Science Fair Resource Page
links to help you from project start to finish
The Why Files
Why are you hungry? Why is the ocean growing more acidic?
From the Washburn Observatory
Your guide to physics on the web
Periodic Table of
Click on an element to find out more info
Regents Exam Prep Center
Pick your subject and review
Convert it! @
Includes measurements and currency
Links to literature published electronically
Simply type in the novel, play, short story or author's name -
Literary Criticism (straight from reference books),
and work overviews, primary documents,
book reviews, and additional sites.
from Virtual Salt
from the University of Oaklahoma Law School
Electronic versions of historical documents in chronilogical
from Colonial times to the present
Controversies in American History
Includes the case for and against different issues, including
documents, articles and essays.
Also includes bibliography (books the database used to compile
information), suggested websites
the United States
You can browse real books online! The content is the
They are just digitally entered and placed online. Search
in the search
boxes for your topic.
Scroll to the bottom of the entry for the citation.
that are in the public domain.
Mostly information about characters featured in myths
contains copies of myths
Theoi Greek Mythology - information about characters,
some full myths
Ebooks about Greek
Encyclopedia of Religion in the GALE
Who's Who in Classical Mythology & Brewer's Dictionary
Phrase and Fable, available in CREDO
Scientists, Inventors and Explorers
This site offers links to biographic information about
scientists. You can look at information on Natural and
scientists by the subject they study. Different links
for each area of science, including time lines and scientist's
biographies. This site should be used for historical
regarding specific sciences.
The Great Idea
Finder History Page
Select Invention Facts and Myths
for your invention! This site also includes
timelines, and innovation articles.
Great Idea Finder site was created by
the Vaunt Design Group to promote the progress of
science and useful
arts by providing a showcase for innovation.
History of Inventions at About.com
A list of famous inventions from A-Z. Most entries have
substantial information regarding key moments in the
and information about the inventor.
Famous Inventors - The History of Famous Inventors at
A list of famous inventors from A-Z. Some entries have
about the inventor taken from primary sources, such as
letters. Entries also contain links for other related
example, the history of the windshield wipers may have links
inventions of automobiles).
Includes the Inventor of the week, the inventor's handbook and
& resources guide.
Archive of the history of hundreds of inventions.
Son of Citation
Select the style of Citation you need (in high school, you
use MLA style), then select the type of source you need cited
website, article) and fill in the particulars.
Commercial site where creating an MLA citation is free. APA
have to be paid for.
Get an Article
From Home - you need to type in
barcode, located on your library card.
Type your subject in the search box. You may want to click
TEXT" box in order to only search for articles
are available exactly as they appeared in the magazine
If you need "scholarly" journal articles, you should
box to mark "peer-reviewed".
- Through the Credo Reference
- type the name of the person you need information
about in the search box.
Includes biographical essays from different reference
books, such as
Who's Who, Newsmakers and World Biography.
Vocabulary Help (for every word you correctly define, the site
20 grains of rice to starving people).
Library - Click on College Preparation, then
on SATS. Take timed practice tests.
AP Test Prep
Type the subject and AP in the search box at the top left
then take a timed practice test.