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Welcome to the Internet resources page. The sites contained below are geared toward furthering work assigned in the classroom through resources available on the Internet. 

Click on any of the links to the left to begin.

Reference links

Paper Writing


Science Links

History and Social Studies Links

  • Crossroads Hypertext Archive A hypertext archive of nineteenth century history, including firsthand accounts, literature and biographies. Also includes actual audio recordings of former slaves retelling their experiences.
  • The Remembrance Project– An archive covering primarily nineteenth century. Searchable and includes actual accounts, letters and photographs.
  • American Revolutionary War Timeline– Thorough, covers people, places, and events.
  • ArchNet the University of Connecticut online Archaeology reference
  • Asian Studies– A WWW online directory of Asian resources- by issue or by country
  • Too Cool for Grownups  provides a wealth of information on science and social studies topics for projects or just plain curiosity

Language Reference

Study Skills

Asking Questions Reading Comprehension
General Study Tips Stress Management
Goal Setting Test Preparation
Inquiry-based Science Time Management
Learning Skills Note taking
Math Problem Solving Myers-Briggs Personality Profiles
Motivation Multiple Intelligence

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