The tropical rainforest is an area in conflict between the indifenous peoples, rubber tree tappers, loggers, settlers, cattle ranchers and eviornmentalists. Examine these conflicts by tapping into these resources.
Materials regarding the the history of the conflict and the Palestinian question.
Explore the world of art.
Material relating to the planets, the solar system, and other aspects of astronomy.
Web resources on a variety of literary styles, literary criticism, and awards.
Find web resources about the Aztecs, a Mesoamerican people of central Mexico in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries.
Find information about African Americans that explore, through the stories of each individual, a part of the African American existence.
You might know them as Biomes, or habitats. Here you can find out what the major classes of biotic communities are, as well as what goes on in them!
If you are being bullied, these websites may help you. If you are a bully, STOP!
Information on the geography and culture of Cambodia.
The social and ethical pros and cons of the death penalty. This category contains opinion articles as well as facts and figures.
Want to find out about potential careers? Check out these links.
Web resources that provide information about the types of cells or tissues in the human body.
Take a virtual trip to China with these web sites.
Find background information for your debates on China. Each website is preceded by the topic so that, for instance, all websites about the Three Gorges Dam start with the words Gorges Dam.
Here you will find resources about the Civil Rights Movement, its leaders, and school desegregation.
This category deals with the climate and how organisms react to changes in the climate like global warming.
Want to start planning your future? Find the college that is right for you.
Would you like to find out how to prepare tasty snacks? You'll find lots of recipies to make in this section.
Comprehensive sites that provide links to many countries of the world.
Web resources for finding out what is going on in the world.
Pages on diseases and pages for disease control authorites around the world.
DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is a long, spiraling molecule that carries the genetic codes that enable cells to reproduce. Although DNA was first isolated by Friedrich Miescher in 1869, it's double helix structure wasn't discovered until 1953 by James Watson and Francis Crick. For their groundbreaking work, Watson and Crick shared the 1962 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine with Maurice Wilkins.
Find out how to be GREEN and help save the planet.
The Enlightenment is a name given by historians to an intellectual movement that was predominant in the Western world during the 18th century. Check out these web sites to find your own enlightenment.
Environmental Science is a multidiciplinary field looking at how actions impact the environment.
Okay all you little monkeys, how far removed are you from your primordial roots? Check out these links.
A variety of Web sites dealing with foreign language resources.
Resources on the French language are here.
This is a really earthy topic. You can also check out the pathfinder on Rocks.
Look at these sites to help you with your German assignments.
Explore issues such as tobacco and alcohol abuse, stress management and more
Sources on the Jewish Holocaust that took place during World War II.
With many image search features blocked, this list will provide you with some resources for images.
Discussion of immigration as a social and political issue.
Between 1200 and 1535 AD, the Inca civilization thrived in the part of South America extending from the Equator to the Pacific coast of Chile. Here are some web resources about them.
Biographies of famous inventors. See also the Scientists category.
Websites relating to Islam as a religion, as well materials on Muslim culture.
Resources for 7th grade study of Medieval Japan.
(Merriwether) Lewis and (William) Clark had some crazy adventures on their quest to find a water-route to the pacific. Luckily, they kept very good records. Here you can read details of their adventures, read their diaries and lots, lots more!
These pages provide biographies of Jack London, as well as literary analyses of his works.
Biographies of famous mathematicians and math resources.
The classical Mayan civilization was one of the most advanced civilizations in the world at the time. Then they... disappeared. What happened?! See if you can unravel the mystery in this section.
Castles! Heraldry! Knights! Plague! Feudalism! The Norman Invasion! The middle ages lasted almost a thousand years... so a lot of things happened. Learn about them here!
Find out information about this culture that lived along the Peruvian coast.
Many sites provide music that is available for you to use free of charge in your class projects.
Encyclopedias of Mythology, resources on the myths of various cultures (Greek, Roman, Norse, etc.), and modernized retellings of classic myths.
Information on America's first people.
What should you eat? What should you avoid? Is anything good for you? Find out at these web sites.
Information about various careers.
Maps, maps, maps! This is also the place to look for information on people and governments around the world. Also see the reference pages!
Poems, biographies of poets, tutorials and examples of poetic forms, as well as actual poems!
International Polar Year is here again and what better way to study those frigid regions than by sitting in front of your cozy computer screen.
Resources on drug prevention as well as the history surrounding Enrique Camarena and the red ribbon.
Some pages detail the econonomic and social changes that took place between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries. Most of them, however, discuss all the great painting, sculpture, and architecture that arose.
Rock around the world. Discover what is right under your feet with these websites about rocks and minerals.
Explore all the aspects of the Romantic Age including art, literature, music and culture.
Explore ancient Rome with these web resources
Hands-on science experiments are a fun way learn about science. These sites have hundreds of easy experiments that can be done with supplies that you probably have around the house or can get at the grocery store.
Biographies of famous scientists throughout time and around the world. See also Inventors.
Friends, Romans, countrymen, Harper Huskies, find information about the bard at these fine olde websites.
Provides resources for Spanish language speakers.
Biographies on famous Americans from all walks of life, throughout this country's history.
Travel back in time and hobnob with the colonists.
The American Revolution! The war for independence! The trouble with the colonies! It goes by many names, and this is where you'd look to find out about it.
The Civil War was one of the most devisive periods in this nation's history. Find out all about it here!
The Great Depression was a worldwide economic downturn which began in 1928 and lasted until about 1939. It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world. The beginning of the Great Depression in the United States is associated with the stock market crash on October 29, 1929, known as Black Tuesday.
Web resources on the War of 1812.
The history of the United States Constitution, its historical predecessors, and assorted fun facts. For decisions on consitutional issues, see United States. Supreme Court.
Contained herein are the texts of historic Supreme Court decisions, as well as analysis on what impact these decisions have on our lives.
What kind of waves, you ask? All kinds! Light waves, sound waves, electromagnetic waves, and ocean waves!
Biographies of famous women as well as an historical overview of how women have been treated in this country.
Resources on everyday life in the Victorian Era.