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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


March 9, 2002 - Issue 56


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Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Cool Links Penguin


  In this issue, we offer sites to help you take advantage of what libraries have to offer.


Library Tips for Kids
A collection of ten great things to do at the library. Compiled by the American Library Association as part of American Library Week. This site also includes links to other library resources and ideas.


Internet School Library Media Center
This site contains professional and student resources. It also provides librarian resources and links with online networks. Visually appealing with many links to library and academic information. This site is user-friendly, providing several links and extensive search features. There are lesson plans available along with curriculum resources. Student resources are easy to understand and are well thought out. It also has an electronic library and is updated regularly.


The Library of Congress
Web-based excerpts from the nation's largest library, with subject-based and thematic groupings which change from time to time. Not the simplest site to navigate, (it's improving), but the content is high-quality.


Noodle Tools
NoodleTools offers two research aids: a "fill in the blanks" search engine designed to help novice web users conduct complex searches, and an on-line tool to generate MLA style bibliography citations for a wide variety of sources. The bibliography tool is especially useful for its ability to spit out a technically correct citation for almost any situation.


Princeton University Reference Resources
A virtual reference desk from Princeton University Library staff. This is an easy access to online dictionaries, encyclopedias, data archives, government info, library resources, book/journal collections, measures and weights, currency converters etc. It is user friendly and updated regularly.


Students And Teachers Against Racism announces their new website that offers insight into the Native American perspective to teachers and educators.


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