Extractions: "Electronic resources from Africa are organized by region and country. All materials are arranged to encourage an awareness of authorship, type of information, and subject. The scope of the collection is research-oriented, but it also provides access to other gopher and web sites with different or broader missions."
ART HISTORY RESOURCES: Part 8 15th-Century Renaissance Art Dept. of Social Sciences presents an index of anthro. resources divided into such subjects as archeology, physical anthropology and linguistics. in the News. explorers Field Scientists The explorers Club Radiocarbon WWW Server. ArchNet african Archaeology. The Archaeological Conservancy general resources. Bernard Clist's http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks2.html
Extractions: Last modified: March 9, 2003 THIS PAGE Renaissance Art: General 15th-century Italian Art: Early Renaissance SITE INDEX Contents Page Prehistoric Art Ancient Near East Ancient Egypt ... Art of the Middle Ages 15th-CENTURY RENAISSANCE ART 16th-Century Renaissance Art Baroque Art 18th-Century Art 19th-Century Art ... Research Resources These pages are maintained by Chris Witcombe , Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College , Virginia 24595 USA (phone: 434-381-6194 / fax: 434-381-6173). If you have any comments, or suggestions for additional links, or know of other interesting sites, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org Top of Page Italian Renaissance Art (through Michael Greenhalgh's ArtServe at the Australian National University) Italian Renaissance Architecture (through Michael Greenhalgh's ArtServe at the Australian National University) (through Howard Partridge's Cupola Renaissance (an Annenberg/CPB Exhibit), with links to:
Social Studies Resources For K-12Social Studies Resources Resources For Educator Gathers information about British, American and European history, with timelines and resources on people and events. general resources. Internet Modern History Sourcebook (Paul and discussions of world explorers from antiquity to the or, Gustavus Vassa, the african (Brycchan Carey) The best http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/social.htm
Extractions: "The site consists of two bibliographic databases covering Africana periodical literature (Bibliography of Africana Periodical Literature Database) and African Women's literature (African Women's Database). You will also find a comprehensive bibliography on women travelers and explorers to Africa (Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa: 1763-2000: A Comprehensive English Language Bibliography).
Anthropology Internet Resources Index of Internet resources in anthropology and Native American Studies, maintained by the Social Category Science Social Sciences Anthropology Directories in the News explorers Field Scientists The explorers Club UK U. Ariz. C14Radiocarbon WWW Server ArchNet african Archaeology The general resources. http://www.wcsu.edu/socialsci/antres.html
Biographies general Biography resources, Lives, the Biography Resource links to african Americans- Resource page on notable african Americans explorers of the http://teachers.westport.k12.ct.us/resource/biographies.htm
Extractions: Spectrum Biography Library - "Biographies of people throughout history and people in the news." Includes: Clara Barton, the Bronte Sisters, Elizabeth Browning, Julius Caesar, Cesar Chavez, Aaron Copeland, Jacques Cousteau,Charles Dickens, Wyatt Earp, Thomas Edison, King Edward VIII, Henry Ford, Benjamin Franklin, Harry Houdini, Scott Joplin,Abraham Lincoln, Wolfgang Mozart, Pocahontas, Sitting Bull, Georges Seurat, Jonathan Swift, Harriet Tubman, Oscar Wilde.
GENERAL RESOURCES Compiled for Northwestern School District by The Professional Development Team at TCCSA For suggestions, changes or questions, email Joanne Porr or Mary Barber net/ ethemes/ resources/ index. general resources. K6 Homework Topics african-American Sites. American History. Ancient Classical by filling in blanks, other fun stuff. Little explorers Picture Dictionary http://www.tccsa.net/weblinks/nrws/resources
Extractions: GENERAL RESOURCES K-6 Compiled for Northwestern School District by The Professional Development Team at TCCSA For suggestions, changes or questions, email Joanne Porr or Mary Barber email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Thematic Units Education Search Engines ... Subject Area Resources Themes http://emints.more.net/ethemes/resources/index.html At this site teachers can find MANY resources for MANY different thematic units http://www.stemnet.nf.ca/CITE/themes.html This is another site with many resources for many themes http://www.coollessons.org/ Unbelievable source of thematic units, lesson plans and webquests SCORE Cyberguides are wonderful ideas for extending and/or enriching your literature books at each grade level. They are aligned with outcomes and easy to follow-updated constantly. INFOhio's state-funded resources free to all Ohio's K-12 students and teachers
SchoolWorld: History africanAmerican History/Culture Site resources devoted to web sites in four maincategories general resources, History to explorers of the West Home Page An http://www.schoolworld.asn.au/resource/history.html
VoS - Voice Of The Shuttle Collection of links for specific authors, as well as general resources.Category Arts Literature World Literature Canadian Directories resources for Things Fall Apart (U. Penn of Oral Literature on Modern african Literature (1994 century Australian novels, poems, plays, explorers' journals; SGML http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2748
Resources For Study And Research - Area Studies general Studies. AfricaBib.org Two african studies databases Africa Women's Bibliographic plusfull text of Women Travelers, explorers and Missionaries to http://gaelnet.stmarys-ca.edu/study/govt/area.html
Extractions: Library Area Studies - This includes Albert, the Library's catalog, and Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe . Remember, also, to look at other choices, such as Infotrac Expanded Academic ASAP , to find other governmental, and business resources. General Studies Baltic States Latin America Africa ... Europe AfricaBib.org - Two African studies databases: Africa Women's Bibliographic Database and Africana Periodical Literature Bibliographic Database plus full text of Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa, 1763-1999: a Comprehensive English Language Bibliography . Use this with Africa Online (below) for a well rounded view of Africa from past to present. Africa Focus: Sights and Sounds of a Continent - A collection of digitized visual images and sounds of Africa from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's African Studies Program. Africa Online - Country information and background for all countries of Africa.
Resources For Study And Research - African History plus full text of Women Travelers, explorers and Missionaries to Internet AfricanHistory Sourcebook Debates on issues in Organized into a general timeline. http://gaelnet.stmarys-ca.edu/study/history/african.html
Extractions: Library African History AfricaBib.org - Two African studies databases: Africa Women's Bibliographic Database and Africana Periodical Literature Bibliographic Database plus full text of Women Travelers, Explorers and Missionaries to Africa, 1763-1999: a Comprehensive English Language Bibliography Africa Historical Text Archive - A variety of links including the Chief George Manual Memorial Library , full text of narratives and journals, and closer study of certain African countries and areas such as Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Western Sahara. African Studies WWW - From the University of Pennsylvania, a variety of links that can connect to resources related to history, as well as other subjects, such as anthropology, religion and human rights. Searchable. Africaresource.com - Offers a more contemporary look at modern Africa. Includes oral history (under Voices ), data resources, bibliographies, and much more. Many links point to e-journals. Africa South of the Sahara - Many subject headings relating to the history of Africa! Pages of annotations. From Stanford University libraries. Internet African History Sourcebook - Debates on issues in history using articles, megasites, and other Web links. Organized into a general timeline.
Carrboro Elementary School in the Wild (Good for african species Little explorers Picture Dictionary SpanishEnglishDictionary. Media Center Home Page general resources Student Sites http://www.chccs.k12.nc.us/carrboro/media/student_resources.html
African Studies Resources Guide Catalog Access series title with general reel guide in Series Two Imperial adventurersand explorers. Encyclopedia of african and africanAmerican Religions. http://libadm87.rice.edu/ref/africanstudies.cfm
Extractions: Text Collections Microform Sets Newspapers Reference Works ... Websites (Website under construction) African Studies Resources This is a selection of specialized resources relating to sub-Saharan Africa. Resources pertaining to slavery in the Americas and the Trans-Atlantic slave trade are listed in the separate guide to African-American Studies Resources . Resources pertaining to northern Africa are included in the guide to Middle Eastern Studies Resources. online Religion Index - ATLA Full Text Source List The ATLA Religion Database is a comprehensive database designed to support religious and theological scholarship in graduate education and faculty research. The file contains citations from international titles and 13,000 multi-author works in and related to the field of religion. It also includes a full range of index citations to journal articles, essays in multi-author works, book reviews, and Doctor of Ministry projects from ATLA's print indexes: Religion Index One (RIO), Religion Index Two (RIT), and Index to Book Reviews in Religion (IBRR). (1949-)
NSTW General Resources/ORGANIZATIONS Science; Tracing the Path african American Contributions suggestions, informationand various resources about both features a Young explorers section, ideal http://www.nsf.gov/od/lpa/nstw/teach/nstw98/english/res1.htm
Extractions: AAAS's mission is to improve science education for all students at all levels and focuses on increased participation of minorities, women, and people with disabilities. Project 2061 outlined science literacy goals for high school graduates, and specific learning goals for grades 2, 5, 8, and 12 are detailed in AAAS's Benchmarks for Science Literacy The AAS Office supports roughly 6500 professional astronomers at colleges, universities, governmental/business laboratories, observatories, museums, and other sites. Twice yearly at AAS meetings we run workshops for K-12 teachers. We also produce and distribute a career-guidance booklet. AAS Office of the Education Coordinator University of Chicago 5640 S. Ellis Ave.
West African Studies african women's literature and women explorers of and about the ASA and africanStudies in general. of Wisconsin, Madison Information on african Studies. http://www.is.bham.ac.uk/resources/WAS/info_www.htm
Social Science Web Resources general. african Americans. general About.com Guide to Geography Akhet Internet (Egypt EDSITEment Educated Guess European explorers explorers Exploring Ancient http://curriculum.risd41.org/internet/socialscience.html
Reference-resources history, Ancient history, World History, general resources . africanAmerican (78),Artists (72), Astronauts Rights Leaders (155), explorers (205), Inventors http://www.enc.k12.il.us/theportal/refresources.htm
Extractions: Dictionary-Thesaurus Encyclopedia Biography ... back to Portal Dictionary-Thesaurus Merriam Webster Online Elem-HS Useable Dictionary Thesaurus Your Dictionary.com Elem-HS Useable Dictionary Thesaurus The American Heritage Dictionary- Bartylby.com Elem-HS Dictionary, thesaurus, quotes, usage, style, history, anatomy, fact-book etc. Dictionary has definitions for 350,000 words Xrefer.com Elem-HS Dictionary Encyclopedia, English Lit, Health, Thesaurus, usage, history, music philosophy, place names, health science, etc.: ".... All cross-referenced, all in one place."
We Shaped The West Research Resources Contents. african Americans. Cattlemen, Cowboys, Outlaws. explorers. general Links.Gold Rush. Trails West. Transportation/Communication. Women. general Links. http://diglib.lsu.edu/tahil/west/resources.htm
General Resources general History resources American British History wow History Global Statistics- Home african Studies WWW Supreme Court Links Little explorers The Online http://members.aol.com/TeacherNet/Resources.html
Extractions: General Resource Links The key to getting the information you need, is being able to find it! I am listing the best resources that I have found! I will start with the Resource and Reference URLs that can help you find what you need FAST How to do Research using the Navigation Aids: 1. By clicking on the Hotlinks, you will be taken directly to the exact location where the Topic is located on the page. 2. When you click on a site located under a topic, another browser window will open automatically for you on top of this page. With your mouse, pull that window down below the Topic you are researching. Every time you now click on a site, the material will appear in this window. This will allow you to quickly and easily read the material and go through each site listed without losing this page. Remember to cite the "web sites and their authors" given below for your information "sources" in your paper or presentation for citations/bibliographic purposes. Hotlinks: Table of Contents: General History Resources General References Government Sites Legal Sites ... Search Engines that get Results!
Extractions: In Manuscripts and Archives Collections of papers of artists, graphic designers, and photographers include those of: Josef Albers, Amos Doolittle, Fritz Eichenberg, Frederic R. Gruger, William Fowler Hopson, Deane Keller, John La Farge, Herbert Matter, Samuel F. B. Morse, Laurence Salzmann, Theodore Sizer, Louis Comfort Tiffany, John Ferguson Weir, Irene Weir, Thomas Wilfred, and Emanuel Zeid. Collections of papers of architects and urban designers include: Henry Austin, H. Page Cross, William Adams Delano, Michael Hare, James Hillhouse, Norman Isham, Louis Kahn, Henry Killam Murphy, Grenville Rickard, James Gamble Rogers, Maurice Rotival, Eero Saarinen, Ithiel Town, John Trumbull, and Christopher Tunnard. Collections of papers of Yale art, architecture, and drama professors, curators, and historians include: Josef Albers, George P. Baker, Serge Chermayeff, Edward C. Cole, Sumner McKnight Crosby, D. Cady Eaton, Walter Prichard Eaton, John Gassner, Louis Kahn, Deane Keller, William S. Kendall, George Kubler, Stanley R. McCandless, Frank A. McMullan, Carroll L. V. Meeks, Donald Oenslager, Paul M. Rudolph, Theodore Sizer, Shepherd Stevens, Christopher Tunnard, Howard Sayre Weaver, and John Ferguson Weir. Collections of papers of non-Yale collectors, critics and historians