Macmaps.com Education, books, and book publisher internet index
Welcome to Macmaps.com index of Education sites on the net
Links last checked: February 17, 2013
* Note: entries below where no link is present are links where
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3.1 Air & Space Magazine Home Page - The magazine of the Air and Space Museum, Washington DC.
3.2 Akralingua - a school to learn Spanish in Spain
3.3 Alibris.com - an online bookstore of used and hard to find books
3.4 Amazon books - An Online bookstore with much more than just books.
3.5 The Answerbank - find answers to many interesting questions in multiple fields
3.6 "Asimov's Laws of Robotics/ Implications for Information Technology" - an interesting paper on the science fiction author's lasting legacy of his short stories, "The Three Laws of Robotics"
3.8 Awerty Notes - summaries of works numerous works of literature
3.9 Borders Books. One of the largest bookstore chains
3.20 Detroit Freepress - a Detroit Newspaper online.
3.21 Dictionary.com - multiple dictionary resources on the web (now on Reference.com)
3.22 Discovery Channel Online - a cable TV educational network.
3.23 The Electric Library - a research utility from Infomatics (now on Highbeam.com)
3.24 Encyclopedia.com - alphabetical and searchable index of articles from the Columbia Encyclopedia
3.25"ESL Study Abroad is specialised in the organization of language travel programmes abroad, for teenagers, students and adults. The programmes we provide are language courses (standard, intensive or internationally-recognised certificate preparation course), internships, paid jobs or voluntary working experiences in a foreign country. We only work with accredited and well-known schools, selected by ourselves."
3.27 Project Gutenberg Master Index. An index of literary works available on the internet.
3.28History Channel Online - learn about important historical events, and discuss with other internet users these events and others through the cable tv company's website.
3.29 Houston, University of. Texas Center for Superconductivity - research into materials that exhibit no electrical resistance.
3.30 How Stuff Works - A multidisciplainary learning site for learning about the modern world, with topics covering "Computer Stuff, AutoStuff, Electronics Stuff, Science Stuff, Home Stuff, Entertainment Stuff, Health Stuff, Money Stuff, Travel Stuff, People Stuff"
3.31 Ibiblio.org - online books, music scores, and other educational resources
3.32 Nimble Books (Formerly Internet Book Information Center, Zimmerman blog, and previously under North Carolina WWW Virtual Library of Literature)
3.33 Infoplease - online dictionary, almanac, encyclopedia and atlas
3.71 World Book Encyclopedia Online - includes 30 day free trial and subscription based service of browsing the entire print edition online
3.72 WordIQ - Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, and eBooks search engine
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