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Recommended External Links

Please note: Diman is not responsible for the content of any of these links. Please let us know if any links are inaccurate.

Air Conditioning/HVAC

Automotive Collision Repair and Finishing

Automotive Technology

Culinary Arts

Dental Assisting

Drafting

Electricity

Electronics

English/Language Arts

  • Bartleby
    "Publishes the classics of literature, non-fiction, and reference free of charge for the home, classroom, and desktop of each and every participant."
  • CIESE - Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education
    Projects using primary sources and archived collections: "Historical Treasure Chests," "Movie in the Making," "Population Growth".
  • Free Rice
  • High School Hub
    Free online learning center that features subject guides for English, foreign languages, math, science, and social studies.
  • Ibiblio, the public's library and digital archive: Poetry and Reading
    One of the largest online collections of collections," a conservancy of freely available information, including software, music, literature, art, history, science, politics, and cultural studies. Links include Project Gutenburg, a collection's index, Wikinfo, also known as the Internet-Encyclopedia, & a search feature.
  • Linda's Links to Literature
    Free links to reading resources – hundreds of links to websites that provide general information about children's and young adults' literature, authors and illustrators, etc. Lesson plans and activities for books are available by subscription.
  • Nancy Keane's Booktalks
    A searchable collection of booktalks suitable for K-12.
  • Read Write Think
  • Sheppard Software

General Sites

Health Assisting

Local Interest

Math

Office Technology

Plumbing

Science

Social Studies

  • British Broadcasting Corp.
    Explore ancient history through feature articles, 3-d virtual tours, games and animations.
  • British Broadcasting Corp. Online: World War II
    Resources include a timeline of the war w/ features of sabotage & espionage, the Holocaust, war museums, etc.
  • CIESE - Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education
    Projects using primary sources and archived collections: "Historical Treasure Chests," "Movie in the Making," "Population Growth".
  • History Channel
    Based on cable television network, site rich in history resources. Hundreds of winks searchable by keyword or decade.
  • Library of Congress
    1920s and Great Depression, Roosevelt, New Deal, Dust Bowl, etc., links for high school and college students.
  • Library of Congress: The Learning Page, Especially for Teachers
    Find more than 100 " American Memory Collections." Gives a "teacher's eye view" of over 7 million historical documents, photos, maps, films, & audio recordings. Find lessons, activities, etc. for use in classrooms.
  • Plimoth Plantation
    The living history museum of 17th century Plymouth, MA features info culled from primary resources on Pilgrim life.
  • Social Studies for Kids
    A site for students and teachers covering history, geography, economics, cultures, current events, holidays, religions, languages, archaeology, and much more.
  • TerraServer USA
    Searchable database of aerial photos, satellite photos, maps, etc.
  • The Truman Library
    Teacher workshops, lesson plans, social studies links, online teacher publications.
  • U.S. History
    Focuses on Colonial & Revolutionary eras in Philadelphia area w/ special sections on Betsy Ross, Ben Franklin, the Liberty Bell, Valley Forge, & Brandywine Battlefield.
  • Wars and Conflict: World War I
    Examines WWI from British perspective, including newspaper articles and eyewitness accounts.
  • World War I Trenches on the Web
    Presents encyclopedic info on people, places, events of The Great War, abroad & U.S. homefront – includes a topical index and a search.
  • World War II Resources hosted by Ibiblio
    Primary source materials on the Web - Original government documents regarding all aspects of the war. Chronological history w/ search feature.

Student Health 101

Teachers

  • About (Education & Rubrics)
    Rubrics are excellent grading tools. Learn more about the creation and use of rubrics.
  • America's Career InfoNet
    Detailed information about careers, searchable by state.
  • Big 6
    The Big 6 information literacy homepage, used to teach information and technology skills.
  • Blue Web'n
    An online library of 1952 outstanding Internet sites categorized by subject, grade level, and format You can also do a quick search by grade level, broad subject area, or specific subject area. Each month 5-10 new sites are added.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics: What Interests You?
    Includes job descriptions, requirements, salary, future prospects. Has an alphabetical listing of careers.
  • Career Voyages
    "The ultimate road trip to career success." Sponsored by the U.S. Departments of Labor and Education.
  • Creative Commons
    A nonprofit organization's site which "offers a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors and artists." Includes audio, images, video, and text.
  • Dictionary of Occupational Titles
    This is the complete Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) revised fourth edition supplied electronically by the U. S. Dept. of Labor.
  • Diman Teachers' Association
  • Distinguished Women of Past and Present
    "This site has biographies of women who contributed to our culture in many ways."
  • Educational Technology Clearinghouse
    Teacher resources grouped into three sections: Subjects: Here you will find links to the best of the Web, sorted by subject and grade level. Resources: Valuable links for teachers, grant-seekers, administrators, and other members of the educational community. Reference Desk: Quick links to the most useful reference sources on the Web.
  • Internet Public Library
    "is a public service organization and learning/teaching environment at the University of Michigan School of Information." Activities include finding, evaluating, selecting, organizing, describing, and creating information resources.
  • Job Profiles.Org
    Includes information on a wide variety of careers, taken from interviews with people currently in those careers.
  • Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
    "Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning."
  • Librarians' Index to the Internet
    "is a searchable, annotated directory of more than 14,000 Internet resources selected and evaluated by librarians for their usefulness to users of public libraries."
  • Library of Congress: American Memory
    "is a multimedia website of digitized historical documents, photographs, sound recordings, moving pictures, books, pamphlets, maps and other resources from the LOC's vast holdings."
  • Microsoft Office
    Learn to use Microsoft Office for grade-books, flyers, and more.
  • National Women's Hall of Fame
    National Women's Hall of Fame – searchable index of 207 Hall of Fame members, including brief biographies.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    U. S. Dept. of Labor's website with the 2004-05 Edition of Occupational Outlook Handbook. It "is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives."
  • Pics4Learning
    The "collection is intended to provide copyright friendly images for use by students and teachers in an educational setting."
  • School Clip Art
    Clip art images.
  • School-Matters
    " …provides rich information and powerful search and comparison tools to help uncover the stories behind the numbers, and further the discussion about how to improve student performance."
  • Special Needs Forms
  • Teachers Helping Teachers
    The "Original education site written by teachers for teachers." Provides lesson plans, links to resources, etc.
  • WebQuest
    "News and views about the WebQuest model, a constructivist lesson format used widely around the world."
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