- ELA Library - http://www.eapl.org
- Vernon Library - http://www.vapld.info
- WorldCat - http://www.worldcat.org/
The world's largest library catalog.
- Indian Trails Public Library District - http://www.indiantrailslibrary.org/
Serving a large percentage of Twin Groves students, the Indian Trails library has a large number of services available at the library and on the web. You can access their online databases from the library or from home if you have an Indian Trails library card.
- Library of Congress - http://lcweb.loc.gov/
The Library of Congress is using the World Wide Web (WWW) to present information about and materials from its collections over the Internet.
- Presidential Libraries - http://sunsite.unc.edu/lia/president/
The site, from a consortium of partners in UNC's SunSITE, serves as a storehouse of info and materials from the nation's official Presidential Libraries. It also covers the first ladies, special exhibits on the web and presidential commenorations. Great graphics.
- Chicago Art Institute - http://www.artic.edu/
Information on the Art Institute,programs and collections
- Directory of Hands-On Science Centers - http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~mwm/sci.html
Interactive science museums world-wide.
- Exploratorium - http://www.exploratorium.edu/
Exhibits from San Francisco's cool interactive science museum.
- Smithsonian - http://www.si.edu/
Resources, tours, events, and activities of the Smithsonian Museum.
- Art Museum - http://www.exploratorium.edu/
Virtual Art Museum - see and handle great art.
- The School Museum List and Site - http://fromnowon.org/museum/oldies%26goodies.html
This site is one to watch in the coming months. Maintained by Jamieson McKenzie and his "From Now On" organization, the site offers guidelines for searching through museum sites as well as a listing of links to school museums throughout the United States and the world. Spring of '97 promises a discussion forum for those interested in virtual museums.
- The Natural History Museum of England - http://espnet.sportszone.com/editors/ncf/Bowls95/schedule.html
England's Natural History Museum's WWW Server is a trip by itself, with its fine collection of both life- and earth-science exhibits, but it is also a starting point for a side jaunt to Hertfordshire to visit Charles Darwin's home. Also contains materials for educators and students.
- Shedd Aquarium - http://www.sheddaquarium.org/
This site not only offers information on the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, but also hundreds of pictures of aquatic life, resources for kids, families, and teachers, and animal info and fun facts. If you can't make it to Chicago to view the great exhibits, this is the next best thing.