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[column col=”1/4″] Nad_logo Adventist Secondary Curriculum Standards[/column][column col=”1/4″]brain pop_logoBrain Pop [/column][column col=”1/4″]open library logoOpen Library Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The World’s classic literature at your fingertips. Over 1,000,000 free eBook titles available.[/column]     [column col=”1/4″]regents prepRegents Exam Prep Center[/column]

 

[column col=”1/4″]britannica logoEncyclopedia Britannica Online School edition Please contact the school office to obtain the username and password for the resource.  [/column][column col=”1/4″]Merriam-WebsterVisual Dictionary – A dictionary to use when you know what something looks like but not what it’s called, or when you know the word but can’t picture the object. Match the word to the image. [/column][column col=”1/4″]  TestPast Regents Examinations and answers for all subjects. Also past New York State Math, ELA and Science examinations[/column][column col=”1/4″]Citation+Machine+-+1+x+1+copyCitation Machine – Helps users format their paper’s list of cited works, and also shows how to cite sources in the text of the paper[/column]

 

[column col=”1/4″]bible gatewayBible Gateway – Search for keywords, phrases, passages and topics in 20 English versions of the Bible. Many other languages are also available, including Spanish and French. Many Scriptures are available in audio form. In addition, this site provides access to two Bible commentaries and three dictionaries.[/column][column col=”1/4″]nasaLogo-570x450Earth Observatory. Current information about climate and the environment from NASA.[/column][column col=”1/4″]eol_logo_globeEncyclopedia of Life. A project to create an online reference source and database for every one of the 1.8 million species that are named and known on this planet.[/column][column col=”1/4″]POST_science-news-logoScience News. Award-winning news magazine covers important and emerging research in all fields of science. It publishes concise, accurate, timely articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists.[/column]

 

[column col=”1/4″]project-gutenberg Project Gutenberg   The first and one of the largest collections of free electronic books with over 50,000 titles available for free.[/column][column col=”1/4″]literatureThe Online Literature Library   Full and unabridged texts of classic works of English literature. Fiction from authors like Lewis Carroll, the Bronte sisters, Jack London, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens and many others, and classic scientific works from Charles Darwin and Rene Descartes.[/column][column col=”1/4″]regents review liveRegents Review Live! This service provides resources to helps students prepare for the New York Regents Examinations. It includes links to previous exams, slides shows and streaming video files. Videos require Windows Media Player. Each video is captioned for the hearing impaired.[/column][column col=”1/4″]vital-header2010Vital New York  This digital library includes over 1,000 resources that have been aligned to the New York State Regents curriculum in Global History and Geography, US History, Living Environment, Earth Science, Physics, and Chemistry. It requires a very short online self-registration. No special passcodes are necessary.[/column]

 

[column col=”1/4″]wide angleWide Angle: Window into Global History  This service supports the teaching and learning of Regents Global and World History. It offers searchable media-rich lesson plans with downloadable video segments, background essays and maps, flexible viewing options, and a variety of media formats.[/column][column col=”1/4″]new york timesFor unlimited access to articles please contact the main office.[/column][column col=”1/4″]wsjWall Street Journal online coverage of breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world.[/column][column col=”1/4″]science daily Science Daily Online resource for the latest in research news.[/column]