Museums & Miscellaneous Education Related Links

American Museum of Photography:History of Photography Exhibits - Daguerreotypes to Modernism>

Association of California School Administrators (ACSA): The official website for seven organizations comprising California educational administrators. Legislative news, publications, links, etc.

Awesome Library: An internet library database. It organizes the web with over 15,000 reviewed resources including the top 5% in education.

Cyberkids-OnLine: Mission is to provide a safe place for kids to chat and to post creative ideas. Segments include Kids Connect, Fun and Games, Creative Works, Cyberviews, Learning Center, etc.

Discovery School: Part of Discovery Education. Offers three sections: Student, Teacher, and Parent. Homework help, resources, tips,puzzlemaker, links, clip art, etc.

Electronic Text Center [now Scholars' Lab]: An on-line archive of thousands of SGML-encoded electronic texts and images with a library service that offers hardware and software suitable for the creation and analysis of text. Housed at the University of Virginia.

Encyclopedia Britanica: Encyclopedia Britanica website.

Exploratorium: The San Francisco-based Exploratorium has over 650 interactive science, art, and human perception exhits.

Fact Monster: Kids can troll this site for facts about sports, people, science, and more. It's an atlas, dictionary, almanac, encyclopedia, and homework-help center rolled into one.

Farmer's Almanac: The classic Farmer's Almanac updated on a daily basis. Lists five-day and long-range weather forecasts, seasonal tips, and short daily radio reports.

KidsCom: Bills itself as a safe, educational, and entertaining electronic playgound for kids 4 to 15 years of age.

MERLOT: MERLOT is a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and students in higher education. With a continually growing collection of online learning materials, assignments and reviews, MERLOT helps faculty enhance instruction.

Museum of Tolerance: A high tech, hands-on experiential museum that focuses on the dynamics of racism and predjudice in America as well as the history of the Holocaust (WWII).

National Aeronautical and Space Agency (NASA): NASA is committed to spreading the unique knowledge that flows from its aeronautics and space research. Online site accesses relevant infformation, links, etc.

National Board of Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS): The NBPTS site explains their mission to create national standards for teachers and to establish voluntary certification. Though a work in progress, many standards have been established and are available for viewing.

National Civil Rights Museum: This site offers an interactive tour of the United States Civil Rights historical exhibits.

National Gallery of Art: Online site of the National gallery of Art. Many interactive "exhibits" to visit with resources, links, etc.

National Museum of Women's History: Online site of the National Museum of Women. Interactive activities with resources, links, etc.

New York Times Learning Network: Lesson plans for current events.

PBS Online - Public Broadcasting System: PBS uses the power of the internet and other media to enrich the lives of all Americans through quality programs and education services.

Photo Library - National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration: The National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) agency site shows photos that explores nature and its wonders. Includes sunsets, sunrises, moonbeams, coral reefs, dolphins, seals, and America's coastlines.

Smithsonian Institution: Online site of the Smithsonian Institution. Many interactive "rooms" to visit with resources, links, etc.

Today Date and Time: What "Today" is throughout the world.

World Atlas & Map Library: Part of InfoPlease. World news, atlas. history and government, biography, sports, etc. links and rsources.