Friday, December 14, 2018

Homework Helper

Cells Alive
http://www.cellsalive.com/
Everything children and parents ever wanted to know about bacteria, parasites, and blood. Video clips and 3-D animation take cell biology beyond words.

Discovery Channel Online
http://www.discovery.com/
Education and entertainment are what the Discovery Channel is all about. Check out multimedia presentations exclusive to the Web.

Electric Library
http://www.elibrary.com/
OK, so you have to pay to get a full subscription (roughly $20 per month) – it’s worth it: the single most comprehensive source for homework help on the Web, with thousands of images; newspaper, magazine, and encyclopedia articles; television and radio transcripts; and more. There’s a free trial – check it out. OK, so you have to pay to get a full subscription (roughly $20 per month) – it’s worth it: the single most comprehensive source for homework help on the Web, with thousands of images; newspaper, magazine, and encyclopedia articles; television and radio transcripts; and more. There’s a free trial – check it out.

ExploraNet
http://www.exploratorium.edu/
ExploraNet is packed with enjoyable and informative features, including electronic exhibits in The Learning Studio and sometimes-bizarre but always-interesting updates in What’s New in the World of Science.

PBS Online
http://www.pbs.org
The quality of PBS television comes to the Internet. Enjoy electronic field trips, PBS Mathline, and other learning services. Nova Online: The Universe Within, with its fun and educational science features, is one highlight you shouldn’t miss.

The Library of Congress Home Page
http://lcweb.loc.gov/
The Library of Congress is an invaluable source of information for students and parents. Search the Law Library of Congress or browse through electronic versions of major exhibits. Visit often – you can’t see it all in one visit.

The Smithsonian Institution
http://www.si.edu/
Visit the Smithsonian’s museums, galleries, and research centers without leaving home. Read Smithsonian Magazine, visit new and temporary exhibits, or find the answers in Encyclopedia Smithsonian. Visit the Smithsonian’s museums, galleries, and research centers without leaving home. Read Smithsonian Magazine, visit new and temporary exhibits, or find the answers in Encyclopedia Smithsonian.

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