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Biography.com - Features a searchable biographical database of 25,000 famous names
Biographical Dictionary - Contains information on 19,000 notable people from ancient times to the present day; the dictionary is searchable by names, keywords, and date.
Bartleby - Provides unlimited access to books and information on the Web, including 17,000 up-to-date biographical entries
Distinguished Women Past & Present - Includes biographies of women who contributed to our culture, such as writers, educators, scientists, heads of state, politicians, civil rights crusaders, artists, entertainers, and others
Songfacts.com - Song lyrics, song writer/musician interviews, facts and more
NGSS Next Generation Science Standards
Scientific Learning Webinars - free webinars related to learning, learning styles, and the brain.
National High School Journal of Science
BEST SCIENCE CHANNELS of Youtube:
MinutePhysics: most popular educational channel on YouTube, second only to Khan Academy.
Robert Krampf: 1-man science academy on radioactivity, the science of credit cards, making butter, and many more interesting and entertaining topics.
Bright Storm: hundreds of video lessons in biology, chemistry, physics, math, English, test prep...simple for students who need refreshers on a science topic.
Symphony of Science: videos combine rhythm with science for enhanced learning. Check out Carl Sagan singing We Are All Connected or Morgan Freeman crooning over quantum physics (which, by the way, has over 4 million views).
Bad Astronomy: devoted to debunking myths and misconceptions about astronomy. H
New Scientist: videos and podcasts covering science, technology, space, the environment, and more.
ReelNASA: videos showing the latest happenings at NASA and the newest developments in space exploration.
Richard Dawkins: the Oxford evolutionary biologist and others
ScienCentral: science and technology on medical, environmental, and technological issues that affect daily life.
UCSF Memory & Aging Channel: videos about the various forms of neurodegenerative diseases.
The Real Bill Nye the Science Guy: quality videos on a wide range of scientific principles.
NASA Television: NASA researchers, developers, staff, astronauts and equipment.
Utah Museum of Natural History: dinosaurs, rocks, and other fascinating facets of natural history.
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture: University of Washington curates collections of natural history and cultural heritage
Animal Planet: animal kingdom with rich, engaging, high-quality entertainment, information, and enrichment.
Science Channel: outer space, new technology, earth science basics, and more.
Steve Spangler Science: quick and easy refresher on the basic principles at play.
Carl Sagan’s COSMOS: physics and astronomy classes, these classic videos of the beloved Carl Sagan engage and educate.
Garland Science: outstanding videos and animations pertaining to cellular and molecular biology.
Nat Geo Wild: animals, their behavior, and their relationships with the surrounding ecosystems.
The Periodic Table of Videos: University of Nottingham videos about each element on the periodic table
British Geological Survey: geology and earth sciences teachers. The British Geological Survey (BGS)
Wildlife Conservation Society: conservation and environmentalism.
California Academy of Sciences: massive museum featuring exhibits on natural history, astronomy, and marine sciences.
National Audubon Society: videos on migration, markings, habitat protection, and more.
Sixty Symbols: University of Nottingham demystifies the common symbols used in astronomy and physics, covering momentum, relativity, quantum mechanics, magnets, currents+more.
Climate Conference: UN’s channel dedicated to discussing global warming and other environmental issues. Great resource for debate material and current research.