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K-12 Archives
Activities Integrating Mathematics and Science Educational Foundation 
The AIMS Education Foundation -- Activities Integrating Mathematics and Science -- maintains this site as a resource for its K-9 educational program. Primarily for educators, browsers can access an AIMS discussion forum, a puzzle corner, and an extensive activity archive containing classroom exercises.

CEARCH Virtual Schoolhouse
The Cisco Educational Archive is a library of links to K-12 resources. Visitors can search this virtual schoolhouse for links in all academic subjects. Search engines for other educational levels and specialized subjects are included.

Cisco Educational Archives
Cisco Systems, a supplier of interactive network solutions for schools and businesses, maintains this online educational archive and resources catalog (CEARCH) featuring a keyword search engine. Other features at this site include a meta-library called the Virtual Schoolhouse and
information about the sponsoring company.

ePALS Classroom Exchange
Connect with over 7,000 registered classrooms from more than 80 countries through the Internet. Great for language, history, geography, social studies, cultural awareness projects and more!

At the Explorer Web site browsers can view a database of resources for K-12 mathematics and science education. The database is a joint project of the Great Lakes Collaborative and the University of Kansas, and is funded by the U.S. department of Education.

Weather Unit
The Weather Unit provides links to K-12 lessons in a variety of disciplines, including math, science, reading, drama, social sciences and other areas of study. This page also links to the Collaborative Lesson Archive.
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K-12 Teaching and Learning

ABC's of the Writing Process
This is a guide though the entire writing process, from "hatching" ideas to publishing. It is a good site for teaching writing.

Access Excellence
High school biology teachers are connected with scientists, scientific information and each other through the online network, Access Excellence. The national education program is sponsored by Genentech, Inc.

Antelope Publishing - Children's Books
This site features children's books online. Additional titles on CD-ROM can be ordered.

Antelope Publishing- Folk Tales
This is a great source for online folk tales. The site is updated regularly.

Appetizers and Lessons for Math and Reason
The Appetizers and Lessons for Math and Reason site is an online math and logic classroom. Grade school students learn how to use rules and patterns or click math lessons covering everything from basic arithmetic to calculus.

Consortium for School Networking The Consortium for School Networking advocates getting K-12 schools wired. It offers an overview of its projects on this gopher server and includes menus on networking, conferences and legislation.

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The mission of EE-Link, Environmental Education on the Internet, is to help educators and students explore the environment and investigate current issues. EE-Link comes complete with classroom resources, organizations, an educational directory, regional information and more.

Global Student News
Global Student News seeks to provide a forum for sharing ideas useful to students and educators involved in news media. Using Internet distribution as a springboard, the site offers learning tools to get student online publications up and running.

Golden Legacy History Series
Golden Legacy publishes inspiriational visually appealing magazines on  great African-Americans and others. The series covers key events in each figure's life.

Growing Seasons
Farm life in the early 1900's is the theme of this website. Notebook excerpts provide background information for the activities.

Hillside Elementary School
Web 66, a project to introduce K-12 educators and students to Web publishing, hosts this home page for Hillside Elementary School, of Cottage Grove, Minn. Visitors will find school information here, as well as home pages from various classrooms.

Hoffer School
Hoffer Elementary School offers information here on its photography and media-related student projects. Check out group pictures, past exhibits from the California Museum of Photography and highlights of the children's other Internet adventures.

Home School Village
Home School Village is a resource and interactive site for children, teenagers and adults who want to direct and take charge of their own learning rather than have their learning directed for them by public and private education.

Houghton Mifflin Company
Houghton Mifflin, a Boston, Mass.-based instructional text publisher, maintains this promotional site for company and product information. Visit here to learn about its wide range of educational materials, textbooks, and fiction and nonfiction titles for adults and children.

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Interactive Frog Dissection
This interactive, online tutorial leads visitors through the dissection of a frog. Designed for high school biology labs, this electronic frog has an advantage over the formaldehyde-packed kind: it can be used over and over.

Intercultural E-Mail Classroom Connections
Intercultural E-Mail Classroom Connections is a free service linking teachers and students with e-mail partners in other countries and cultures. At this site you can read about projects and programs, subscribe to IECC or search the archives.

International Olympiad in Informatics
The International Olympiad in Informatics is an annual computer science competition for seniors at secondary schools around the world. Visitors will find rules and regulations, previous competition task lists and information on the upcoming competition.

Internet for Learning
RM is a company supplying Internet technology to grade schools in the United Kingdom. The Internet for Learning home page describes RM's subscription service which features direct Internet connections, technical support, a filtered news service, POP mail and a home page creation option.

Learning in Motion
Learning in Motion is a corporate producer of K-12 educational software. Visitors will find information and demos of the company's math, science and multimedia note-taking programs. Includes a list of "top 10 educational sites" on the Web.

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Learning Web at the U.S. Geological Survey
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) maintains The Learning Web, a page dedicated to K-12 education, exploration and learning. This page contains curricula resources and information about a variety of Earth-related topics.

Lexington Bicycle Safety Program
Bicycle safety comes to the World Wide Web through this site from the Lexington Bicycle Safety Program. The nonprofit organization features a curriculum kit for elementary school teachers and a video public service announcement featuring U.S. sports celebrities.

MathMagic is a project for K-12 students to solve math problems while using the Internet. The challenges are split into grade groupings, with current and past puzzles available. Teachers can use this site to prompt discussions and carry on what kids learn. Registration costs, but unregistered visitors can work the problems, too.

MathMol (Mathematics and Molecules) from New York University serves as an introduction to the field of molecular modeling. Features here include a software archive, library of structures, a special section on water and MathMol for the K-12 set.

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Montessori Educational Computer Systems (MECS)
Fully interactive multimedia educational software based on the Montessori method of education. Programs include spoken presentations by a professional Montessori teacher. CDROMs for Macintosh or Windows.

NASA Lewis Research Center HPCC/IITA K-12 Program
The NASA Lewis Research Center provides this site with information about the High Performance Computing and Communications/Information Infrastructure Technology Applications K-12 Program, an educational program designed to increase the computer literacy of K-12 students.

National Center for Education Statistics
This site is a good tool for learning to use graphs and statistics.

Net-happenings is a service that allows educational network staffers and K-12 educators to inform other Internet users of online educational events and resources. Visitors here can search through archived listings or submit their own Net-based learning tools for publicity.

New Tools for Teaching
This report from James J. O'Donnell at the University of Pennsylvania on Internet-based teaching tools, provides an overview of the communications, archiving and information search resources of the growing electronic network. Includes help for beginners.

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NonEuclid: Geometry Software
Visit this page to learn about a Rice University software package that offers "an interactive simulation of the Poincare Model of Hyperbolic Geometry for use in high school and undergraduate education." Find an introduction to the software and a discussion of the model it presents.

On-Line Biology Book
To use a good and comprehensive biology book, visit this site.

On-Line Visual Literacy Project
From Pomona College in Claremont, Calif., the On-Line Visual Literacy Project presents audio, animation and text to explain the rudiments of visual communication. Among the basic visual elements explored are dots, lines, shape, hue, motion, value and direction.

Quest: NASA K-12 Internet Initiative
Quest is a NASA sponsored K-12 Internet initiative to provide support and services for teachers and students to fully utilize the Internet as a basic tool for learning. Includes links to NASA researchers, research sites and online interactive activities.

Featuring the best in Educational Web Sites. Their mission is to find ‘The Best of Educational Web Sites, examine hundreds of sites each month and look for quality sites to present to you. So you are probably wondering how does a site ‘make it’ as a Skewl Site? In other words, what is our definition of a quality, educational site?

SRA K-8 educational publisher, teaching resources
Elementary educational teaching resources and programs in reading, phonics, language arts, math, direct instruction, art, science, social studies, ESL/bilingual, supplementary instruction material in reading. Also includes multimedia test preparation early childhood.

Australia's Melbourne-based SchoolsNET is dedicated to providing Internet access and online educational resources to schools. Its home page provides teachers and students alike with links to online course materials, electronic conferences and virtual field trips.

Sites for Educators
This site provides a comprehensive list of links to sites for educators, including various search engines, resources from the state of Oregon, and resources in the humanities, sciences and mathematics.

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The StarChild Project is a NASA educational initiative aimed at providing learning experiences to K-12 students. Find astronomy-related topics discussed and demonstrated in fun and easy terms at this site.

Teacher Talk
The Teacher Talk home page, provided by the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University, is an online publication for pre-service,
secondary education teachers. Visit here for current and back issues, a topic list, and related resources.

Tutor 2000
Tutor2000 is revolutionizing the tutoring industry. Using their service a tutor can attract students with ease and everybody can search for a professional to help them master a subject or just sharpen their skills.

USDA for Kids
This website from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has information on topics from food to weather, presented in an appealing format.

Urban Education Web
UEweb is dedicated to assisting urban students and those who teach, guide and mentor them. Among other features, this "Clearinghouse on Urban Education" includes urban and minority family resources, topical publications, education materials, and links to ERIC (library) databases.

Virtual FlyLab
Scientists at California State University have devised the Virtual FlyLab to enable viewers to "play the role of a research geneticist." Custom design fruit fly matings to create personalized mutations, learning the correct rules of genetic inheritance as you go.

Virtual Science Forum
A virtual science fair, complete with registration, judging and prizes is held annually at this site. Browse the sample exhibits or obtain entry information at this educational site.

Adrian Dingle's Chemistry Pages
This site offers a chemistry course for regular, honors and AP chemistry. Mr. Dingle has included textbook chapters and labsheets. For anyone wishing to improve their chemistry skills, this is the place to go.

Whales: A Thematic Web Unit
Teachers can use this site's lesson plans, homework suggestions and book reviews to teach a unit on whales. The site, maintained by a graduate student in education, also includes a project gallery and activities for students that involve whales.

The site is a resource for teachers and students. It has lesson plans for teachers and links for students including links to Shakespeare online.

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Resources from Companies and Organizations

Apple Education Worldwide
Apple Computer's online educational home invites visitors to tour educational sites on the Web. Browsers can jump to news of Apple products designed for classroom use at all levels, seminars, promotions and more. In English, French and German.

Center for Excellence in Education
Founded by Admiral H. G. Rickover (father of the Nuclear Navy) in McLean, Va., the Center for Excellence in Education sponsors the Research Science Institute, a six-week summer research internship for America's brightest students in science and math. This site provides information about the program, past participants and other CEE projects and events.

Private School
A new year! New challenges! Fresh starts! What? You don't know how to integrate new technologies into your teaching? You are not alone! Here's some encouragement and some resources to get you going!

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Cyber High School
Cyber High School is a college preparatory school offering classes via the Internet. Visitors can learn about the philosophy behind this alternative school, how it operates and what kind of curriculum if follows. Admissions information is also available.

Kaplan Educational Centers
Kaplan claims to be the world's leader in standardized test preparation classes. At this promotional site visitors can learn about the company by downloading free games, visiting an online classroom or checking out the library.

MECC, a leading producer of children's software, posts a company overview and product list on this promotional page. It includes a software primer for parents and links to dozens of child advocacy groups on the Web.

Mountain Lake Software
This promotional site is the Web home of Mountain Lake Software, a California-based publisher of educational software. Visitors can learn more about the company, its products and services, plus find product demos and other free offers.

Smith Law firm: Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect
A summary of the major features of statutes requiring mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect. References and links to statutes in all 50 states.

UNICEF USA works in more than 160 countries and territories providing health care, clean water, improved nutrition, and education to millions ofchildren in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.

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K-12 Projects

A project of the Virginia Public Education Network, Anthology is a first step in developing a client-server system accessible by the state's K-12 teachers and students. Visitors to the Anthology home page can learn more about the project and its aims.

Center for the New Engineer
The Center for the New Engineer (CNE), a project funded by U.S. Department of Defense, aims to create new approaches in engineering- and science-based education. Visit this site to learn about the CNE's activities and staff, publications, tutorial modules and K-12 educational resources.

Common Knowledge: Pittsburgh
This site provides information about Common Knowledge: Pittsburgh, a collaborative project started by the Pittsburgh Public Schools, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and the University of Pittsburgh. CK:P is aimed at developing a computer networking infrastructure for educational uses. Visitors here can find out about the project's design and progress.

Computer as Learning Partner
The mission of the "Computer as Learning Partner" project at the University of California at Berkeley is to facilitate science education for middle school students nationwide. Find out about CLP's conceptual framework and instructional approach at this Web site, as well as info about their curriculum and software.

Educational Space Simulations Project
The Educational Space Simulations Project is sponsored by the Houston Independent School District and Rice University. Visitors to this page will find information on projects that combine technological simulations with educational programs for children.

Enlaces Project Information Service
The Chilean Ministry of Education's Enlaces Project is designed to study the cost and effectiveness of placing computers in elementary and secondary schools. This site outlines the project, in English and Spanish, and provides links to Chilean education servers.

Far West Laboratory
One of 10 regional educational laboratories created by Congress in 1966, the Far West Laboratory (FWL) provides services and expertise to the education communities in Arizona, California, Nevada and Utah. This organizational site explains FWL's range of services, and provides topical updates and information.

Fermilab Education Office
Information on education programs of the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory are the focus of this site. Also included are course materials and teachers' resources, including a quarterly journal. Fermilab is home to the world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Tevatron.

GLOBE Program
The GLOBE Program unites students, teachers and scientists for the study of the environment. At its home page, GLOBE explains its organizational philosophy, describes current projects and programs.

International Olympiad in Informatics
The International Olympiad in Informatics is an annual computer science competition for seniors at secondary schools around the world. Visitors will find rules and regulations, previous competition task lists and information on the upcoming competition.

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Jason Project
The Jason Foundation for Education offers this Web site devoted to providing information about the Jason Project, a national program designed to bring educational technologies to high schools across the U.S. Visitors can read pages on Jason Project news bulletins, discussion groups, student and teacher resources or learn how to participate.

Jason VI: Island Earth
The Jason Project sponsors an annual scientific expedition that is covered electronically for students in grades 4 - 8. The sixth expedition, which explored Hawaii and the inside of a volcano, took place in 1995 and is detailed here.

Kids Web: A World Wide Web Digital Library for Schoolkids
Kids Web, part of the Syracuse University Living Schoolbook Project presents a wide-ranging digital library for school kids. Included are links to the arts, sciences, social studies and other items of educational value -- and interest -- to children. Links to other digital libraries are also available.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory ELSI Project
Explore Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in science at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's ELSI Project. The information here is geared toward teachers and students at a middle school level, with discussions of the politics of cancer, genetics, pollution and privacy.

Project GeoSim
Project GeoSim is a research program at Virginia Tech to develop educational software modules for introductory geography courses. Site features include listings of completed modules, links to the project library and links to other information servers at the university.

Puzzles with Polyhedra and Numbers 
At this site one can print copies of polyhedron puzzles (for non-commercial purposes only) and one can read several mathematical articles on the subject.

SchoolWeb Exploration Project
SchoolWeb aims to get primary and secondary schools up on the Web by having its sponsors offer disk space, accounts and technical support to these educational institutions. Educators can read more about the project here.

Science Bytes
Visit here to find the University of Tennessee's electronic magazine for the K-12 crowd, "Science Bytes." Each issue seeks to educate and inspire young minds by describing current research at the university.

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Virtual FlyLab
Scientists at California State University have devised the Virtual FlyLab to enable viewers to "play the role of a research geneticist." Custom design fruit fly matings to create personalized mutations, learning the correct rules of genetic inheritance as you go.

WebEd Curriculum Links
Started in 1993 as one man's project to find Web resources to support his school district's curriculum, WebEd Curriculum Links is now a thorough listing of K-12 sites hosted by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's server. Categories here include links to sites for children and teachers, humanities subjects, reference, news, and college and career information.

Whole Frog Project
The Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory ITG "Whole Frog" Project is designed to introduce concepts of computer-based 3D visualization and demonstrate 3D imaging of a frog's anatomy as a high school biology teaching aid. This site provides step-by-step information on using computers to create 3D images.

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More Resource Links

Academic Resource Center
The Academic Resource Center for the gifted students of Leon County, Fla. maintains this site featuring general information and educational materials. Visit here to find an extensive index of teaching and learning resources, program updates, contact information and more.

Academy One
An international online education resource for students, teachers and parents, Academy One features projects and special events for the K-12 crowd. Find information about this "global classroom without walls" and links to related sites.

Answers to Commonly Asked "Primary and Secondary School Internet User" Questions
This long, practical guide provides detailed answers to numerous questions about Internet use for educating the K-12 set. Graphics free but content rich, the document includes a glossary.

This is an educational site for kids, parents, and teachers. You will find links to quality sites for information, educational games and software, and contacting others who have interests similar to yours. As an educator, I believe that the most important 3 R's we should be teaching our children are: RESPONSIBILITY, RESPECT, REFLECTION. I also believe it is possible to have fun while learning these qualities.

The Educational Resources Information Center offers access to its lesson plans, collections and searchable database. Links to related ERIC sites and other educational resources are also featured.

Canada's SchoolNet
Canada's SchoolNet brings teachers and students a wealth of online educational resources and activities. Explore the Web from an educator's prospective. In French and English.

ChemCAI: Instructional Software for Chemistry
Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, features resources for chemistry educators through its Web site. Digital textbook chapters and other materials can serve as alternatives to traditional teaching methods. The pages also include downloadable software.


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Classroom Connect
Educators can look to Classroom Connect for pointers and guides to educational resources on the Web. Link to software and information of interest and benefit to the K-12 set.

Cyberspace Middle School
Designed for students in the sixth through ninth grades, the Cyberspace Middle School provides links to educational activities on the Web. Features also include links to the home pages of middle schools across the country, a teacher's resource center and a special announcements board.

EdLinks, a project of Marshall University, provides an extensive index to educational Web pages. It is organized into commercial, general, government, library and newsgroup categories.

Educational Online Sources
The Educational Online Sources is meant to be a first stop for educators exploring the Internet's potential as a teaching tool. This introductory page explains the EOS project and offers a link into the source list.

EdWeb is a site dealing with educational reform. Voted by "NetGuide Magazine" as one of the 50 best places to go online, EdWeb offers insightful ideas about improving education in schools around the world with the help of online services such as the Web. Site includes some links to a number of worthy home pages.

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Environmental Education Network
The Environmental Education Network is a collaborative effort of educators, private industry and the environmental community to bring environmental education online. Includes links to libraries, databases, marketplaces and user participation sites.

ERIC/Clearinghouse on Reading, English and Communication
The Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) Clearinghouse on Reading, English and Communication provides educational materials, services and coursework to parents, educators and students interested in the language arts. Includes an online bookstore, up-to-date bibliographies and research digests.

ExploraNet is the San Francisco Exploratorium's World Wide Web presence. This site is a collection of electronic exhibits and resources for teachers, students and science enthusiasts.

Gifted Resources
The Gifted Resources home page provides "a convenient starting point for gifted students, their parents and educators." Visit here for links to talent searches, summer programs, distance learning opportunities, scholarship information and more.

Home School Legal Defense Association
Has information on legal issues including Supreme Court decisions.

Institutional Communications Network
Provided under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Education.

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Jon's Home-School Resource Page
Parents interested in homeschooling will find a wealth of resources at this Web site, including newsgroups and mailing lists, a list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) and links to homeschooling sites all over the Internet.

K-12+ Servers
Visitors will find an index to K-12+ educational servers here. The index includes state, international and government categories.

Learn in Freedom
A very useful website with features from bibliographies to lists of top colleges which recruit homeschoolers.

Magpie: The Internet Educational Resources Guide
The Internet Educational Resources Guide from the University of Wales at Aberystwyth features an index that includes Web sites, books, contacts, gopher sites, magazines and other educational resources. Provides search tools.

Michigan Department of Education
The Michigan Department of Education gopher facilitates communication between the department and the Michigan education community with access to Internet-based educational resources, including the state board of education, school reports, educational technology and funding.

MidLink Magazine
"MidLink Magazine" is an interactive publication for children ages 10 to 15. Includes an index to articles and activities, links to other publications for school-age children and teens, a book fair, and other educational resources.

Global Network Navigator Select: Education
This page, from the larger Global Network Navigator site, offers an overview of and links into the Education Center, "a resource dedicated to providing educators with dynamic curricula, projects, and connections." Find reading and language, math, social studies and American History covered.

The I*EARN page introduces browsers to a network resource involved with international education. Focusing on children 6 to 19, the resource offers global telecommunication opportunities for projects that promote "a meaningful difference" to people and to planet Earth.

Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth
This Web site provides details on programs sponsored by the Center for Talented Youth and Center for Academic Advancement at Johns Hopkins University's Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth. Includes talent-search information.

Montgomery County Intermediate Unit
Find out how public education is governed in the state of Pennsylvania at the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit home page. A calendar and links to the MCIU Educational Technology Newsletter are also provided.

NASA Online Educational Resources
This is NASA's online outreach program to the educational community. Visitors will find articles, videos and animation on astronomy and space exploration. Links are provided for educational resources throughout NASA.

National Regional Educational Laboratories
Supported in part by the U.S. Dept. of Education, these educational research and development labs are networked regionally, and linked via this Web page. Each lab supports different services and resources: video conferencing, discipline-specific consortiums, virtual libraries, and a variety of resources and tools for educators.

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Pathways to School Improvement
Visitors to this page will find a gateway to Pathways to School Improvement, a service filled with resources for teaching professionals.

Peddie School
The Peddie School site contains information on the college-prep boarding school's admissions policies, academic programs and mission statement. Includes descriptions of the Hightstown, N.J., school's nonacademic programs and summer classes and info on high-tech projects.

Peterson's Education Center
Provided by publisher Peterson's Guides Inc., this Education Center is a collection of Web resources for all levels and disciplines. Link areas include K-12, studying abroad, executive education and language study.

Quest: NASA K-12 Internet Initiative
Quest is a NASA sponsored K-12 Internet initiative to provide support and services for teachers and students to fully utilize the Internet as a basic tool for learning. Includes links to NASA researchers, research sites and online interactive activities.

Australia's Melbourne-based SchoolsNET is dedicated to providing Internet access and online educational resources to schools. Its home page provides teachers and students alike with links to online course materials, electronic conferences and virtual field trips.

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Sites for Educators
This site provides a comprehensive list of links to sites for educators, including various search engines, resources from the state of Oregon, and resources in the humanities, sciences and mathematics.

STEM~Net provides electronic resources for K-12, rural public colleges and Memorial Universities of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Visitors to its home page can access its numerous information and reference options as well as link to Canada's SchoolNet, SchoolNet Rings, and related Web sites and servers.

Tasmanian Department of Education, Community and Cultural
Development The Tasmanian Department of Education, Community and Cultural Development presents an index to schools, colleges, the state library and educational programs here. There's also a pointer to the Australian government home page.

Virtual Science Forum
A virtual science fair, complete with registration, judging and prizes is held annually at this site. Browse the sample exhibits or obtain entry information at this educational site.

Vose School Education Resources
Look at educational resources on the Internet through the eyes of an Oregon teacher. A special introduction to the Internet for students and education professionals, this site walks beginners through electronically available school and academic subject sites.

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Wangaratta Primary School
Australia's rural Wangaratta Primary School posts fun Aussie activities for children on this page. Introductions to its students and a list of nontraditional gender occupations are also featured.

Web 66
The Web 66 Project seeks to facilitate integration of Internet technology into K-12 curricula. Includes information on Web resources for educators, links to a pilot program, and instructional guides for setting up and operating a server.

World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Education
The World Wide Web Virtual Library provides this searchable, comprehensive list of links to education resources and sites. Links are categorized alphabetically, by education level, resource provided, site type and country. World-Wide

Web Virtual Library: Educational Technology

The Educational Technology section of the World Wide Web Virtual Library provides a massive list of links to sites relating to educational software and other electronic educational projects. Heavy on software archives, the list includes brief descriptions of the links provided.

WWW Servers Hosted at CNIDR
Hosted by the Center for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval, this page provides several pointers to K-12 education-oriented servers on the Web. Links range from "Janice's K12 Cyberspace Outpost" to "Presidential Awardees Internet Pilot.

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