- In a library, if you don't know where to look for a reference
book, you go to the Reference Librarian. On the Internet, if you don't
know where to look for answers, you go to Refdesk.com. At first glance,
the sheer amount of useful links on the Refdesk home page can be
overwhelming. But it's really quite well organized and useful.
RefDesk - http://www.refdesk.com
SPOT - Convenient links to popular online Almanacs, Calculators,
Dictionaries, Directories, Encyclopedias, Historic Documents,
Quotations, Statistics, and Thesauri.
LibrarySpot - http://www.libraryspot.com
HOMEWORK SPOT - A free homework information
portal that features the
very best K-12 homework-related sites. With the help of students,
and teachers, their team of educators, librarians and journalists has
scoured the Web to bring you the best resources for English, math,
history, art, music, technology, foreign language, college prep, health,
life skills, extracurricular activities and much more.
Homework Spot - http://www.homeworkspot.com
HOMEWORK CENTER - Find useful information by subject area,
develop better writing, note-taking and study skills, and search through
previous questions and answers from other students.
InfoPlease - http://www.infoplease.com/homework
KIDS ON THE WEB - This is an excellent site maintained as a labor
love by Internet luminary Brendan Kehoe. Kids on the Web has links for
Homework Tools, Educational Sites and much more. You could spend days
exploring all these links, and Brendan adds new ones every month.
Homework Tools - http://www.zen.org/~brendan/kids-homework.html
According to the National Home Education Research Institute, there are
over two million homeschooled children in the USA, and this number is
growing by 15% per year. If you are currently homeschooling or consider
it, here are some resources that you'll find useful:
Homeschool World - http://www.home-school.com
Homeschool Resources - http://www.midnightbeach.com/hs
Legal Defense Assocation - http://www.hslda.org