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Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Libraries, Language, Math and Science
Translate websites and up to 150 words to & from 8 different languages.
America as presented by the Library of Congress
Contains a complete video archive of all American Presidents: Life Portraits, plus biographical facts, key events, Presidential places, reference materials and teacher guides.
Online graphical guide to to spelling American Sign Language
Got a question? Meet Dr. W.S. Universe, the world's most curious car. Brought to you by Washington State University
The site aims to index all the available biographies on the web.
The principal purpose of COW is to provide the interested user, with the opportunity to learn and practice problems in calculus (and in the future other topics in mathematics) in a friendly environment via the internet
Read classic books online for free.
Online dictionary and Roget's Thesaurus. Includes many foreign languages dictionaries too.
Providing complete coverage of both the northern and southern skies.
Learn sign language with their animated examples.
Why not tell stories from American history through song, contemporary sounding music that young people would like and would have all the passion, mystery and intrigue of an action-adventure drama.
The IPL exists to provide services and information which enhance the value of the Internet to its ever-expanding and varied community of users.
A linguistic website which offers samples of 2000 languages in the world.
Anagram (find words within other words) engine. Excellent resource for word game players.
Online version of their collegiate dictionary and thesaurus.
Online version of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City
Online version of the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago
Organizing the first worldwide vote as to which 7 of 25 nominated monuments shall be elected the New 7 Wonders of the World.
OLogy is a science web site for kids and is home to an amazing collection of over 32 million objects and specimens--everything from endangered tiger DNA to giant dinosaur fossils.
A guide to over 160 different alphabets, syllabaries and other writing systems.
Complete information on the periodic table of elements.
Learn to play the piano online.
Listings and hyperlinks to Presidential Libraries.
Learning resources and activities for families, kids and teachers.
A solar system simulator that creates a color image of your favorite planet or satellite.
An online thesaurus.
History of the Underground Railroad from National Geographic.
Investigating international English from a British viewpoint.
Daily buzzword and word games for kids.
A global language resource.