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View Resource is provided by A to Z Teacher Stuff, whose primary goal is to enhance the learning of students everywhere through helping teachers find the resources they need. Educators can search or browse the science category, which contains hundreds of lesson plans organized by grade level from grade school through twelfth grade. Each listing contains the title, age recommendation, a rating...
View Resource Great Web sites for Kids

The American Library Association and the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) offers the Great Web Sites for Kids page. Users will find a large accumulation of recommended sites for kids under different categories such as science, which includes Astronomy and Space, Chemistry and Physics, General Science, Geology, Science Experiments, and Weather and Environment, among others. Other...
View Resource The University of Michigan Digital Humanities Series

The University of Michigan Digital Humanities Series is designed to "feature rigorous research that advances understanding of the nature and implications of the changing relationship between humanities and digital technologies." The website contains books, monographs, and a range of experimental formats that are made available at no charge. A great place to start is the "Our Books" area. Here...
View Resource Zocalo Public Square

Zocalo Public Square is a not-for-profit daily ideas exchange that blends live events and humanities journalism. The entire initiative is a project of the Center for Social Cohesion at Arizona State University and the New America Foundation, and its goal is to "explore connection, place, big ideas, and what it means to be a citizen, be it locally, regionally, nationally, or globally." Visitors...

View Resource Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere

Founded in 2005, the University of Florida's Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere is a rather unique, multi-disciplinary hub of intellectual activity. With a stated purpose of facilitating and promoting university-level humanities research, a good portion of the material here is aimed at an internal university audience. Yet there is still a great deal to explore for the general public....

View Resource New Jersey Institute of Technology: OpenCourseWare

The Open Course Consortium has many distinguished educational partners and the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is among their number. Their OpenCourseWare page brings together dozens of courses from their College of Engineering, School of Management, and the College of Science and Liberal Arts. A short selection of these courses includes Documentary Studies, Introduction to Optical...