September 12, 2003
A Publication of the Internet Scout Project
Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison
NSDL Scout Report for Math, Engineering, and Technology
University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: Ecology and Natural Resources Collection Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy Rebuilding Iraq How We Will Grow: Baseline Projections of the Growth of California's Urban Footprint through the Year 2100 Two on Grammar, Style, and Diction Hurricane Advisories.com Two on Ornithopters
Orca Live American Experience: The Center of the World-New York: A Documentary Film Association of American Colleges and Universities The AWARE Foundation Smithsonian American Art Museum: Director's Choice Two on Charles Mingus
Nice MCPlayer 1.3 InstantGet 1.41
Around the United States, Campuses Reflect on 9/11
Webgrammar's Free Tips
Project Ornithopter [pdf, mpg]
Charles Mingus-Verve Records [QuickTime, RealOnePlayer]
9/11 Remembrance Ceremony Helps Lighten Mood of Students
Yale Marks September 11th with Quiet Tone
Two Years Later: Students Reflect on Effects of Sept. 11, 2001
Education World: Helping Children Cope: Teacher Resources for Talking about Tragedy
NIMH: Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters
The first link leads to a news story about the events held to commemorate 9/11 on the campus of the University of Wisconsin from one of their student newspapers, the Daily Cardinal. The second link leads to an article from the PSU Digital Collegian that talks about the service activities that were an integral part of the remembrances on their campus in State College, PA. The third link leads to a news piece from the Yale Daily News that highlights the candlelight vigil, readings, and performances that were held this past Thursday. The fourth link leads to an article from the UCLA Daily Bruin that features comments from students about their reactions and feelings about the recent anniversary of the events of 9/11. The fifth link is to a special Web page developed by Education World that contains a number of resources for helping teachers talk with young people about coping with crisis and tragedy. The final link leads to a 10-page document developed by the National Institute of Mental Health that explicates what is known about the impact of violence and disasters on children and adolescents, and also suggests steps to minimize long-term emotional harm. [KMG]
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