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The Amistad Research Center
In addition to archiving African-American history and culture, the Amistad Research Center also holds information about many other minority groups. This page's links go to the Center's manuscript collection, several art collections, traveling history exhibits, and library.
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record
Collection of over 1,000 images related to 1) the experiences of Africans who were enslaved and transported to the Americas and 2) the lives of their descendants in the slave societies of the New World.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Includes brief news of the academic world, including the complete job listing of the Chronicle.
The Churches of Christ Welcome You
Provides directories, bulletin board, missions catalog, online bibles, internet ministries, online Christian newspapers and magazines, etc.
The Deep Photographic Guide to the Constellations
Digital photographs of constellations in both the northern and southern hemispheres.
The Hastings Center
Provides resources to address fundamental ethical issues in the areas of health, medicine, and the environment as they affect individuals, communities, and societies.
The Historical Text Archive
Archives historical texts from various countries and periods. Includes a large collection from the United States.
The Internet Public Library
An online version of the public library and its services.
The Irish World Wide
Online access to The Irish World Wide, a collection of essays whose intent was to map out the scope of Irish Diaspora Studies, explore the academic disciplines that might contribute, and map out gaps in our knowledge and possible further developments.
The Journalist's Toolbox
The Journalist's Toolbox features more than 20,000 Web resources helpful to the media and anyone else doing research.
The Labyrinth: Medieval Studies
Includes: 1) an electronic library, 2) online forums, 3) professional directories and news, 4) online bibliographies, 5) an online "university" of teachers and scholars available for electronic conferencing, and 6) an archive of pedagogical tools.
The Lectric Law Library
The Net's most extensive private-sector no-charge legal content provider with ALL sorts of material including a legal dictionary/encyclopedia, court rules, case transcripts, and information from the national judicial college.
The Math Forum
Electronic community focused on geometry and math education. It has links to resources such as the Coalition of Essential Schools, a Web-based lesson on vectors, a geometry listserv, and more. An excellent site for educators and students.
The Milton-L Home Page
Devoted to the life, times and literature of John Milton.
The Monster Board
Contains impeccable employment resources and intriguing art. Its roughly 45,000 job opportunities from over 700 corporations can be browsed manuallyor searched by keyword as you're entertained by an eclectic collection of bright and beguiling creatures. Several other impressive features, such as a resume database, employer profiles, an employment E-zine, and career fair updates, will take your mind off the unemployment line.
The National Coalition for the Homeless
A national advocacy network of homeless persons, activists, service providers, and others committed to ending homelessness.
The New York Times
An up-to-date presentation of today's news.
The Paperboy
An extensive listing of the world's premier online newspapers.
The Piano Page
A Web page for all the piano lovers on the Internet. Provides a starting point for information about piano.
The Socio Web: A Sociological Resource Center
An extensive list of links to sociological information.
The Sports Network
Provides sports network directory, live scoreboard, and live headlines.
Teachable Moment
Provides educators with teaching ideas to encourage critical thinking on issues of the day. The Web site is a project of the Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility.
Teacher's Guide to the U.S. Department of Education
An information guide about U.S. Department Of Education programs and resources.
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Directory of Degree & Certificate Programs
Lists university-level academic and training programs in English as a second language (ESL) and related fields in the United States and Canada.
Teachers-Teachers (Education's Premier Recruitment Service)
Free job search service for teachers and related service personnel to apply to school systems within Oklahoma and across the country.
Telephone Directories on the Web
Provides links to online telephone directories all over the world.
Tertullian Project
English translation of one of Tertullian’s most important works.
TESOL Association
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, Inc. (TESOL). TESOL's mission is to develop and maintain professional expertise in English language teaching and learning for speakers of other languages worldwide.
Test Prep Review
Free practice tests that will help you prepare for most standardized tests.
Text and Documents
Hanover College's History Web site. The principal goal of Texts and Documents is to make primary texts available to students and faculty for use in classes. The Hanover Historical Texts Project goal is to scan and make available texts that would be used in history and humanities courses.
Theatre History on the Web
Resource for theatre historians and students of the theatre's history.
Theological Research Exchange Network
A library of over 6,800 theological thesis/dissertation titles representing research from as many as 70 different institutions. Titles may be ordered online through our search and order system or by downloading a TREN Database. TREN also makes available conference papers presented at annual meetings of several academic societies.
Thermal Resources
A resource for all thermal conductivity information needs. It includes databases, brief histories of the first pioneers in the field, various specialized calculators, and thermal simulation software.
Thomas Campbell
Information about Thomas Campbell's life and writings.
Thomas Register Home Page
Instant sourcing and contact information on industrial products and services offered by 150,000 American and Canadian companies.
Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
Comprehensive list of links to all types of information concerning the U.S. Congress, including full text versions of House and Senate bills, searchable by keyword or bill number.
TIAA-CREF
Comprehensive menus of tools and information about TIAA-CREF, the retirement plan for OC staff and faculty.
Tree of Life
"Information about phylogeny and biodiversity ... a map to biological information."
TRID
A database that combines the records from the Transportation Research Information Services (TRIS) Database and the Joint Transport Research Centre's International Transport Research Documentation (ITRD) Database.
Turabian Citation Guide
Provided by Ohio State University Libraries.
Turabian Style Guide
A brief online guide to the style as it is described in Turabian.
Tyndale Seminary New Testament Reading Room
Provides access to New Testament commentaries, dictionaries and related resources.
Tyndale Seminary Old Testament Reading Room
Provides access to Old Testament commentaries, dictionaries and related resources.
The Unbound Bible
Choose from ten versions and many translations of the Bible to search.
The United Nations
The official Internet link to the United Nations - maintained by the UN's Department of Public Information.
The Valley of the Shadow
Provides access to letters, diaries, newspapers, speeches, and census records from 1859 to 1870 for two communities, one Northern (Franklin County, Pennsylvania) and one Southern (Augusta County, Virginia).
The Virtual Reference Desk
Links to selected government documents, information technology, dictionaries, thesauri, acronyms, phone books and area codes, maps and travel information, science data, calendars and time zones, ZIP, and International Country Codes, plus other reference sources. From Purdue University's library.
The Virtual Reference Shelf
Compiled by the Library of Congress, this site provides links to online reference resources that are categorized by topic and type of source.
The Wabash Center Internet Resources on Religion
A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion: syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, listserv discussion groups, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc. The purpose of the resources is to encourage and facilitate the incorporation of electronic resources into teaching.
The Weather Channel
The web version of the popular cable television channel. U.S. and International conditions and forecasts are listed as well as a good selection of weather trivia.
The Wesleys and Their Times
Extensive links about John and Charles Wesley from the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church.
The White House
This site provides access to all the government information and services that are available on the Internet.
The World Wide Study Bible
The World Wide Study Bible was conceived as a means of organizing all of the Bible-related resources on the Web according to scripture reference. The site invites user contributions.
The Writing Center at The University of Wisconsin-Madison - Documentation Styles
Introduction to documentation styles that provides overview and examples of APA, Turabian/Chicago, MLA etc. as well as guidelines and quoting, paraphrasing and plagiarism.



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