- American Memory
- Library of Congress: Historical collections of primary sources and archival
materials - the key contribution of the Library of Congress to the national digital
- Car Talk - PBS / National
Public Radio (NPR): Click & Clack the Tappit Brothers. What's New; Radio; Columns;
Classifieds; Talk to Car Talk; Virtually Usefu Data; Free Stuff; Shameless Commerce; Car
Talk 101; Postcards; Keyword Search; Feedback.
- Center for Electronic
Texts in the Humanities: Provide a national focus for those involved in creating,
disseminating and using electronic texts in the humanities.
- Center for
the Study of Online Communities: How computers and networks alter people's capacity to
form groups, organizations, institutions, and how those social formations are able to
serve the collective interests of their members.
- Civil War Soldiers
and Sailors System: The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a searchable
database containing facts about servicemen who served on both sides during the Civil War.
- Computer Reconstruction
of Famous Architecture: The Virtual Study Tour - An index to a number of
(re)constructed historic (and not so historic) architectural works.
- Debate Central: A
gopher server designed to serve the academic debate communities, primarily in high schools
and colleges, covering all formats of debating. Designed for students to learn more about
debates and debating.
- ESL Virtual Catalog:
A guide to the resources available to students and teachers of ESL and EFL (English as a
second language / English as a foreign language).
Gathering of the Clans: A page devoted to all things Scottish - information on
Scottish folklore, history, culture; images of Scottish heraldry.
- The Internet 1996 World Exposition:
A World's Fair for the Information Age.
- The KIDPROJ
Multi-Cultural Calendar: A calendar showing the ways KIDLINK kids are celebrating
their country's holidays and festivals.
LIFE Photo Home Page:
Pictures from Life Magazine.
Luther King Jr. Site: This World Wide Web site marks the 10th anniversary of the
creation of King's birthday as a national holiday.
- Nations of the World:
Great site to learn world culture!
- National Council for
the Social Studies (NCSS) Online: Social Studies Links.
Geographic Society Online: Apply for your passport, and click on the icons within it,
or the hot-links on the Boarding Pass, to link directly to features prepared exclusively
Internet Resources: Subject-Oriented Resource Guides (Univ. of Michigan). Resources by
area: Asia/Pacific; Central/South America; China/Japan; Africa; Middle East; India.
East European Information Center: Managed by the Center for Post-Soviet and East
European Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
- The Society for
Romanian Studies: An inter-disciplinary academic
organization founded in 1973 to promote professional study, criticism, and research on all
aspects of Romanian culture and civilization
- Teaching and Learning on
the Internet: Papers on Teaching and Learning on the Internet.
Bank Latin America and Caribbean Tech Dept: A collection of papers, discussion notes,
and reports dealing with the full range of economic, environmental, and social issues
facing Latin America and the Caribbean today.
Email: Edu-Links Administrator