- Happy Women’s History Month, everyone!
- Matt Miller has lots of ideas for his fellow teachers to make your classes more fun, impactful & exciting!
- Another cool way to choose your next book!
- Do you know the subway system as well as THE CITY’s transit reporter? Prove it here and here!
- The Open Access Books Collection on loc.gov includes approximately 6,000 contemporary open access e-books covering a wide range of subjects, including history, music, poetry, technology, and works of fiction. All books in this collection were published under open access licenses, meaning the e-books are available to use and reuse according to the terms of the licenses. Users can access the e-books in the Open Access Books Collection by reading directly online in a browser or downloading the book as a PDF or EPUB file.
- Over 50 percent of Cambridge University Press research articles are now published open access (OA) and so freely available to read!
- Check out the Wonders of Street View for some cool armchair traveling!
- Wikipedia is a gold mine of interesting facts, and Sam Enright created The Cabinet of Wikipedian Curiosities to share what he found!
- I recently spoke to a research librarian at the World Bank, and she told me that they have an open access research portal perfect for students doing all kinds of research. Dig in!
- AI comes in many flavors, and Perplexity is one of them! It’s a powerful search engine/chat tool that answers questions in real time, so let your curiosity run wild!
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