Musee de Louvre -- Official Web site of the Louvre Museum in France. Provides historical information about the museum and its vast collection.
Museum of Fine Arts (Boston)-- Home page of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. Includes an online Museum Tour.
ArtsConnectEd -- A user-friendly Web site for Arts educators created by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center.
Biography.com -- Searchable site created by A&E Television. Contains brief biographies of 25,000 famous people.
Distinguished Women -- Searchable site of biographies of notable women who have made significant contributions in all areas of society. Includes links to books about women.
Internet Movie Database - Provides brief biographies of celebrities and other people involved in moviemaking.
Boston.com -- Online resource for Boston's news, cultural events and sports.
Townonline -- Guide to towns in eastern Massachusetts.
Bureau of Labor Statistics -- Home page of the U.S. Department of Labor. Includes searchable Occupation Outlook Handbook with A-Z index.
College Scholarships -- An all purpose college and scholarship information site which includes links to nine free internet scholarship search data bases, links to college websites and online applications, college admissions office email addresses and (mostly toll free) phone numbers, ACT and SAT prep information, and much, much more. The site has been the recipient of more than 25 internet awards and receives more than 150,000 visits each month.
Collegenet -- Search engine to find college information. Includes financial aid and scholarship resources.
Collegeview -- Searchable online resource of college, financial aid and career information. Get Recruited -- Offers students a chance to be recruited by, and perhaps be offered scholarships to attend, colleges, universities and graduate schools throughout the United States. This great service is absolutely free.
Guaranteed Scholarships -- Lists and describes scholarships offered by individual colleges and universities to all enrolled students meeting the specific criteria.
Hotmail-- E-mail service from the Microsoft Network.
Integrity E-mail - MSJA faculty e-mail service.
Yahoo EMail - E-mail service from Yahoo search engine.
Encarta -- Encyclopedia offered online by Microsoft.
Encyclopedia.com -- Encyclopedia offered as a part of the Electronic Library from Infonautics Corp.
Refdesk - Virtual reference desk providing easy access to Internet-wide resources. "Fact checker for the Internet."
DisneylandParis-- Official Disney site for the Paris theme park.
Radio France - Valuable site for French students who want to listen to recordings in French covering news, literature, music , culture and a variety of other subjects.
Yahoo -- French version of popular search engine. Includes links to other foreign language Yahoo sites.
Map Machine -- Online atlas provided by National Geographic.
Smithsonian Institute -- Home page of the Smithsonian Institute. Includes links to information about cultures from around the world.
American Memory Collection - Extensive collection of primary historical resources from the Library of Congress.
Decades of the Twentieth Century - Informative site from the Alameda County Library, offering links to sites covering all decades in the last century.
The History Channel -- Helpful history Web site produced by the History Channel. Includes timelines.
EyeWitness-- Web site from Ibis Communications providing eyewitness accounts of historical events.
National Women's History Project -- Site celebrating Women in History created by NWHP, an educational non-profit organization.
ALA -- Home page of the American Library Association.
Boston Public Library -- Home page of Boston Public Library. Includes Teen Lounge and Homework Help links.
Internet Public Library -- Electronic library with links to reference tools, magazines and newspapers. Includes a teen page.
Librarians' Index to the Internet -- Annotated subject directory of Internet resources sponsored by the Library of California.
Library of Congress -- Home page of the Library of Congress. Includes links to library catalogs, American Memory Page and the Thomas Register.
MBLC-- Home page of the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Provides access to library catalogs, library Web pages and databases.
MSLMA - Home page of the Massachusetts School Library Media Association.
The Dickens Page -- Web site offering a wealth of information about the life and work of Charles Dickens.
The English Server -- Collection of links categorized by topics such as drama, cultural theory or poetry.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet -- Collection of links to a variety of Web sites devoted to the Bard.
Poets.org - Informative site published by the Academy of American Poets. Includes archive or poets and their poems, a listening booth and literary links.
Teenreads.com - Informative site devoted to the world of Young Adult Literature.
Chronological Index of Women Mathematicians -- Great resource for Women in History assignments.
Amazon.com --Bookstore providing readers' advisory/book reviews as well as ordering information.
Findlaw --Links to a variety of online legal resources.
Mapquest -- Consumer travel site with information on how to reach particular destinations.
School Library Journal -- Online version of professional magazine for Librarians and Media Specialists.
Catholic Encyclopedia -- Online version of encyclopedia.
Catholic Online -- The Catholic Web resource including Catholic news, index of Saints and Angels, daily readings and prayers.
C.S. Lewis Online -- A Web resource for fans of the creator of Narnia.
Virtual Religion Index -- Site created by Rutgers University Religion Department providing links to a variety of religion-related web sites.
NASA EdSpace -- Educational page created by NASA about the Space Program. Includes links to other NASA sites for kids.
National Geographic -- Home page of National Geographic Society, the "World's Largest Nonprofit Scientific and Educational Organization." Includes sections for kids, parents and teachers.
MedlinePlus -- MedlinePlus will direct you to information to help answer health questions. MedlinePlus brings together, by health topic, authoritative information from NLM, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), other government, non-profit and other health-related organizations. Preformulated MEDLINE searches are included in MedlinePlus and give easy access to the medical research literature. It also provides you with a database of full-text drug information and an illustrated medical encyclopedia.
WebElements -- Up-to-date interactive Periodic Table with information about all of the elements.
WebMD -- Comprehensive site for information on medicine, health and wellness.
IPL Science Fair Project Resource Guide
Rasmussen College Science Fair Resources
Successful Science Fair Projects
Terra.com -- Comprehensive Spanish search engine from Lycos. Includes links to individual Hispanic nations.
Yahoo -- Spanish version of popular search engine. Includes links to other foreign language Yahoo sites.
Actden.com -- Interesting site providing software tutorials (including PowerPoint) and online courses for K-12 teachers.
Deweybrowse.org -- Featured at Site of the Month in School Library Journal, this site, which was created by librarian, Gail Shea Grainger, is arranged like a card catalog into 12 subject areas, and is a great starting point for students' research.
Discovery.com -- From Discovery Communications, Inc. Includes lesson plans, science fair resources, and puzzlemaker.
Global School House -- International site of shared resources for educators.
Glogster.com -- Online tool to create posters. Great resource to integrate technology across the curriculum.
Grade Connect -- Web site created by teachers to post assignments and grades online. Accessible by students and their parents.
Teaching Tolerance -- Free easy-to-use lesson plans for all grade levels.
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