Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth

(Deemed to be University)

Bapuji Central Library

Digital Resources

 

SBV, WEB SITE
https://sbvu.ac.in

INFED, INFLIBNET

DELNET
https://delnet.in

E-Books
https://sbvlibrary.cloudintegral.com

KOHA (ILMS)
http://library.sbvu.ac.in

National Digital Library
https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in

LIBRAIE
Academic Libraries Consortium NZ : It is an online Software product installed in the computer system which can be accessed in the Digital Resources of the Library, SBV, Pondicherry. Nearly Five million books are available in the consortium.

ONLINE E-JOURNAL FULL TEXT FREE – 2021
Online Free Full-Text E-Journals are available directly by clicking the concerned text E- Site.   >> Click Here

 

·         Readly https://us.readly.com

·         Shaw Academy https://www.shawacademy.com

·         Book Rags http://www.bookrags.com

·         Lingvisit Lingvist https://lingvist.com

·         Masterclass https://www.masterclass.com

·         Solo Learn Pro https://www.sololearn.com

·         Cymath Pro  https://www.cymath.com

·         Codeacademy Pro https://www.codecademy.com

·         Yousician https://account.yousician.com

·         Symbolab https://www.symbolab.com

·         Texybook / Studey https://www.learningscientists.org 

·         Magzter Digital Newsstand https://www.magzter.com

·         Duolingo+ https://www.duolingo.com

PREPLADDER
It is meant for PG Preparation / Competitive Examinations like NEET/AIMS/JIPMER etc. Five Taps are given to access full loaded medical subjects which are available in the Circulation Counter. 

 

Covid Referencehttps://covidreference.com/

NICE Pathways and Guidancehttps://www.evidence.nhs.uk/

Cochrane Reviewshttps://www.cochranelibrary.com/

MeSH Sub Headingshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3827/table/pubmedhelp.T.mesh_subheadings/

Pubmed Help Manualhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK3830/pdf/Bookshelf_NBK3830.pdf

PubMed Clinical Queries: This tool searches the same database as PubMed, but filters for high levels of evidence in three specialized search areas: Clinical Study Categories, Medical Genetics, and COVID-19 Articles. (Click Here)

National Telemedicine Portal – Lectures and Videos: https://nmcn.in/contentmgmt.php

MedEdPortalhttps://www.mededportal.org/

TRIP: Trip is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care.

TRIP is used to find high-quality clinical research evidence. It includes a search function where users can input patient/population, intervention, comparison, and outcomes (PICO) elements to find results. (Click Here)

Open Access Tools

  • Unpaywall Browser Extension
    Download the browser extension. Click the green tab and skip the paywall on millions of peer-reviewed journal articles. It’s fast, free, and legal.

  • Open Access Button
    Free, legal research articles are delivered instantly or automatically requested from authors.

  • Alexander Street (Health Sciences Collection): Roughly 1,000 videos on health-related topics, including therapy sessions, instructional lectures, and interviews.

  • Henry Stewart Talks Biomedical and Life Sciences: A growing collection of over 2,000 online lectures on biomedical and life sciences topics presented by leading experts in their field. A sub-collection of the larger Henry Stewart Talks (HS Talks) database.

  • Kanopy (Health videos): Over 550 popular documentaries and feature films related to Health & Wellness. Use this to find movies and documentaries.

  • MedMovie: MedMovie “translates complex medical and life science information into accurate, easy-to-understand, strategically focused visual media.”

  • National Institute of General Medical Sciences Image and Video Gallery: Over 750 video and image resources concerning basic medical sciences.

  • National Science Foundation: Multimedia Gallery: Over 6,800 photos, videos, and illustrations provided by the National Science Foundation. All media in the gallery are intended for personal, educational and nonprofit/non-commercial use only.

  • The Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives: Moving Images Collections: “The bulk of films represent productions created within the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, mostly by the Motion Picture Production unit of the School of Medicine Department of Audio Visual Medicine. Also included are collections of films from individuals associated with Johns Hopkins and a collection of commercially produced medical and educational films transferred from the circulating audiovisual collection at the Johns Hopkins Welch Medical Library.”

  • The New England Journal of Medicine Multimedia Collection: Over 1,000 medical images and videos from the New England Journal of Medicine.

  • American Society for Microbiology Image Gallery: The Gallery is a collection of images, videos, and animations that can be used to enhance lecture or lab presentations. Gallery content is visually engaging and covers the expanse of ASM’s Curriculum Guidelines. Brief legends inform viewers about what they are seeing and the basic technique used to generate the image. A collection of items around a central theme (e.g., Gram stain and MacConkey agar) includes a title for the collection and a title and short description for each item (e.g., figure title and legend). All Gallery content is free, original, open access, and peer-reviewed by the microbiology educator community. Gallery content was published between 2006 and 2015.

  • Calisphere: Within Calisphere’s growing collection of 1 million+ items, over 20,000 photographs, videos, and audio files are directly related to health or medicine, and roughly 45,000 items are related to science and medicine. A digital library created by the University of California System, Calisphere contains collections from the majority of California’s libraries, archives, and museums.

  • Science Photo Library: Acquired from scientific and medical experts, acclaimed photographers and renowned institutions.

  • Digital Public Library of America: Over 175,000 image resources, 4,500 videos, and 2,000 audio files related to health and medicine. Resources are pulled from partner institutions located throughout the United States

  • Embryology Education and Research (University of New South Wales): Image and video resources related to embryology, produced by Dr. Mark Hill at the University of New South Wales.

  • Europeana: A growing collection of 50,000+ images and videos related to medicine, pulled from cultural institutions across Europe. Part of the larger Europeana collection which contains over 29.9 million images, videos, and audio files.

  • Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE): The JoVE Science Education Database is a video database dedicated to teaching laboratory fundamentals through simple, easy to understand video demonstrations. Videos are divided into collections like General Laboratory Techniques, Essentials of Neuroscience, and Essentials of Genetics.

  • National Cancer Institute: Images Online: Growing collection of over 3,700 images on a variety of topics related to the National Cancer Institute, including basic science topics, patient-care illustrations, and formal portraits of staff and NCI directors. Majority of images are from the collections of the Office of Communications and Public Liaison, National Cancer Institute. Images are labeled either public domain or copyright protected. Any reprodced images should be attributed to NCI.

  • National Eye Institute (NEI) Media Library: A collection of over 300 images, infographics, and videos concerning eye-related topics, provided by the National Eye Institute. This catalog of images is available for use in educational, media, or research purposes with attribution. This catalog of images is available for use in educational, media, or research purposes with attribution.

  • National Library of Medicine: Open-i Biomedical Images: Provides access to biomedical images featured in open access publications within the National Library of Medicine. Reuse of Open-i images is determined by the license type.

  • National Library of Medicine: The Visible Human Project: “The Visible Human Project® is an outgrowth of the NLM’s 1986 Long-Range Plan. It is the creation of complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies. Acquisition of transverse CT, MR and cryosection images of representative male and female cadavers has been completed. The male was sectioned at one millimeter intervals, the female at one-third of a millimeter intervals. Users must request this data set and sign a license agreement.” (text taken from https://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html)

  • Nucleus Medical Media: Over 24,000 illustrations and 1,500 3D medical animations designed to “educate and empower” users.

  • The Doe Report: The Doe Report contains “medical demonstrative evidence” and over 20,000 medical illustrations, animations, and anatomical models.

  • The Medical Heritage Library (Internet Archive): The Medical Heritage Library (MHL), a digital curation collaborative among some of the world’s leading medical libraries, contains a collection of over 3,600 videos on the history of medicine.

  • Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery: Over 73,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines specialists in clinical practice

  • Thieme MedOne Radiology: Over 100,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines for specialists in clinical practice.

  • Thieme Otolaryngology: Over 72,000 images and videos on otolaryngology topics, including procedural illustrations and anatomical images.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  • Access Medicine: Over 50,000 images and over 1,000 multimedia resources are available on a wide range of medical subjects and specialties. Contains modules, video tutorials, anatomical illustrations

  • AccessAnesthesiology: Over 12,000 images and multimedia resources on the subject of Anesthesiology, pulled from McGraw-Hill Medical’s texts and other resources on the topic.

  • AccessEmergency Medicine: Over 17,000 images and over 400 videos on the subject of emergency medicine, pulled from McGraw-Hill Medical’s texts and other resources on the topic.

  • AccessPediatrics: Over 18,000 images and over 50 videos on the subject of pediatrics, pulled from McGraw-Hill Medical’s texts and other resources on the topic.

  • AccessSurgery: Over 15,000 images and over 500 videos on the subject of surgery, pulled from McGraw-Hill Medical’s texts and other resources on the topic.

  • American Society of Hematology Image Bank: Over 3,500 “images of peripheral blood and/or bone marrow of blood disorders and normal hematopoiesis.”

  • Calisphere: Within Calisphere’s growing collection of 1 million+ items, over 20,000 photographs, videos, and audio files are directly related to health or medicine, and roughly 45,000 items are related to science and medicine. A digital library created by the University of California System, Calisphere contains collections from the majority of California’s libraries, archives, and museums.

  • CINAHL Plus Image Quick View Collection: From the CINAHL Plus home page, click on More (at top of page). Then choose Images. Over 25 million images extracted from resources indexed by CINAHL

  • Digital Public Library of America: Over 175,000 image resources, 4,500 videos, and 2,000 audio files related to health and medicine. Resources are pulled from partner institutions located throughout the United States

  • Embryology Education and Research (University of New South Wales): Image and video resources related to embryology, produced by Dr. Mark Hill at the University of New South Wales.

  • Europeana: A growing collection of 50,000+ images and videos related to medicine, pulled from cultural institutions across Europe. Part of the larger Europeana collection which contains over 29.9 million images, videos, and audio files.

  • Figshare: Figshare is an online digital repository where researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, images, and videos.

  • Health Education Assets Library (HEAL): A collection of over 22,000 images and videos related to various health education topics.

  • Lane Medical Library Bio-Image Search: Searches the following sources, comprising a collection of 5.6 million images with varying usage rights: Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy; Indiana U X-Rays via NLM; National Cancer Institute Visuals Online; Pubmed Central; Stanford Bassett Anatomy Collection; UCSD MedPics; Univ Utah Health Educ Asset Library; USC Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy; Wellcome Images; Wikimedia Commons

  • Medical Images: Over 150,000 images on a variety of medical topics, including clinical photography, diagnostic imagery, micrography, illustrations, and all types of medical stock imagery. Medical Images “represents the best doctors, illustrators, and photographers in the business.”

  • National Cancer Institute: Images Online: Growing collection of over 3,700 images on a variety of topics related to the National Cancer Institute, including basic science topics, patient-care illustrations, and formal portraits of staff and NCI directors. Majority of images are from the collections of the Office of Communications and Public Liaison, National Cancer Institute. Images are labeled either public domain or copyright protected. Any reprodced images should be attributed to NCI.

  • National Institutes of Health: Cancer Genome Atlas: Learn more about the Cancer Genome Atlas, researchers, components and how it works from the multimedia library which includes images, videos, podcasts, and interactives.

  • National Library of Medicine: Medpix: Free online medical image database with a growing collection of over 59,000 indexed and curated patient images. The content is organized by organ system, pathology, patient profiles, and image classification. Stay tuned to updates on Twitter @nlm_lhc #MedPix.

  • National Library of Medicine: Open-i Biomedical Images: Provides access to biomedical images featured in open access publications within the National Library of Medicine. Reuse of Open-i images is determined by the license type.

  • National Library of Medicine: The Visible Human Project: “The Visible Human Project® is an outgrowth of the NLM’s 1986 Long-Range Plan. It is the creation of complete, anatomically detailed, three-dimensional representations of the normal male and female human bodies. Acquisition of transverse CT, MR and cryosection images of representative male and female cadavers has been completed. The male was sectioned at one millimeter intervals, the female at one-third of a millimeter intervals. Users must request this data set and sign a license agreement.” (text taken from https://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html)

  • National Science Foundation: Multimedia Gallery: Over 6,800 photos, videos, and illustrations were provided by the National Science Foundation. All media in the gallery are intended for personal, educational and nonprofit/non-commercial use only.

  • Pathology Education Informational Resource (PEIR) Digital Library: Over 34,000 images within three large collections: PEIR Pathology, PEIR Radiology, and PEIR Slice (screen captures from medical videos).

  • Science Photo Library: A growing collection of over 600,000 images and over 40,000 videos on a variety of science and biomedical subject areas. Science Photo Library is a commercial vendor specializing in science-related images.

  • Science Source: Science Source contains science and medical stock photography, illustration, and video, totalling more than 40,000 images.

  • Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery: Over 73,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines specialists in clinical practice

  • Thieme MedOne Radiology: Over 100,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines for specialists in clinical practice.

  • Thieme Otolaryngology: Over 72,000 images and videos on otolaryngology topics, including procedural illustrations and anatomical images.

Stereoscopic Views

    • Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy: Over 1,500 hundred images and accompanying drawing derived from the 24-volume Stereoscopic Atlas of Human Anatomy (completed 1962). The Bassett Collection contains photographs and line drawings. These images are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 U.S. License.

    • Figshare: Figshare is an online digital repository where researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, images, and videos.

    • Lane Medical Library Bio-Image Search: Searches the following sources, comprising a collection of 5.6 million images with varying usage rights: Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy; Indiana U X-Rays via NLM; National Cancer Institute Visuals Online; Pubmed Central; Stanford Bassett Anatomy Collection; UCSD MedPics; Univ Utah Health Educ Asset Library; USC Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy; Wellcome Images; Wikimedia Commons

    • Science Source: Science Source contains science and medical stock photography, illustration, and video, totalling more than 40,000 images.

    • Thieme MedOne Radiology: Over 100,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines for specialists in clinical practice.

Endoscopy

      • AccessSurgery: Over 15,000 images and over 500 videos on the subject of surgery, pulled from McGraw-Hill Medical’s texts and other resources on the topic.

      • American Society of Hematology Image Bank: Over 3,500 “images of peripheral blood and/or bone marrow of blood disorders and normal hematopoiesis.”

      • Digital Public Library of America: Over 175,000 image resources, 4,500 videos, and 2,000 audio files related to health and medicine. Resources are pulled from partner institutions located throughout the United States

      • Embryology Education and Research (University of New South Wales): Image and video resources related to embryology, produced by Dr. Mark Hill at the University of New South Wales.

      • Figshare: Figshare is an online digital repository where researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, images, and videos.

      • Lane Medical Library Bio-Image Search: Searches the following sources, comprising a collection of 5.6 million images with varying usage rights: Atlas of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy; Indiana U X-Rays via NLM; National Cancer Institute Visuals Online; Pubmed Central; Stanford Bassett Anatomy Collection; UCSD MedPics; Univ Utah Health Educ Asset Library; USC Orthopaedic Surgical Anatomy; Wellcome Images; Wikimedia Commons

      • National Cancer Institute: Images Online: Growing collection of over 3,700 images on a variety of topics related to the National Cancer Institute, including basic science topics, patient-care illustrations, and formal portraits of staff and NCI directors. Majority of images are from the collections of the Office of Communications and Public Liaison, National Cancer Institute. Images are labeled either public domain or copyright protected. Any reprodced images should be attributed to NCI.

      • National Library of Medicine: Medpix – Free online medical image database with a growing collection of over 59,000 indexed and curated patient images. The content is organized by organ system, pathology, patient profiles, and image classification. Stay tuned to updates on Twitter @nlm_lhc #MedPix.

      • OHSU Digital Commons: Roughly 6,000 images in several collections of photographs and examples of medical imaging. Featured description from website: “OHSU Digital Commons is a repository for the scholarly and creative work of Oregon Health & Science University. Developed by the OHSU Library, Digital Commons provides the university community with a platform for publishing and accessing content produced by students, faculty, and staff. OHSU Digital Commons documents the history and growth of the university, as well as current progress in education, research, and health care.”

      • Pathology Education Informational Resource (PEIR) Digital Library: Over 34,000 images within three large collections: PEIR Pathology, PEIR Radiology, and PEIR Slice (screen captures from medical videos).

      • Science Source: Science Source contains science and medical stock photography, illustration, and video, totalling more than 40,000 images.

      • Thieme MedOne Neurosurgery: Over 73,000 images and videos related to radiology. Includes procedural guidelines specialists in clinical practice

      • Thieme Otolaryngology: Over 72,000 images and videos on otolaryngology topics, including procedural illustrations and anatomical images.

Open Data and Other Resources: The links below also house free and open access scholarships.

  • The Internet Archive
    Full-text of books and other tests available, mostly published before 1923 and in the public domain, from a variety of Libraries.

  • The Directory of Open Access Books
    36,529 academic peer-reviewed books from 598 publishers.

  • Re3data
    Re3data is a global registry of research data repositories that covers research data repositories from different academic disciplines. It includes repositories that enable permanent storage of and access to data sets to researchers, funding bodies, publishers, and scholarly institutions.

  • DRYAD
    The Dryad Digital Repository is a curated resource that makes research data discoverable, freely reusable, and citable. Dryad provides a general-purpose home for a wide diversity of data types.

Free Mobile Apps

From: https://www.imedicalapps.com/

Open Patents

The Lens: It serves linked open knowledge artefacts and metadata with tools to inform effective, efficient and equitable problem solving. Lens’ patent search capabilities offer advanced boolean functions, structured search, biological search, classification search, filtering and sorting options to find the most relevant and important patents.

Freely Available Resources – Find Articles

  • GreenFILE: Citations on environmental sciences: ecology, environmental health, environmental planning, environmental chemistry, and related disciplines.

Freely Available Resources – Reports

Freely Available Resources – Maps

Journal Collections

Websites

Online Book Collections

 

Books/Audio books

  • Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts – About 14,000 classic public domain documents from American and English literature as well as Western philosophy

  • Audio Books Podcasts – Free audiobooks presented in podcast format

  • AudioBooksForFree – A collection of free children, fiction and non-fiction audiobooks

  • Baen Free Library – A number of Baen Books in electronic format

  • Bartleby – Unlimited access to books and information online free of charge

  • Bibliomania – Thousands of free e-books, poems, articles, short stories, and plays

  • BooksShouldBeFree – Free MP3 audiobooks you can browse by category

  • Bookyards – Free books, education materials, information, and content

  • ChestofBooks – Free online books on various topics

  • Classic Short Stories – Dedicated to the short story and to those interested in reading light prose

  • Creative Commons Books – A list of works consisting of over 35,000 words that are or have been commercially available in hardcopy and have an ISBN

  • DailyLit – Too busy for books? Read them by email and RSS

  • Digital Book Index – Provides links to more than 128,000 title records

  • FeedBooks – Made with e-paper devices in mind (Sony PRS-500 & iRex iLiad), Feedbooks is a complete experience for mobile reading

  • Free Books Hub – Download free books for Kindle devices

  • Free Classic AudioBooks – Free audiobooks in either mp3 format or m4b audiobook format

  • Free Curricula Centre – development and sharing of textbooks, instructor guides, and other educational materials

  • Free Management Library – Complete, highly integrated library for nonprofits and for-profits

  • FullBooks – Thousands of full-text free books

  • Getfreeebooks – A site where you can legally download free books

  • Gnooks – Discover new writers you will like

  • Google Book Search – Search the full text of books and discover new ones

  • Hoopla – An enormous selection of digital video, music, audiobooks, ebooks and comics from your local library

  • How Long to Read – Find out how long it will take to read that book with data that is tailored to you

  • LearnOutLoud – Over 10,000 educational audiobooks, MP3 downloads, podcasts, and videos

  • Libby – Borrow and read ebooks and audiobooks from your local public library for free

  • Library2Go – Download best selling digital audio titles 24/7

  • Library Connection – Downloadable audiobook catalog

  • LibriVox – Free audiobooks from the public domain

  • Lit2Go – A free online collection of stories and poems in audiobook format

  • ManyBooks.net – Free ebooks for your PDA, iPhone, or ebook reader

  • New Free Books – Links to free, legal, complete ebooks still covered by copyright

  • OCLC FictionFinder – Provides access to 2.8 million works of fiction

  • Open Library – One page for every book, provided by the Internet Archive

  • Online Magical Library – A number of ebooks about magic in many cultures

  • O’Reilly Open Books Project – A number of Open Books with various forms of “open” copyright

  • OverDrive – Works with local libraries to give patrons a convenient way to download and listen to audiobooks

  • Page By Page Books – Hundreds of classic books you can read right now, all absolutely free

  • Paper Portitude – From the Grimm fairy tales to the poems of Robert Frost, find your favorite classics here

  • Planet eBook – Free classic literature to download and share

  • Project Gutenberg – The oldest producer of free ebooks on the Internet

  • PublicLiterature.org – Explore and utilize this collection of public domain books, poetry, tutorials and audio

  • Rare Book Room – Some of the world’s greatest and rarest books, photographed at high resolution

  • Read Print – Thousands of free books for students, teachers, and the classic enthusiast

  • The Assayer – One of the web’s largest catalogs of free books where users can submit reviews

  • The Free Physics Textbook – This site publishes a free physics textbook in a number of different languages

  • The National Academies Press – Read more than 3,000 books online for free

  • The Online Books Page – Listing over 25,000 free books on the Web

  • Universal Digital Library – Access to over 1.5 million books online

  • What Should I Read Next – Enter a book you like and this site will suggest what you could read next

  • Whichbook – Gives readers an enjoyable and intuitive way to find books to match their mood

  • Wikibooks – A collection of open-content textbooks

  • World eBook Library – Combined collections create world-class Internet public access to over 75,000 free eBooks and eDocuments

  • Yudu – Read and publish magazines, newspapers, ebooks and more online for free

Book Exchange, Buy and Sell

  • Alibris Book Buyback – Compare book prices by ISBN, then sell and ship your books for free

  • BigWords – Price comparison to find the lowest textbook prices

  • BookFinder – Find over 125 million books for sale; new, used, rare, out-of-print, and textbooks

  • BookFinder4U – Compare book prices at over 130 bookstores for the best price

  • DirectTextbooks – Buy and sell your textbooks, search by ISBN, and compare competitors prices

  • eCampus – Buy and sell your new and used books and textbooks

  • GetCheapBooks – Buy cheap books & cheap textbooks

  • My Book Buyer – Sell used textbooks and ship them for free

  • PaperBackSwap – The source for free paperback books

  • Sell Back Your Book – Enter the ISBN of the books you wish to sell and get the top price for them

  • SwitchPlanet – Trade books, movies, games, and music

  • Textbooks – Find the best deals on college textbooks, other books, music, and movies

Class Management

  • A to Z Teacher Stuff – Lesson plans, teacher tips, forums for teachers, teaching materials, printable worksheets and more

  • Ggradebook – An open-source application for tracking student grades for teachers

  • GNota – A grade book software used to manage students and automate score calculations

  • HotChalk – An Internet Community for teachers, students, and parents with over 3,000 free lesson plans

  • I Love That Teaching Idea! – Practical, teacher-created ideas and resources that you can use in your classroom immediately

  • Literacy Center Education Network – Serving approximately 1.5 million free lessons a day to children in more than two hundred countries

  • Moodle – A course management system for educators who want to create quality online courses

  • OpenGrade – Software for teachers to keep track of grades

  • Palm Software for Educators – A list of Palm OS software for educators

  • Pics4Learning – Copyright-friendly images and lesson plans for education

  • Primary Resources – Free teaching resources, lesson plans, ideas and worksheets for primary and elementary teachers

  • teAchnology – Resources for teachers dedicated to improving the education of today’s students

  • Teacher’s-Pet – Free software that can transform any text into a fun classroom activity

  • TeachersFirst – a rich collection of lessons, units, and web resources

  • Textmapping – Free resources for educators

  • Timesavers for Teachers – Classroom management forms, report card comments, practical teacher tools, worksheets and teacher resources

  • TrackStar – Collect Web sites, add annotations for your students, and you have interactive, online lessons

  • Udutu – A web-based tool which allows users to create highly interactive online courses

Collaboration/Social Networking

  • 4shared – Upload, download and share music, books, video and more with 10GB of free space

  • Cometdocs – A safe way to store, share and convert documents

  • Edmodo – A microblogging platform where teachers and students can exchange notes, links, files, alerts, assignments, etc.

  • eHow – More than 100,000 articles that are professionally written with clear and concise directions on how to do things

  • ePals – Communicate with classrooms in 182 countries, and collaborate with teachers around the world

  • GroupLoop – Simple web-based software to organize your group

  • Groupvine – Groups made easy, fun and simple

  • Instructables – A community for sharing and learning tips and instructions

  • MindMeister Basic – Hold online real-time brainstorming sessions with friends and colleagues

  • Sakai – An online collaboration and learning environment for education

  • Schoology – Instructors and students can easily create, share, and manage academic material through a social networking interface

  • Scribd – Upload your documents, share them with others and explore an expanding library of documents submitted by others

  • The Tutor Pages – Allows UK students to contact tutors for free, and to browse hundreds of expert articles

  • Tutor Hunt – Connecting private tutors and students for free

  • Wikiversity – Students and teachers are invited to join the project as collaborators in teaching, learning, and research

College/Student Loans

  • Accredited Online College Degrees – Earn a degree in elementary education from an accredited school online

  • Campus Explorer– Find the perfect school for you, search by field of study, location or degree

  • CollegeAtlas – Relevant, reliable and up-to-date information about colleges and higher education opportunities

  • College Budget – A worksheet that will help you develop a printable college budget

  • CollegeBoard – SAT registration, college admissions, and scholarships

  • College-Cram – Interactive Flash learning modules that help students learn

  • College Degree – Find the best colleges that offer online courses and degrees

  • CollegeNET – A search engine that helps you find the ideal college

  • CollegeSurfing – Browse for colleges by zip code and career interest

  • Comprehensive Degree Directory – A comprehensive directory of degree programs and prospective career information

  • College Student Finance Articles – A directory of articles and information on financial aid for students

  • eCollegeFinder – Provides students with information about the best available online degree programs from accredited online colleges and universities

  • EducationGrant – Find the money you need for your college degree

  • ePrep – Provides students and parents with expert advice in Test Prep and College Planning

  • eStudentLoan – Compare student loans and apply online

  • FinAid – Financial aid and scholarship guide for parents and students

  • Master Degree Online.com – Comprehensive guide for would-be grad students interested in researching cool and exciting programs

  • Nurses Without Borders – Explore information about nursing and find a career that matches you

  • Nursing Scholarships – A searchable scholarship database created specifically for nursing students

  • Online Courses – A free collection of open college courses that spans videos, audio lectures, and notes given by professors around the world

  • Online Psychology Degrees – A directory of online and campus programs in Psychology from over 1,600 schools

  • Online Schools – Your one-stop shop for online education and campus programs

  • Peterson’s – Prepare for your test, find the right school, explore financial aid, advance your career

  • RN to BSN – An easily searchable database of RN to BSN degree programs

  • RN to MSN – A directory of nationally accredited programs offered by more than 470 schools

  • Sallie Mae – The nation’s leading provider of student loans

  • Upromise – Learn how to earn, save, and pay for college

  • Viewpoints Education Reviews – The inside scoop on what you should and should not expect when searching for the right college

Computers and Technology

  • DotWhat!? – A database of file extension information for Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems

  • File Extensions – Detailed explanations of each file type and the way they are used today

  • FreeTechBooks – Online computer science and engineering books and lecture notes

  • Help With PCs – Learn about your PC and its programs

  • Internet Archive Wayback Machine – Over 100 terabytes and 10 billion web pages archived from 1996 to the present

  • Simplehelp – Helping beginner-to-intermediate computer users learn how to do various things with their computers

  • Tech Books for Free – Free programming and computer science books

  • The How-To Geek – Computer help, tips and advice

  • Webopedia – Computer and Internet terms and definitions

  • Website Setup Guide – A simple guide that shows beginners how to set up a website

  • WhatIs.com – Definitions, computer terms, tech glossaries and cheat sheets

Culture, Arts and Music

  • Abasoft – Free online music flash games and lessons for all ages

  • ArtPromote – Explore thousands of online exhibitions, image collections, museums, and related resources

  • ArtsEdge – Provides free resources and materials for teachers, students, and arts-based instruction for theater, music, visual arts and dance

  • Berklee Shares – Free music lessons that you can download and share

  • CENSUS of Antique Works of Art – An interdisciplinary research database containing documentation centering on the reception of antiquity

  • Classical Music Navigator – Search by composer, notable works, geographical location, style, form of music or glossary

  • Creativity Portal – Coaches, artists, writers, and professionals sharing their expertise to inspire creative exploration and expression

  • Dolmetsch Music Dictionary – Translations, explanations, definitions and comments on musical terms and words

  • Drawspace – Brenda Hoddinott, artist and art educator, shares drawing tutorials

  • Exploratorium – The museum of science, art and human perception

  • Figure Drawing Ebooks – A library of free rare and valuable figure drawing books in PDF format

  • Great Buildings – The leading architecture reference site on the web with 3D models, photographs and architectural drawings, commentaries, etc

  • Music Education Magic – News, information and resources for music educators and their students

  • Musictheory.net – Free online music tutorials, utilities and downloads

  • Mutopia – Sheet music editions of classical music for free download

  • OnClassical – Quality classical music recordings in WAV format

  • Online Lexicon of Music – Terms of Music Theory with audio samples, based on a book on the anatomy of musical aesthetics by Franz Sauter

  • OnlyPencil Tutorials – Tips and techniques for pencil drawing

  • Playford’s Dancing Master – A compilation and index of all eighteen editions of the first volume of the Dancing Master, 1651-1728

  • Songfacts – Learn song trivia and find out the meaning behind the lyrics

  • Take Lessons – Find a local instructor that teaches music, singing, acting or dance

Reference/Research

  • A Research Guide for Students – All the necessary tools for students to conduct research and to present their findings

  • Abreviations.com – The world’s largest directory and search engine for acronyms, abbreviations and initialisms online

  • Acronym Finder – Find out what any acronym, abbreviation, or initialism stands for

  • All-Biographies – Search or browse through thousands of biographies on people in a variety of subjects

  • Arts & Letters Daily – A regularly-updated listing of articles, books, essays and ideas from The Chronicle of Higher Education

  • Axioma Search – Interactively increase the relevancy and context of your searches

  • BookRags – Over 4 million pages of literature summaries, biographies, literary criticism, essays, encyclopedias, and eBooks

  • Chegg Study – Access textbook solutions and expert Q&A from anywhere

  • Citizendium – An open wiki project aimed at creating an enormous, free, and reliable encyclopedia

  • Cliche Finder – A searchable database of cliches

  • Common Errors In English – An extensive list of common errors made in (American) English

  • Daily Grammar– Free grammar lessons emailed to you Monday through Friday, with a quiz on Saturday

  • edocr– A knowledge exchange where users can upload, convert and share documents

  • English Club– Many resources for English educators and students

  • Factbites – What do you get if you cross a search engine with an encyclopedia?

  • Find Articles – Free access to millions of articles from thousands of top publications

  • Free Management Library – Comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of large or small for-profit or nonprofit organizations

  • FreeLunch – Free economic, demographic, and financial data

  • FreePatentsOnline – A powerful, fast and easy-to-use patent search engine

  • Google Scholar -Broadly search for scholarly literature

  • Greek Gods Family Tree – A unique tree graphing the genealogies of the Greek Gods

  • HighBeam Encyclopedia – Search or browse over 57,000 articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia

  • ibiblio -Conservancy of free information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies

  • Infoplease – Free online reference, research and homework help

  • JournalistExpress – News and research portal for reporters

  • KartOO – A metasearch engine with visual display interfaces

  • LEO APA Documentation– General guidelines for APA Reference Page Citations

  • LEO MLA Documentation – The system of documentation used in the fine arts and humanities

  • Mendeley – Organize, sync, share and discover research papers

  • Newspaper Index – Free access to newspapers from all over the world

  • NoodleTools – Software that teaches students and supports teachers and librarians throughout the entire research process

  • refbase – Web-based, platform-independent, multi-user interface for managing scientific literature & citations

  • Refdesk – Reference, facts, news, search and resources

  • ResearchGate – Read the latest scientific publications in your field, collaborate and discuss your work with specialists

  • Resources for School Librarians – A list of learning, teaching, and administration resources for librarians

  • Schoolr – Many types of reference and research tools in one handy location

  • Socratic – A learning app from Google that helps high school and university students understand their school work

  • Symbols.com – A searchable index containing more than 1,600 articles about 2,500 Western signs

  • The Elements of Style – A classic reference book for students and conscientious writers

  • The Free Library – A free, searchable archive that provides access to a daily-updated collection of 4 million articles from classic works of literature and leading periodicals

  • The OWL Family of Sites – Handouts on writing, research, grammar, and MLA and APA, free consultations and more

  • The Phrase Finder – A reference guide pertaining to the meanings and origins of phrases

  • ThinkExist – Finding quotations was never this easy

  • Wikibooks – A collection of free content textbooks that you can edit

  • Wikiquote – A free online compendium of quotations from notable people and creative works in every language

  • Wikisource – The free library that anyone can edit

  • World Digital Library – Multilingual site that provides significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world

  • Zotero – A Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources

Sciences/Space

  • Amazing Space – Promotes the science and majestic beauty of the universe for use in the classroom

  • AmphibiaWeb – An online system that allows free access to information on amphibian biology and conservation

  • Animal Diversity Web – An online database of animal natural history, distribution, classification, and conservation biology

  • Animal Search – A family-safe search engine for animal related web sites

  • arXiv.org – E-prints in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, and statistics

  • AstroWeb – Astronomy resources on the Internet

  • Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy – 3D images of human anatomy

  • BEYOND – Confronting the big questions of existence raised by scientific advances and facilitating new research initiatives

  • Biology4Kids – Basic biology information for all ages

  • Brain Maps– A collection of annotated, scanned images of serial sections of both primate and non-primate brains

  • Celestia – A free space simulation that lets you explore our universe in three dimensions

  • Celestia Motherlode – A repository for various addons like textures, models or celestial objects for Celestia

  • Cell Press – Improving scientific communication through the publication of exciting research and reviews

  • Charles Darwin Online – The complete works of Charles Darwin online

  • Chem4Kids – Basic chemistry help and information for all ages

  • Chemical Elements – The Table of Elements with images and definitions for each element

  • Einsteins Archives Online – Online access to Albert Einstein’s scientific and non-scientific manuscripts

  • EOL – Encyclopedia of Life is a site with a goal to document all species of life on Earth

  • Exploring Life’s Origins – A timeline of life’s evolution

  • eMolecules – A genuine cheminformatics system that searches for molecules using chemical structure

  • Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Spaceflight – An Alphabetical Guide to the Living Universe

  • Encyclopedia of Life – An ongoing collaborative to document all species of life on Earth

  • Hubblesite – Discoveries from the Hubble satellite, take a monthly tour of the night sky, and more educational cosmic revelations

  • Light and Matter– Educational materials for physics and astronomy

  • Moosmosis – Open-access humanities and science lessons and unique e-learning games

  • NASA – Informative site for kids, students, educators, and researchers

  • NatureServe Explorer – An authoritative source for information on more than 70,000 plants, animals, and ecosystems of the United States and Canada

  • Neave Plantetarium – An accurate, real-time planetarium you can interact with through your browser

  • NOVA – Video, podcasts, and plenty of information from PBS

  • PhET – Free physics, chemistry, biology, earth science, and math simulations

  • Physics Flash Animation – 88 Flash animations for illustrating physics content

  • PhysLink – Physics and astronomy online

  • Places and Spaces – Maps designed to help understand, navigate and manage physical places and abstract information spaces

  • Robert Krampf’s Science Education Company – Free science videos and experiments

  • Science Toys – Use common household materials to make toys that demonstrate fascinating scientific principles

  • SciSeek – Science search engine and directory

  • Sciyo – Read, download and share thousands of articles from exclusive scientific journals and books

  • SolStation – Information and software for those interested in astronomy, writing, education, or entertainments related to science or speculative fiction

  • Spacestation42 – Free spacecraft, rockets, satellites, and planet paper models

  • Stellarium – An open-source planetarium for your computer

  • SSRN: Social Science Research Network – Hosts an enormous eLibrary consisting of abstracts, journals, and working papers from top researchers of social sciences around the world

  • The Biology Project – An interactive online resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona

  • The ChemCollective – Online resources for teaching and learning chemistry

  • The Internet Stellar Database – All the dirt on your favorite stars

  • The Vega Science Trust – Broadcasts science programs online for free

  • Tree of Life Web Project – A collaborative effort of biologists from around the world

  • Understanding Evolution – Your one-stop source for information on evolution

  • Vega – An independent broadcaster of informed scientific visual and audio media

  • Virtual Microscope – A NASA funded project that provides simulated scientific instrumentation for students and researchers

  • Visible Body – A complete and fully interactive, 3D human anatomy model

  • WebElements Periodic Table – Award-winning, clickable periodic table

  • WebMD – Award-winning authority on health and medicine information

  • World Wind – Zoom from satellite altitude into any place on Earth

Dictionary/Thesaurus

      • AllWords – Dictionary that allows you to search for words containing certain letters, words ending with and words starting with

      • Alpha Dictionary – Online dictionaries for nearly 300 different languages

      • American Sign Language Browser – An animated American Sign Language dictionary

      • Answers.com – Online dictionary, encyclopedia and much more

      • Big Huge Thesaurus – Based on source data from Princeton and Carnegie Mellon

      • Collins – Dictionary, thesaurus, translator, and word games

      • Dictionarist – A talking dictionary which can provide translations with pronunciation and sound in over a dozen languages

      • Howjsay – An English pronouncing dictionary with instant sound

      • JaLingo – A free OS independent dictionary application

      • Kids Open Dictionary Builder – A free, open simple dictionary for students to use that anyone can contribute to

      • LookWAYup– Combines a multilingual dictionary, thesaurus, translation, and other handy tools

      • Merriam-Webster Online – Dictionary and word games and more

      • MetaGlossary – Defines over 2,000,000 terms, phrases and acronyms

      • OneLook Dictionary Search – Search web-based dictionaries for definitions or translations

      • Online Etymology Dictionary – Explanations of what our words meant and how they sounded years ago

      • StarDict – A cross-platform and international dictionary software

      • The Free Dictionary – Free dictionaries, thesaurus, encyclopedias and more

      • Visual Dictionary – Explore the 15 major themes to access more than 6,000 images

      • Visuwords – Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts

      • Wiktionary – A multilingual dictionary with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations, synonyms, antonyms and translations

      • ZebraWords – Dictionary, thesaurus, translations and more

Foreign Language

      • American Sign Language Browser – Learn ASL by watching animated demonstrations

      • bab.la – A free collaborative dictionary, language quizzes and a language forum featuring user-generated content

      • Babchat – Talk to and practice with other learners and native speakers in different languages

      • BBC Languages – Learn a bit at a time in your own time

      • BEOLINGUS – German, Spanish, Portuguese and English translation and dictionary tool

      • busuu – A new concept of language learning through native-speaking communities

      • Dictionarist – A free online multilingual and talking dictionary service which can provide translation

      • Duolingo – This popular language-learning platform is now free for schools

      • Fonetiks – Online pronunciation guides to 9 varieties of the English language and 9 other languages

      • Frenchplanations – Free French grammar courses from Frenchplanations

      • Free Spanish Lessons – Offers free vocabulary lists, grammar lessons, and a blog

      • Hello Pal – Using the built-in translation tools, users can communicate freely regardless of language or country

      • HiNative – Ask questions about any language and get answers from native speakers from around the world

      • italki – Language exchange and learning community

      • I Want to Speak – A worldwide language learning community

      • Language Learning Library – A comprehensive selection of free language learning tutorials

      • Language Share – A simple-to-use service that connects language learners from around the world

      • Learn With Oliver – Practice your vocabulary with audio flashcards, various exercises, and tests

      • Learn Italian Online – Free tutorials and resources for learning Italian

      • Lingro – A multilingual dictionary and language learning site

      • Pons Dictionary – Detailed international dictionaries and high-quality language tools

      • Speaky – A social network to learn languages and meet people around the world

      • Textkit – Learn Ancient Greek and Latin

      • WordReference – Online translation dictionaries

GPA Calculators

Graphs/Printables/Presentation

      • 123 Homeschool 4 Me – Over a million free printables for kids

      • authorSTREAM – Online PowerPoint presentations and slideshow sharing

      • Awesome PowerPoint Tutorials – Tutorials on how to create text-FX, transparencies, DVD’s etc. with PowerPoint

      • Create A Graph – Quickly create graphs and charts

      • Desmos – A free mathematical equation graph

      • Eclipse Crossword – An easy and free way to create crossword puzzles in seconds

      • Education.com Worksheets – Free worksheets and printables for kids

      • Free Printables – Thousands of printable documents and templates

      • Freeology – Printables and lesson ideas that are easy to find and easy to use

      • Gliffy – Create all types of diagrams, flow charts, floor plans, wireframes and more online

      • Happiness is Homemade -Printable games, word searches, home decor, holiday printables and more

      • Incompetech – Free online graph, grid, and lined paper printouts in PDF format

      • Mathway – A free equation calculator and graphing tool

      • PrintFree – Print free graphs, calendars, forms, cards and more

      • PrintFriendly – Remove ads, navigation, etc. so you save paper and ink when you print

      • Realia Project – Hundreds of free printables from weekly planners to lined-paper, bookmarks and more

      • Slideshare – Share your presentations privately or publicly

      • Worksheets Worksheets – Free printable worksheets in over 50 categories for K-12

      • yEd – Quickly and effectively generate drawings and to apply automatic layouts to a range of different diagrams and networks

Highlighters/Web Annotation

      • A.nnotate – An online annotation, collaboration, and indexing system for documents and image

      • Annotate It – Annotate any webpage with the bookmarklet or add it to your own site

      • Diigo – Highlight, annotate, tag, collect, and remotely access web content

      • Highlighter – This Firefox extension allows you to highlight text on a webpage

      • MyStickies – Put sticky notes on Web pages

      • Weava – Highlight, organize, and create your research in one place, then share it if you like

      • Wired-Marker – A permanent indelible highlighter that you use on Web pages

History/Geography

      • 50 States – Detailed information about the 50 states and their capitals

      • American Memory – Free and open access to a wide variety of digital records about American history from The Library of Congress

      • Atlapedia Online – Full-color physical maps, political maps, key facts, and statistics on countries of the world

      • CountryReports – Cultural, historical, and statistical country information

      • Digital History – An online history textbook

      • Geography4Kids – Basic physical geography or earth science for all ages

      • Geosense – Test your knowledge of world geography alone or against another online player

      • HyperHistory – A collection of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented for educational use

      • JetPunk – Fun and interactive geography quizzes

      • Journey of Mankind – A virtual global journey of modern man over the last 160,000 years

      • MacroHistory – Prehistory to the 21st century with timelines, maps, book summaries, etc.

      • Maps of War – Maps, and animations of timelines pertaining to war

      • NBL Map Center – 200,000 historic maps and 5,000 atlases documenting the evolution of the printed map

      • Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection – A large collection of world maps and links to historical archives

      • Perseus Digital Library – An evolving library documenting the history, literature, and culture of the Greco-Roman world

      • PolicyMap – An online Geographic Information System that enables users to create custom tables, charts, and maps

      • Seterra – A challenging geography program with 70 different exercises

      • TerraClues – An online game using Google technology in which you must find hidden markers placed on the world map by solving a series of clues

      • World Atlas – Maps, flags, geography facts, currency conversion, world clocks, and more

      • World Freedom Atlas – A visualization showing the level of human rights, democracy, and good governance within countries

      • World History Sources – Reviews describe online primary source archives, evaluate resources, and provide classroom suggestions

Home Library

      • BookBump – An easy-to-use book manager

      • Calibre – An open source e-book library management and conversion application

      • Goodreads – Helping people find and share books they love

      • lib.rario.us – A place to catalog your media collection, whether it be books, DVDs, CDs

      • LibraryThing – Catalog your books online and connect with people who read the same things

Kids/Young Adult

      • ABCmouse.com – Educational games, puzzles, art activities, and printables that are free for teachers

      • Ask Dr. Universe – Science questions and answers for kids of all ages

      • Bitesize – A free online study support resource designed to help with learning, revision, and homework

      • Childsplay – A suite of educational games for young children with additional plugins

      • Creating Music – An online creative music environment for children of all ages

      • Discovery Kids – Videos, games, and more for kids

      • e-Learning for Kids – Free and unlimited use of best-in-class courseware

      • Fact Monster – Atlas, almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia, and much more from Information Please

      • KidPad – A collaborative story authoring tool for children

      • KidsClick – A search tool for kids by librarians

      • Kids’ Vid – An instructional website that helps teachers and students use video production in the classroom

      • MoneyTrail – A free allowance and money management system for kids, teens, and families

      • National Geographic Kids – Games, videos, photos, stories, and more for kids

      • National Geographic Little Kids – Games, videos, photos, stories, and more for younger children

      • Owl & Mouse – Educational maps, software, games, and activities

      • PBS Kids Go – Fun games and challenges for children

      • Prodigy – A game designed to motivate 1st to 8th-grade students to learn and practice math

      • Scholastic – Helping children around the world read and learn

      • SFSKIDS – A fun site for kids to learn about music from The San Franciso Symphony

      • SmartTutor Freebies – Free educational games and activities for children

      • SpellingCity – Online spelling games that make practicing for tests fun

      • Teen Ink – A monthly print magazine, website, and book series all written by teens

      • Word Games – A collection of online interactive puzzles and games

      • The Young Writers Society – Community forums for young writers

Lectures/Speeches/Podcasts

      • Academic Earth – Thousands of video lectures from the world’s top scholars

      • American Rhetoric – Top 100 speeches of the 20th century by rank

      • AA School of Architecture Lecture Archives – A large collection of video lectures available to the public

      • Brains On – An award-winning science podcast for kids and curious adults

      • EdTechTalk – A webcasting network of educators discussing educational technology

      • Free Academic Podcasts – 145 podcasts for your educational pleasure

      • Google Podcasts – Find and listen to your favorite podcasts

      • iHeartRadio Podcasts – Follow your favorite podcasts and download episodes to your iOS or Android phone to listen offline

      • MIT World – A vast video archive of lectures from MIT

      • NPR Podcasts – NPR-produced podcasts that you can listen to at NPR.org, in NPR One, or in third-party podcast apps

      • Open Yale Courses – Lectures in audio, video, and transcript spanning the full range of liberal arts disciplines

      • Pocket Casts – A powerful podcast platform now available for free

      • Pulse-Project – Audio and video lectures for both general and specialized audiences, delivered by eminent academics

      • Ted Talks – Talks from the Technology Entertainment Design conventions

      • webcast.berkeley – Every semester, UC Berkeley webcasts select courses and events for live viewing and on-demand replay over the Internet

Mathematics/Calculators

      • 3D-XplorMath – A free program for visualizing and experimenting with a variety of mathematical objects

      • Answer Checker – Free Program for TI-83 and TI-83+ calculators

      • Calculator – Calculate anything anywhere – online, PDA, wap and cellphone calculators

      • Chegg Math Solver – Make math easier with this step-by-step math problem solver and calculator

      • Calcoolate – Calculator and conversion tool

      • Convertalot – Measurement converters and online calculators for all occasions

      • ConvertPlus – Online weights and measurement conversion tool

      • CuriousMath – Fun and fascinating math tricks and trivia

      • Free Online Unit Converter – An easy-to-use online conversion tool

      • GeoGebra – A dynamic mathematics software that joins geometry, algebra, and calculus

      • Glossary of Mathematical Terms – An extensive resource

      • Google Calculator – Use Google to evaluate mathematical expressions

      • Inner Algebra – How to do algebra in your head

      • Instacalc – Fast and powerful calculation, unit conversion, analysis, and charting tools

      • Interactive Mathematics – Applets for teachers, parents, and students who seek engaging mathematics

      • Math.com – Resources, dictionaries, test prep, and many more math learning tools

      • Math and Reading Help for Kids – Your guide to math, reading, homework help, tutoring and earning a high school diploma

      • Math Expressions – Offers online math tutoring using videos, study tips, and practice questions

      • MathGV – MathGV is a mathematical function graphing software program for Windows

      • Mathematics Tutorials and Problems – Free mathematics tutorials to help you explore and gain a deep understanding of math topics

      • MathSearch – Search a collection of over 200,000 documents on English-language mathematics and statistics servers across the Web

      • Mathway – A step-by-step math problem solver

      • Mathwords – An interactive math dictionary

      • MathWorld – An extensive mathematics resource

      • Miscellaneous Mathematical Utilities – This page contains links to several javascript mathematical utilities

      • Nick’s Mathematical Puzzles – More than 150 free math puzzles of varying difficulty

      • Numbernut – If you are looking for math information, this site is for you!

      • Online Conversion – Convert just about anything to anything else

      • Photomath – Reads and solves mathematical problems instantly by using the camera of your mobile device

      • Plus Magazine – Articles from the top mathematicians and science writers on topics as diverse as art, medicine, cosmology and sport

      • Purplemath – Practical algebra lessons

      • QuickMath – An automated service for answering common math problems over the Internet

      • Some Printable Paper Rulers – Disposable paper rulers

      • Spotter – Helps students check their answers to math and science questions

      • Table of Mathematical Symbols – From Wikipedia

      • Thinking Blocks – An interactive math tool designed to help students learn how to solve multistep word problems

      • Time and Date Calculators – Calculate dates, time, distance, and astronomical events

      • The Math Forum – Online resource for improving math learning, teaching, and communication

      • Visual Calculus – Tutorials, quizzes, and interactive modules

Memorization

      • Brainscape – Scientifically proven adaptive flashcards optimized to your pace of learning

      • BuildYourMemory – Offers tips and tricks to help you build memorization skills

      • Cram – Create your own flashcards, or search through over 195 million flashcards in this extensive library

      • Memorise.org – Free online memory training

      • Study Guides and Strategies – Excellent study guides that are collaboratively maintained across institutional and national boundaries

      • The Memory Page – Dedicated to helping people improve their memory

Notes/Writing

      • 100 Words – This is an exercise in disciplined creativity in which you must write exactly 100 words at a time

      • BBEdit – A powerful general-purpose text and HTML editor

      • BibMe – A free bibliography maker that auto-fills

      • Creative Writing Prompts – Inspiring ideas for writers, bloggers, and poets

      • CutePDF Writer – Create professional-quality PDF documents

      • EasyBib – A free automatic bibliography composer

      • Essay Punch – An interactive writing tutorial

      • Evernote – Quickly create, capture, and organize any type of note

      • Formatically – Fast and accurate MLA formatting on the web

      • Go2PDF – Convert any document into PDF format instantly

      • Google Docs & Spreadsheets – Create and import basic documents and spreadsheets

      • Great Source iwrite – Everything educators, students, and parents need to make the writing process work

      • Helium – Write, read, rate, and earn revenue

      • Language is a Virus – Writing prompts, exercises, games, and guides

      • NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month

      • Notepad++ – A free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages

      • OttoBib – Free and easy automatic bibliography generation

      • Paradigm Online Writing Assitant – Resources, advice, articles, writing tools, free blog, forums, and more

      • PDF to Word – Free conversion service with no restrictions

      • PocketMod – The ultimate note card

      • PrimoPDF – Convert to PDF from any application by simply ‘printing’ to the PrimoPDF printer

      • Protagonize – An interactive fiction and collaborative story writing community

      • SnapBits – Securely store, search, sort and easily retrieve information

      • Stikkit – Organize notes and data; share, collaborate and comment on ideas

      • Stickies – Digital sticky notes that can be attached to a website, document, folder, or the desktop

      • Tinderbox – A personal content assistant that helps you visualize, analyze and share your notes

      • WEbook.com – An online publishing platform that allows writers, editors, reviewers, illustrators, and others to join forces

      • WordCounter – Use this to see what words you overuse to keep from writing redundantly or repetitively

      • Word Count Tool – Free online tool to count the number of words – just copy and paste

      • Word Frequency Counter – Paste or type your text to count the frequency usage of each word

      • Wordnik – Shows definitions from multiple sources, so you can see many different takes on a word’s meaning

      • Word Spy – Devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases

      • WriteWell – Outlines for writing your essay or paper so you never have to stare at a blank page

      • Write Street – Ultimate tools and resources for great writers and artists

      • Writer’s Digest – Devoted to helping writers develop their craft and hone their publishing acumen since 1920

      • Writing.com – Create an online writing portfolio with numerous writing tools, email services, and the chance to meet and bond with fresh creative minds

      • yWriter – Free story writing software

Online Learning

      • 1,000+ Open Textbooks and Learning Resources for All Subjects – a list of textbooks and online classes licensed under open copyright

      • AcademicInfo – Online degrees, online schools, and student resources

      • Alison – Free online courses from the world’s leading experts

      • ArsDigita University Curriculum – The curriculum was modeled on the undergraduate CS program at MIT

      • Adult Learn – An aggregator of educational institutions in a diverse array of concentrations

      • Annenberg Learner – Educational video programs with coordinated online and print materials for K-12 teachers

      • BBC Learning – Online learning, support, and advice

      • Buddy School – Online tutors in all subjects, thousands of private teachers around the globe

      • Connexions – View and share educational material that can be organized as courses, books, reports, etc.

      • Coursera – Take the world’s best courses, online, for free.

      • Critical Thinking Web – Over 100 free online tutorials on critical thinking, logic, scientific reasoning, creativity, and other aspects of thinking skills

      • Curriki – Free user-created, open-source curricula

      • EFL.Training – Helps learners with specific learning difficulties command the English language and learn effective communication skills

      • Free-Ed – Free education on the Internet – no books to buy or hidden fees

      • FunBrain – Fun games for your brain

      • Free Book Notes – A guide to free book notes, summaries, literature notes, and study guides for over 1600 books, plays, and poems

      • Games for the Brain – Play neverending quiz, memory & brain games to train your thinking

      • GCFLearnFree – The freedom to learn what you want, when you want, absolutely free

      • Google Digital Garage – A range of free learning content designed to help your business or your career

      • HippoCampus – Online multimedia and course materials that can help you with your homework and studies

      • HowStuffWorks – easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works

      • Howtopedia – A collaborative platform for practical knowledge and simple technologies

      • Infobarrel – Community-contributed information and how-to guides

      • Internet Archive – Universal access to human knowledge

      • ItrainOnline– A selection of the best and most relevant computer and Internet training resources for development and social change

      • Khan Academy – Free access to a library of over 3,500 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice

      • Medical Billing and Coding – Obtain a degree in medical coding and billing

      • OEDb – The Online Education Database is your guide to online colleges, continuing education, distance learning, and more

      • Online Courses – Free online courses from the world’s leading universities like Yale, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and many others

      • Online PhD Programs – Resources on attaining an online doctorate

      • Qoolsqool – A free and open educational resource for educators, students, and self-learners around the world

      • Quizlet – An online tool for learning vocabulary

      • ResourceShelf – Dedicated librarians and researchers share the results of their web searches for resources and information

      • Skillwise – Factsheets, worksheets, quizzes, and games to help improve your skills

      • SoYouWanna – Teaches you how to do all the things nobody taught you in school

      • STARTDL Puzzles – more than 36 different educational puzzles including Anagrams, Word and Number Games, Trivia

      • The Learning Toolbox – Learning resources for parents, teachers and secondary students with learning disabilities and ADHD

      • WebQuest – A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most of the information comes from the web

      • Wisc – Free access to an online learning object repository

Open Source/OpenCourseWare

      • Directory of Open Access Journals – Open access scientific and scholarly journals that use a quality control system to guarantee the content

      • edX – MOOC provider that is both nonprofit and open source, governed by colleges and universities

      • GitHub – Share Open Source code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and strangers

      • Harvard University Library OCP – Online access to historical resources from Harvard’s renowned libraries, archives, and museums

      • JHSPHOpenCourseWare – The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s OpenCourseWare project

      • MERLOT – Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (Creative Commons)

      • MIT’s OpenCourseWare – A free and open educational resource for educators, students, and self-learners around the world

      • OER Commons – A teaching and learning network of shared materials, from K-12 through college, from algebra to zoology, open to everyone

      • Online Courses – Free online courses from the world’s leading universities like Yale, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, and many others

      • Open Culture – High-quality cultural and educational media for the worldwide lifelong learning community

      • OpenCourseWare Consortium – Universities working together to advance education and empower people worldwide

      • Open Learning Initiative – A collection of openly available and free online courses and course materials that enact instruction for an entire course

      • OpenLearn – Free and open educational resources for learners and educators around the world

      • Open Source Initiative – A non-profit corporation formed to educate about and advocate for the benefits of open source

      • The Open Video Project – A repository of educational videos, documentaries, lectures and more

      • UC Irvine OpenCourseWare – University-level educational materials, including syllabi, lecture notes, assignments, and exams

Video Tutorials

      • BrainPOP – A wide variety of animated movies and interactive educational content

      • Brightstorm Math – Over 2000 Math Videos in 6 subjects; Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus

      • Career Videos – Video overviews, job descriptions, educational requirements, salary information, and career outlooks

      • ESLprofessor – Online English video lessons with a professional tutor

      • SchoolTube – Safe, effective video production and online video sharing

      • ScienceHack – A unique video search engine for science videos

      • TeacherTube – An online community for sharing educational and instructional videos

      • TED – Short, powerful talks on Technology, Entertainment, and Design

      • Vidipedia – The free video encyclopedia that anyone can edit.

Poetry/Quotes

      • Kalliope– A unique poetry workshop based on original exercises for poets young and old

      • LibQuotes – This site’s motto is: Don’t quote it if you can’t source it

      • LitQuotes– This literary reference site features quotations from the great works of literature

      • Pathetic– A community for poets and poetry enthusiasts alike

      • PoemHunter– Search for poems, lyrics, music, and quotations

      • Poetiv– An archive of 15,000+ Poems by 150+ Poets

      • Poetry 180– A poem a day for American high schools from the Library of Congress

      • Poetry Archive– Online collection of recordings of poets reading their work

      • Poetry Collections – Links to poetry available online

      • Poets.org – The Academy of American Poets

      • Post Poetry – A community with thousands of amateur and professional poets alike

      • Quotefolio – Quotes, sayings, proverbs, and adages

      • RhymeZone – Rhyming dictionary and thesaurus

      • Shadow Poetry – A world of poetry at your fingertips

      • The Poet Sanctuary – A safe and enjoyable haven for fans of poetry

Quizzes/Test Taking

      • ACT Test Prep – A site for students with information and links to free resources

      • ClassTools – Create interactive educational games and quizzes

      • ETS – Information about tests with resources for educators, students, and parents

      • ExamProfessor – Offer online exams, tests, quizzes, drills, and practice

      • Kaplan Free Events – Take a free practice test, attend a sample class, or challenge yourself with an SAT® boot camp

      • Learning Vocabulary Fun – Test preparation and vocabulary building made fun

      • Number2 – Free SAT, ACT, and GRE test preparation and vocabulary builder

      • QuizMaster Manager – An Open Source project that lets users create, edit and manage quizzes

      • Test Prep Review – A free resource center for test preparation and new exams

      • Test-Guide – A wealth of free test prep information and practice tests for a variety of exams

      • Union Test Prep – Our Practice Tests, flashcards, and study guides will help you get a better score on the ACT

Organization/Brainstorming

      • 12 Rules of Filing – Alphabetic indexing rules and procedures based on established rules of ARMA

      • bubbl.us – Free brainstorming web application with colorful mind maps that you can embed on your web site

      • CmapTools – Construct, navigate, share and criticize knowledge models represented as concept maps

      • CollegeRuled – Your class schedule, class message boards, lists, notes and more

      • Elf – This service will send you email reminders about your library loans and holds

      • FreeMind – Free mind mapping software

      • Mind42 – A browser-based online mind mapping application

      • Mindomo – Create, edit mind maps, and share them with your colleagues or your friends

      • Papaly – Organize bookmarks, share them, or make them private

      • RecallPlus Lite – A study-based mind mapping software that tests students on their notes

      • The Idea Lottery – An idea-generating tool to help you discover new connections and solutions

      • View Your Mind – A visual thinking and planning tool

      • VUE – A content mapping application to help organize, contextualize, and access digital information

      • WiseMapping – Create, edit and access your mind maps from anywhere over the web

 

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