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Free Electronic Books Online
Books have changed. Not the words but how books are shared. This simple reading program is going to help you make the most of electronic format classic books. You can share them through your website too. Many people are saying, "Electronic reading is hard." And they're mostly right.

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160 Free Textbooks: A Meta Collection Free textbooks (aka open textbooks) written by knowledgable scholars are a relatively new phenomenon. Below, find a meta list of 200 Free Textbooks, and check back often for new additions. Also see our online collection, 1200 Free Online Courses from Top Universities. Art History A Textbook of the History of Painting by John Charles Van Dyke, Rutgers Biology Art Shop Directory: Art Shopping Mister Art has over 40,000 art supply items in stock, at up to 75% off list price. AllPosters.com is the world's largest poster and print store, with over 60,000 items at low prices, including thousands of 8"x10" photos of your favorite entertainers. Their website features easy, fast navigation. AllPosters also carries over 1400 different T-Shirts

11 Hilarious Hoax Sites to Test Website Evaluation In this day and age, where anyone with access to the internet can create a website, it is critical that we as educators teach our students how to evaluate web content. There are some great resources available for educating students on this matter, such as Kathy Schrock’s Five W’s of Website Evaluation or the University of Southern Maine’s Checklist for Evaluating Websites. Along with checklists and articles, you will also find wonderfully funny hoax websites, aimed at testing readers on their ability to evaluate websites. These hoax sites are a great way to bring humor and hands-on evaluation into your classroom, and test your students’ web resource evaluation IQ! Check out these 11 example hoax sites for use in your own classrooms: Of all of these, my favorite is always the Dihydrogen Monoxide website, which aims to ban dihydrogen monoxide and talks in detail about its dangers.

Virgo Virgo contains both the catalog—with materials like books, print journals, DVDs, maps, and digitized materials— and online articles from our rich array of subscription journals. The sub-collections at right have custom searches for media- and discipline-specific materials. Virgo article search results do not reflect all Library holdings, and citations for print-only articles are not included. To find more article results, search within our specialized databases. Collections

The Online Books Page: Book Listings Our local index includes more than 2 million works in various formats that meet these criteria. (Over 50,000 are in our "curated collection", representing entries we've personally edited. The rest are in our "extended shelves", entries that are provided by other organizations and imported in bulk.) All of the books we list should be free at least for personal, noncommercial use. You can: See also Books in progress or requested. In the listings, you can start reading a book by clicking on or selecting its title (or on the phrase that describes where it is, if you're looking at a detailed book description, or at a listing that has multiple links). Browse: Material Type: Textbooks Advanced Algebra II provides three complementary resources for teachers and students that ... (more) Advanced Algebra II provides three complementary resources for teachers and students that combine to provide a friendly, easy-to-understand explanation of Algebra II concepts. The main text, "Activities and Homework", consists of a series of worksheets for both in-class group work as well as homework assignments.

Creative Commons Resources Classics for a High School Transcript: Fiction Posted in College Prep, High School, Public Domain, Reading on August 4, 2016 It is entirely possible to craft a high school literature course of study using free public domain ebooks. 10 Word Cloud Generators You Have Probably Never Tried A few days back, we looked at five great ways to incorporate word cloud generators into your classroom. There are obviously many more uses out there for them – but that is a discussion for another post. We’ve mentioned most of these before – in a post from way back when – so I won’t go into too much detail about each individual one, but we’ve added a few notable ones to the list.

140,000 Free eBooks: SEARCH OPTIONS (165,000+ eBooks, eTexts, On-Line Books, eDocuments) Why not just do a Google search instead of looking here? This is more direct, indexes collections specifically, and won't throw out red herrings. Memphis Univ School Library "...an astonishing number of electronic books...from an equally astonishing number of sources ... impressive. Very impressive..." The Teacher’s Guide To Open Educational Resources You’ve probably heard about Open Educational Resources and maybe even used some in your classroom. But the world of OERs is growing constantly, with more quality resources available every day. If you aren’t taking advantage of them yet, now is a great time to take a closer look.

unglue.it Browse Free Books Feedback Select Explore All these books are free to read: either they're distributed with a free license, or they're in the public domain. View As: With and Without You Malala: The girl who was shot for going to school Image copyright AFP One year ago schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen - her "crime", to have spoken up for the right of girls to be educated. The world reacted in horror, but after weeks in intensive care Malala survived. Her full story can now be told. She is the teenager who marked her 16th birthday with a live address from UN headquarters, is known around the world by her first name alone, and has been lauded by a former British prime minister as "an icon of courage and hope".

5 places to find educational eBooks Share Tweet Email A Master List of 800 Free Classic eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices Maybe you’re an eBooks holdout, a late adopter, a disdainer of the book as a branded “device”? I get it. Is there anything more ridiculous than putting down a book because its batteries have run out? No amount of crowing about the supremacy of tech will make me love the smell and feel of paper less… And yet… Within the charming heft of printed books reside their limitation.

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