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Thieme Hennis

List of Free Science Books | Physics Database - 16 views

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    Really awesome - nearly 150 free science books!
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    "Here's an alphabetical list of all available free books. Note that many of the links will bring you to an external page, usually with more info about the book and the download links. Also, the links are updated as frequently as possible, however some of them might be broken. Broken links are constantly being fixed. In case you want to report a broken link, or a link that violates copyrights, use the contact form. "
Mary Walker Hope

The Why Files | The Science Behind the News - 4 views

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    Learn about the science behind current events.  News stories that have ties to science are explained in an easy to read format.
Marc Schreiber

The Periodic Table of Videos - University of Nottingham - 167 views

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    A website containing links to videos associated with specific elements of the periodic table... and the links are arranged as found on the table itself! The links jump to various YouTube videos that are embedded in the site. There are a number of other video resources found on the site, so be sure to explore as much as you can.
Deven Black

Encyclopedia of Life - 90 views

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    A page for each known species
Beth Panitz

Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception - 56 views

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    Exploratorium - Great Hands-on activities with instructions presented by video
Jay Swan

ActionBioscience - 52 views

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    A great resource for articles on biodiversity, environment, genomics, biotechnology, evolution and what is coming in the future of biological sciences. Also includes educator materials. Also available in Spanish.
Michele Brown

HowStuffWorks - Learn How Everything Works! - 30 views

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    Cool site that provides information on everything from "how dogs perceive time" to Quantum Mechanics.
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    Take the site with a grain of salt. It's not very critical of what you might term "pseudo-science" e.g. homeopathy.
Bob Rowan

BetterLesson.org - 91 views

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    From Sean S: "I would describe it as the "facebook of lesson plans." It allows you to upload, organize and share your curriculum."
eva harvell

Earth Science - 2 views

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    The investigations and visualizations on this site were designed to accompany Earth Science, a high school textbook authored by Spaulding and Namowitz and published by McDougal Littell. The Web site was developed by TERC, a non-profit educational research and development firm in collaboration with McDougal Littell. Funding was provided by the National Science Foundation.
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