Media Center

 Gateway to Educational Materials

A catalog of quality Internet-based educational materials sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Education

The Literacy Web

The Literacy Web is designed to promote the
use of the Internet as tool to assist classroom
teachers in their search for best practices in
literacy instruction, including the new literacies
of Internet technologies.

The Learning Page

Lesson plans, ideas, activities for Social Studies
and English from the Library of Congress
using the American Memory Collection.

Discovery School

A site for teachers, students, and parents, featuring activities, worksheets, puzzles, quizzes, lesson plans, interactive learning adventures, Web tools, and much more!

AT&T Knowledge Network Explorer (Blue Web)

An online library of 1800+ outstanding Internet sites, categorized by subject, grade level, and format (lessons, activates, projects, resources, references, and tools).


Resources and strategies for linking the net to learning resources.  Includes online resources dealing with plagiarism and how to identify and stop it.

Learning Network (Grades 3-12)

New York Times daily news, quizzes, and daily lesson plans.

The Library of Congress

Lesson plans by theme, topic, discipline, or era.

Features current events, math and science movies, quizzes and tests, lesson plans, research and reference tools, news and current events, and much more. 

Internet Public Library

University of Michigan approved library on the web; includes a large subject and reference collection for all ages.

Education Index

An annotated guide to the best education related sites on the web.

PBS Teacher Source

Find lessons and activities which coordinate with current PBS television offerings.

A&E Classroom

Includes a variety of teaching materials relating to A&E programming, and offers an extended TV program guide.

Information and teaching guides pertaining to historical events.

News Hour Extra

Want to build your students critical thinking skills? Are you searching for ways to make your subject matter more interesting? News Extra is here to help you.


Headline Spot

Find sources for 56 U.S. metropolitan areas, 50 states, 59 countries 27 industries and dozens of subjects from ants and automobiles to technology and travel.


The New York Times Student Learning Network

Features in depth study of world events, a daily lesson plan to correspond with news of the day, daily current events, quizzes and theme-based crossword puzzles

Everything for education K-12.  Covers all aspects of the curriculum.



New ideas on curriculum instruction and assessment.