Student and Teachers

  • Children’s Literature Web Guide – A good source of information about books related to children and young adults. Features discussion forums and review of resources.
  • Scholastic Teachers – A good source for tools and information to help teachers. Site is divided into different grade levels for different teachers.
  • AskERIC Home Page – AskERIC is a personalized Internet-based service from the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) that provides education information to teachers, librarians, counselors, administrators, parents, and anyone interested in education throughout the United States and the world. It began in 1992 as a project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology and is now, with the ERIC Clearinghouse, a component of the Information Institute of Syracuse at Syracuse University. Today, AskERIC encompasses the resources of the entire ERIC system and beyond, using the subject expertise of the 16 ERIC Clearinghouses to respond to your education requests.
  • Columbia Guide to Online Style – The Columbia Guide to Online Style by Janice R. Walker and Todd Taylor (Columbia UP, 1998) presents a guide to locating, translating, and using the elements of citation for both a humanities style (i.e., MLA and Chicago) and a scientific style (APA and CBE) for electronically-accessed sources. The unique element approach used makes this a useful reference book for citing electronic sources regardless of the specific bibliographic style you may be required to use.
  • Gamequarium – Gamequarium is a portal to online, educational, interactive games and learning activities. The purpose of Gamequarium is to provide a doorway to the internet for teachers, parents, and students who are seeking interactive, instructional online resources.

All links verified 04/14/16.