The Study Web provides more than 73,000 pre-selected Web sites, with more than 30 categories ranging from "Animals and Pets" to "Writers and Writing."
Ask Jeeves is a Web Site where students can enter a question-for example "How do birds fly?"-and get links to web pages related to that topic.
About.Com--Many categories ranging from "Foreign Language" to "World History." Also, helpful tips such as "how to pick a report topic." Etc.
Homework SOS-- Hundreds of links to many different categories ranging from "Ancient Cultures" to "Arts and Music."
SchoolWork.org provides information in 26 different subject areas with large numbers of links for each one.
Study Web has more than 128,000 reviewed and researched Web addresses on almost any subject. It also has study aids such as encylopedias available.
The Internet Public Library has many reference sources available.
FindLaw Constitutional Law Center, an educational resource site dedicated to the United States Constitution and the U.S Supreme Court. Designed with students and the general public in mind, the FindLaw Constitutional Law Center features an easy-to-read guide that leads visitors through historical documents, biographies, and Supreme Court decisions. Users can browse through the Federalist Papers, read the Constitution, or research the lives of the Founding Fathers or past and present Supreme Court Justices.