- Your Dictionary
- National Archives for Educators and Students
- NY Times Learning Network
- Study Guide Zone
- Creative Commons
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Reading/Language Arts/English Sites
- Read Write Think
- Internet Public Library
- International Children's Digital Library
- University of Virginia eBook Library
- American Memory Collection
- History Channel
- National Geographic Xpeditions
- 50 States
- World CIA Factbook
- National Archives: Research Our Records
Sites for Primary Sources: United States History
- Claremont College Documents and Principles of American Founding
- American Memory Collection-Library of Congress
- National Archives and Record Administration
- National Humanities Center
- Our Documents 100 milestone documents of American History
- University of Oklahoma Law Center Chronology of U.S. Historical Documents
Interactive Museums and Exhibits
- Around the Globe - a division of PBS Learning Media featuring six countries (Jordan, Japan, United Kingdom, Cambodia, China, and France) with fact sheets, videos, blogs, and news stories.
- If It Were My Home - a site that allows you to compare the living conditions in your own country to another country.
- International Children's Digital Library - a site that makes the best in children's literature available online for free.
- NewsMap - a website that shows various news headlines from around the world.
- PBS Learning Media - a website with classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted digital resources.
- RefDesk.com - a website that contains links to many newspapers and articles from around the world.
- This Day in History from the History Channel - a site that allows you to follow events in History with the current calendar day.
- World Clock - see the current time around the world.