Classroom Projects
ePals offers an online classroom community. Join- the online community and access collaborative technology, Connect- based on age, grade, geography, etc. Collaborate- tools and resources with others in the program. Must sign in.

The Jason Project
"The JASON Project offers students and teachers in grades 4 through 9 a comprehensive, multimedia approach to enhance teaching a and learning in science, technology, math, geography, and associated disciplines. The project delivers its educational content through a print curriculum, videos, fully interactive Internet programming, and live satellite "telepresence"broadcasts."

NASA Quest
NASA Quest is dedicated to bringing "NASA people, space and science to (K-12) classrooms through the Internet."

New York Times Learning Network
Provides news summaries, word of the day, lesson plans, issues in depth, crossword puzzles and other resources.
Get daily postcards sent directly to your e-mailbox for free from Harvey the RV, as he travels America. Items include beautiful photos, special postage stamps, fun facts, travel tips and much more.
This site has lesson plans in reading and language arts and the website is administered jointly by the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English. has free downloadable science experiments taken from their books.


For more information, contact:
Martha Eberhart, Reference Librarian
Phone: 218-726-8733
Fax: 218-726-7481
416 Library Drive
Duluth, MN 55812

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