Tag Archives: Info Literacy

Your Life on Earth

Would you like to see how you and the earth have changed since you were born? Find out many times your heart has beat, how far you have traveled, how much the ocean has risen, how high a redwood has … Continue reading

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Create a Graph

Try this easy, interactive site with your students. It allows you to create Bar, Line, Area, Pie, and XY charts using their step by step instructions and templates. Create a Graph

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Fact Monster

Try out Fact Monster from Information Please – students can get homework help, find interesting facts, search the reference desk, and use the thesaurus and almanac to gather information for any project. They have thousands of subjects. FactMonster

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60-Second Civics

Join the Center for Civic Education for its daily sixty second podcast for listeners to learn about our nation’s government, the Constitution, and our history. You can listen to the day’s topic or you can choose from previous broadcasts. There … Continue reading

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Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost by Allie Gross

Are you looking for a virtual field trip for your classroom? One or all of these may just fill the bill. Six Virtual Field Trips to Give Lesson Plans a Boost

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Project Noah

Visit Project Noah if you would like to explore the different animals or organisms found around the world. Join if you would like to be a citizen scientist and add to the project. Project Noah

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American Presidency Project

This collection of executive branch primary documents from U.S. History features data on every Presidential Election dating back to 1789, a Presidential Documents Archive and text versions of each Inaugural Address. The American Presidency Project

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Open Library

Do you know about this site? Alabama participates in their lending library. They have over 200,000 you can borrow and over 1,000,000 for free download. You can search by subject, keyword,  or author. Once you find a book, you can … Continue reading

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Exploratree

This free site offers numerous thinking guides (graphic organizers) for you or your students. It allows you to add text, images, shapes, lines, and even a hint box. You may use the site without logging in, but it won’t be … Continue reading

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The Epic Ebook Guide

The title says it all. This site will tell you where to find free or inexpensive ebooks, what type you need for each device, how to download, and how to publish your own. The Epic Ebook Guide

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