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An award-winning site that teaches all about the United States system of government. (U.S. Government Printing Office)
An annotated set of recommended web sites from the Utah State Library. It covers general resources, American history, wars & conflicts, maps & photographs, and ancient & medieval resources.
A set of annotated links to some of the best online resources on green building. Links are in six categories: general, building materials, land use, indoor environment, energy, and site & water. Buildinggreen.com's focus is to provide accurate, unbiased, and timely information designed to help building-industry professionals and policy makers improve the environmental performance, and reduce the adverse impacts, of buildings.
Information on planning and paying for college. (College Board)
Search for over 30,000 biographies. (Infoplease)
In addition to general resources, specific sites are also recommended for biographical information about artists, authors, musicians, politicians, and scientists.
Free homework help sites gathered into one great place for children, teens, teachers, and parents.
A free website that allows you to track the books you read, take quizzes on them, and earn points for prizes! (Sylvan Learning Center)
FetchBook.Info, a new and used book search engine, searches one hundred and forty-five book stores and sixty thousand sellers in seconds, helping you find new and used books. Locate titles by author, title, keyword, ISBN or advanced search. FetchBook.Info allows easy result sorting by total cost including shipping, availability, discount, or store rating.
This article from Environmental Building News gives background information and discusses the challenges and choices involved in defining what is "green." The article explains and defines five categories of criteria for designating building products as green.