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A guide to encyclopedias, dictionaries, reference work. This site was established in 1997 when it was developed and maintained by then 9 year old B. J. and his father.
"Internet Detectives is a Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) initiative for all middle school social studies teachers and students to acquire skills in accessing and critically evaluating information found on the Internet."
This site contains biographies of women in science. Arranged alphabetically, chronologically by century or by field of study.
A museum of living history gallery of achievers focuses on individuals who have shaped the 20th century in "every career imaginable."
"Internet Public Library's site POTUS provides information on Presidents and First Ladies, including biographies, election results, cabinet members, highlights and other facts."
Internet publisher of literature, reference and verse providing students, researchers with unlimited access to books and information on the web.
Test your vocabulary and learn the meaning of words and help feed hungry people (sponsored by the UN World Food Program to help end world hunger)
"This site allows students to look up and hear words in the student dictionary."
"Look up any word online; a thesaurus, medical dictionary and Spanish/English dictionary is also available."
"This site provides definitions, word origins, pronunications, and translations to other langusges through one search."
Type in a word to find its rhymes, synonyms, and more
Vocabulary puzzles to enhance vocabulary mastery.
Official manuscript formatting style of the American Psychological Asssociation journals.
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