“You can’t depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.” ~Mark Twain
Vermont Online Library – A wealth of information across the curriculum from electronic reference books.
Bloom’s Literary Data Base – A comprehensive literary database.
Nature – Nature is a weekly international journal publishing the finest peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology.
Scientific America – Scientific American is the world’s premier magazine of scientific discovery and technological innovation for the general public.
Scientific American Mind – Leading scientists, inventors and engineers from diverse fields describe their ideas and achievements.
The Foundation for the National Archives – A spiderweb of primary documents linked in an innovative web to show how documents and history are linked together.
The Digital Public Library of America brings these different viewpoints, experiences, and collections together in a single platform.
Primary historical resources from Europe
Federal Bureau of Investigations Records: The Vault – The Vault is the FBI’s public electronic reading room, containing 6,700 documents and other media.
Money in State Politics – Money in state politics plays a pivotal role in shaping public policy in individual states and across the nation. We track political donations in all 50 states. Take a look.
Library of Congress – Virtual Tour – A Plethora of primary documents. It contains letters from slaves, Presidential Inauguration speeches, Thomas Jefferson’s and Frederick Douglass’ papers, and much, much more.
Revealing Money’s Influence on Politics – MapLight’s research tools help shine a light on the connection between money and votes, to help citizens hold legislators accountable.
Advertising Campaign Collection – A collection of pictures and photographs of the advertisement slogans that have been used over the past century.
National Digital Newspaper Program – This website allows you to search and view American historic newspapers, published 1836-1922.
Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database – This database has information on almost 35,000 slaving voyages that forcibly embarked over 10 million Africans.
Public Library of Law – This is a comprehensive collection of U.S. Supreme Court cases, , federal statutory law and code from all 50 states, regulations, court rules, and constitutions.
Vermont Supreme Court Decisions
Free Information … what a novelty
Chicago-Kent College of Law – US Supreme Court Media – This site contains a wealth of information about past and present U.S. Supreme Court cases.
The National Archives Docs Teach A plethora of primary sources from the National Archives. The primary documents have been linked together with other primary documents to show the evolution of ideas and policy.
Free information … How accurate is it? How accurate is the stuff we pay for?
They say so much that … just isn’t true!
A parody website of the shallow “clickbait” that catches our eyes and tries to demand our attention – Just Say No to “clickbait”
Wow! So many museums, so many places to visit.
Stand on the Shoulders of Giants
Pollution Scoreboard for your community.
Of course this is only true 95% of the time. And that’s only true 36.3% of the time.
Clinical trials of all human participants from the NIH … Rats of NIMH anyone?
Harvard Law Library is in the process of digitizing 40 million pages of cases since colonial times. Stay Tuned!
Obama is hoping to make secondary education free. It already is in some ways!
Botanist’s Dream! Check this out!
Travel the world with Wiki Voyage
Springer just released to the public domain all of its digital textbooks that are more than 10 years old!
A link to a lot of cleverly worded words …
Students of the Month
MAY 2017 STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Gina O’Connor and Dusty Kemp
Tyler Wolfenbarger – Tyler is always very respectful and well-mannered in class. He displays … [More...]