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Google Art Project
A partnership between Google and over 150 partners worldwide, including many well-known museums. Take a walk through museums around the world, view masterpieces with brushstroke level detail, or create your own collection to share online.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History
Provides a thorough timeline of art history worldwide, including works of art, essays and world maps.  Browse by geographic region, thematic category, or time period.

National Gallery of Art
Search the collection of the National Gallery in Washington D.C., view online lessons, or take an online tour.

Seattle Art Museum’s Online Learning
Online art tours, interactive games, art activities, bibliographies, and Web links.


American Academy of Achievement
The Gallery will allow for students to find a role model from nearly every career imaginable.
Over 20,000 biographies are available from Biography. The site offers a list of "This Week's Top Biographies" and a "Born on This Day" section. Information is gathered from the TV show and magazine entitled “Biography.”

ESPN: Top North American Athletes of the Century
The top 100 great athletes from all sports as chosen by ESPN as part of the SportsCentury Retrospective.

Music History 102
A guide to western composers and their music from the Middle Ages through the 20th century. Six eras of music development are included: Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque Age, Classical Period, Romantic Era and Twentieth Century.

Countries and States
Links to state homepage, symbols, flags, maps, constitutions, representatives, songs, birds, flowers, trees.

Background Notes
Background Notes include facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy and foreign relations of different countries.  They are developed and written by the United States Department of State.

Countries of the World
Each country profile has the following information: Geography, Maps, Flag, History, Current ruler, Area, Population, Capital, Largest cities, Languages, Ethnicity/race, Religion, Literacy Rate, Economy, and Government.

The List
Comparative information on countries of the world in categories such as population, climate size, gross national product and more, from

Stately Knowledge: Facts About the States
From the Internet Public Library at the University of Michigan School of Information, this site will help find basic facts on all the states.

The World Factbook
Provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, and military for 267 countries.

Language Arts

D’Youville Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Practice exercises to help improve grammar, sentence structure, and punctuation.

Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Provides information on general writing, research and citation, subject-specific writing, job-search writing and ESL.

Guide to Grammar and Writing (Capital Community College)
A complete writing course online.  

HyperGrammar (Writing Centre at the University of Ottawa in Canada)
HyperGrammar explains grammatical concepts accurately and clearly.

Syracuse Citation Style Guides
Provides quick access to examples and guidelines for some of the more frequently used citation styles, such as APA, MLA, Chicago and CSE.


Arcademic Skill Builders
Educational video games that require strategies for responding to fast moving situations. Can be played alone or in groups.  Developed at the University of Kansas.

Cool Math
Lessons and games in algebra, geometry, calculus.  Created by a community college math teacher.

Fact Monster
Along with information about measurement, money, math concepts, this site has a conversion calculator, games and exercises.  From the editors at Information Please.

Funbrain Math Arcade
Offers interactive problem solving games for kids in grades K-8. From the Family Education Network.

Khan Academy
An extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.  Although free, users must sign up with an e-mail, Facebook or Google account.

Math Cats
Math Cats provides creative, interactive ways to explore math. Find trivia, math art, crafts, and other math-related activities for elementary and middle school students. provides in-depth explanations as well as practice problems for students of all ages.


ArtsEdge: The Kennedy Center’s Education Network
The Kennedy Center’s free digital learning platform. Use  the Student section for Kennedy Center Cue Sheets, creative tools and website connections; or browse the collection by Theme.  Resources include articles, videos, interactive games, and audio clips.

Internet Resources for Music, Theater and Dance
An extensive list of links from the Library of Congress’s Performing Arts Reading Room.

New York Philharmonic KidZone
Games designed to help learn about music, instruments, composers and musicians. 

WGBH Classical Kids
An online streaming radio station for kids featuring classical music as well as games to learn  about composers and instruments.

Poetry & Quotations

Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations
Over 11,000 searchable quotes from the 1909 edition of Bartlett’s quotes.
Hundreds of poets and poems.  Listen to many poems read aloud. Maintained by the Academy of American Poets.


Centre of the Cell
Free online educational activities, games and fun facts about cells.  From the Science Education Centre based at Queen Mary, University of London.

Encyclopedia of the Earth
Find news and information about everything under the sun, from agriculture to weather and everything in between.

Encyclopedia of Life
Find basic or detailed information on every known species.

How Stuff Works
How does stuff work?  Watch science videos and read articles.

Lawrence Hall of Science 24/7
Play science games and do science activities.

NASA Mission: Science
Find information about the science NASA is working on, play games, or view images and videos.

Student Science
Timely news articles written for students, as well as suggestions for hands-on activities, books and web resources.

The Why Files
Explains the science behind topics in the news.

Social Science

New York State

New York State Assembly

New York State Senate

State Facts for Students – New York  
From the United States Census Bureau. Quick facts about the population, geography, and history of the state of New York.

Cities, Towns and Villages in New York State
A list of all the cities, towns and villages in New York State with their counties.  From the New York state Library

New York State Apples
The New York Apple Association’s website.  Fun, fast facts about the New York State apple industry, apple history, and apple varieties.

United States and World History

Chronology of World Historical Documents
A directory of links to historical documents that date from the Pre-Colonial era to the present organized by century.  Provided by the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Basic Documents and Writings of the United States
From InfoUSA.  A collection of documents, including speeches, letters, court decisions and presidential decrees that define the American quest for democracy.

Internet Public Library – History  
Maintained by The iSchool at Drexel, College of Information Science and Technology, this is a comprehensive listing of U.S. and world history resources.

Library of Congress
Primary sources including images, documents, movies and sound recordings from U.S. History.