Creating Materials from the Internet
Official and Original Project Gutenberg Web Site and HomePage.
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Wizard of OZ(complete e-text on this disk)
Digital Gutenberg Bible The British Library has two complete copies of the Gutenberg Bible and a small but important fragment of a third copy. One copy, printed on paper, was transferred in 1829 to the British Library with the library of King George III (1738-1820). The other copy, printed on vellum, was bequeathed by Thomas Grenville (1755-1846). In March 2000, ten researchers and technical experts from Keio University in Tokyo and from NTT spent two weeks in The British Library creating digital images of the two Bibles and the other related items. The British Library is grateful for the support received from its Japanese partners.
English Literature Sites:
BUBL Information Service
American Literature Anthology Writers' Index
American Literature on the Web (located in Japan)
Library of Congress
Department of Energy: Computer Incident Advisory Capability
Symantec Antivirus Research Center
McAfee Online Security Service
Search the Internet:
Internet Content for the Classroom
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Teaching Web-based Research Skills:
The Virtual Chase offers a new instructional Web on teaching Web-based research skills. Designed for
Internet trainers, educators, or librarians, the teaching Web provides resources and activities for a full-day
workshop on teaching patrons, children, and just about anyone, how to conduct research on the Web.
Visit the home page to learn how to use this free resource in your non-profit classes.
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Seek n Find
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