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  1. Federal Resources for Educational Excellence 
  2. The Open University   Open Learn  - The home of free Learning from the Open University  
  3. Big Eye    
  4. Search Beat  
  5. Regents Exam - All Subjects  The goal of this nonprofit site is to help high school students meet the New York State Regents requirements in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. This project is supported by a federally funded Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant and the Learning Technology Grant.
  6. Business Digital Librarian: a librarian's choice of the best of the Web    Corey Williams, October 15, 2012, District Dispatch, News for Friends of Libraries from the ALA Washington Office. Libraries' scanning and digitizing works to make them available via the HDL is fair use. Searching the full-text of works is fair use. Preserving the digitized works is fair use. Providing access to digitized works via the HDL to people with print disabilities is fair use
  7. Nobel  Prize Internet Archive  Welcome to the Nobel Prize Internet Archive! Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been awarded annually as per Alfred Nobel's last will and testament. This site maintains information on all winners in all categories. Click on any Nobel category at left (literature, physics, chemistry, peace, economics, or physiology & medicine) to see an annotated, hyperlinked list of all Nobel laureates in that category.  The Nobel Prize Internet Archive is fully interactive. If you have an interesting and useful Internet link about a particular Nobel Laureate, you can add your link instantly to that laureate's home page here at the Archive. We encourage you to add links as often as you like. The educational value of this Archive depends on contributions and resourcefulness its users. Want to try it out? Why not roll the dice, and start with a random Nobel link!?  
  8. Resource Help        To give viewers the most useful resources, top sites, newest sites,  references, homework study, and informational links.  New categories and links are added through research, reviews, magazines and by your suggestions and submittals. The focus is linking the best resource sites on the Internet in helping you discover great content from across the Web. There are many excellent resources coming online everyday and ResourceHelp is linking what we think the world is searching for. ResourceHelp is updated daily/weekly with new sites. We check the links monthly and if they are not active they get deleted on the third try.  If you have a good educational resource sent it on by clicking "Here".  For full site directory click "Here"
  9. Wise Geek  Clear answers for common questions.  Science and Engineering (336 Articles) History and Government.(87 Articles)  Sports and Hobbies (56 Articles)  Travel and Entertainment (49 Articles)  Animals and Environment (247 Articles), Food and Cooking  (598 Articles), People (54 Articles), and many more subjects.  Check it out!
  10. Study Stack  Flash Cards  strives to help people learn what they want to learn. The StudyStackTM concept was designed to help people memorize information about various subjects. Using the StudyStack web site, you use your computer to display a stack of "virtual cards" which contain information about a certain subject. Just like flashcards, you can review the information at your own pace discarding the cards you've learned and keeping the ones you still need to review. When you enter data on studystack, the data can be studied using many different activities such as flashcards, a matching game, a word search puzzle, and a hangman game. You can also export the data to your cellphone or PDA so you can review it when you are away from the computer. Click on one of the categories below to display a list of existing study stacks. Geography,  HistoryMathLanguagesScienceMedicineMiscellaneous
  11. Quizlet  Flash cards and more.
  12. Discovery  - Education for Teachers  Discovery Education offers a broad range of free classroom resources that complement and extend learning beyond the bell.   Foster deeper engagement and opportunities for students to take charge of their own learning with high quality, engaging, relevant tools designed for today’s busy teachers and parents. Explore our programs and contestsinteractive gamespuzzleslesson plans, videos and more. 
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