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This week from the EduHound “Classroom Tools and Tips” Newsletter, reference sites.
- Internet Public Library: Reference — Here’s the place to go for all your general reference needs! There are links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs and other sites for homework help or just looking things up. http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/browse/ref00.00.00
- Bartleby.com — Combines contemporary and classic reference works into a comprehensive public reference library. http://www.bartleby.com/reference/
- Martindale’s Reference Desk — Links to reference resources; includes language centers, calculators, maps, science tables and various countries. http://www.martindalecenter.com
- infoplease — Includes encyclopedias, almanacs, atlases, biographies, dictionaries, research and homework help. http://www.infoplease.com
- LibrarySpot.com — A collection of reference resources available online as well as a directory of public, academic, and special libraries worldwide. www.libraryspot.com
- Refdesk.com — Refdesk is a free and family-friendly web-site that indexes and reviews quality, credible and current web-based resources. www.refdesk.com
This week the newsletter passes on a writing resource from “Mitchell:”
I wanted to alert you to our new free website on teaching writing. The Writing Teacher (http://www.thewritingteacher.org) . You probably know that two thirds of US students are below grade level proficiency in writing skills. Our goal is for 90% proficiency in five years. These efforts are starting with our blog, where we post two articles per month.
Please pass this on to teachers; plus we are always looking for teachers who want to write about what works in their classrooms. The blog is sponsored by Learning Express eFolio.
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