online virtual art gallery.
Gallery of Art
This beautiful site offers
an online tour of our nation's art. Once inside you may view collections,
find out about upcoming programs, and the art of America.
Museum of Art
Thinking about going to
New York? Stop here before making your plans. With over 2 million
items in their collection, this is a museum you don't want to miss.
Current exhibits are displayed on this site.
of Congress Country Studies
Culture, Government & Politics
More info on countries from
the Area Handbook Studies. Search, browse, and retrieve facts on
85 countries. Countries are added as the information becomes available.
This is an electronic field
trip with project bulletin boards and a student's corner that includes
activities and updates. The Jason Project goes on a different expedition
each year. Previous expeditions have been to Belize, the Galapagos Islands,
and the Great Lakes.
and Research Networks
Historical collections from
the National Digital Library at the Library of Congress. Explore primary
source material relating to American culture and history. Search or browse
historical recordings, photographs, motion pictures, and documents.
Pick any country and get
maps, flags, political, economic and other updated information collected
by the CIA.
A Department of Justice
run resource for kids and teachers.
Myths, folklore and legends
from around the globe. Search or browse mythologies from traditional Greek
and Roman myths to Native American, Persian, Celtic and others.
If you haven't already done
so, you may want to bookmark this site. It's a popular place for checking
out the states. Locate maps, mottos, crests, and other information
about each state.
Great site for surfing almost
3,000 years of world history. Site includes maps, graphics, and timelines.
Historical Documents Full-text historical documents at the Michigan.
Presidents of the United States
An incredible site with
extensive information about America's presidents. Includes speeches, election
results, biographies, and even links to video and audio files.
This site tracks the political
progress of over 13,000 public officials
The THOMAS directories are
internationally known for their comprehsnive research databases and this
site is no exception. Check out the latest Congressional legislation, debate,
and committee assignments.
A searchable database including
UN news and documents
for the Study of American History
of Congress - Ask
Can't get to the Library?
Our online reference service is there when you can't get to us in person
or on the phone.
Help for every school topic.
Searchable for quick action.
reference tools, and more stuff to help you nab that perfect grade.
This virtual library offers
a reference section, links to a huge variety of sites, a teen section,
and other great services.
Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
Incredible site on DiscoverySchool.com
350 links divided by topic.
Got a math questions? ask
Dr. Math. AND If you can't find the answer on his site, just e-mail
him directly for help.
Facts & Figures
An International Environmental Science and Education Partnership
A project that includes
students and teachers from over 3000 schools in 39 countries working with
scientists to learn more about our planet. Visit the site for information
or to find out how you can get involved.
This site uses the same
incredible programming of both the Discovery and Learning Channels. Check
their weekly programs or seasonal program themes.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Great site for the latest
info on space missions. Includes pictures, video, fact sheets, and news
flashes from space.
This image database gives
you a close look at many of NASA's images from the planetary exploration
program. Click on the image to get a planetary profile.
NASA's Internet Initiative.
NASA takes you online to exciting space projects and missions. A "HOT TOPICS"
section gives you the latest news in space, and a search engine helps you
find space-related topics easily.
Frog Dissection Kit
It may not be pretty to
look at, but it's informative. Browsers have the chance to dissect a frog
on-line! It's cleaner and smells a lot better than the school lab.
"The Science behind the
News." The National Institute of Science Education presents a site which
explains the "science" behind our everyday news. It examines winter storm
patterns, meteor showers, cloning techniques in sheep, and much more! Understand
the headlines of the day in a new way!
Table of Elements
Logon to this site and discover
who we are, population numbers and more.
Who said what and when did
they say it? Find out by using Bartlett's mammoth online search engine.
Searchable archive of almost
400 Greek and Roman classical texts (in English!) with user commentaries.
This site contains the full
text of Shakespeare's writings and links to other sites.
Guide to Grammar and Good Writing
Don't miss this incredibly
practical grammar/writing guide. Read others' questions, submit your own,
connect to other writing sites, or browse the topics.
Stumped? Get the right word
from this online version of Roget's Thesaurus.
Elements of Style
THE classic guide to writing.
Simple and clear descriptions make writing a snap.
Semantic Rhyming Dictionary
Need to finish that poetry
assignment? This site can help.
of Online Dictionaries
Over 600 dictionaries in
over 150 languages--even English!
Papers from around the world.
Browse by country or, for the U.S., by state.