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Salem Academy provides easy access to online library resources that students and parents across the U.S. may access.

Expand to view links to Dewey subjects from 000-999 including reference books, science, sports, music, language:

Generalities-000
  • Information Please Almanac: Interactive On-Line Almanac
  • The Old Farmer’s Almanac: An On-Line version of the original Farmer’s Almanac
  • Library of Congress: The Library of Congress homepage
  • Internet Public Library: Information at this sight includes reference, youth, teen and MOO (Multi-user Object Oriented) for discussion possibilities.
  • My Virtual Reference Desk: MVRD is designed to be a one-stop reference of all things Internet
  • USA Today: Electronic Newspaper
  • Washington Post: Electronic Newspaper
  • Time Warner’s Pathfinder: Online news media information site.
  • U.S. Postal Service: Zip code look up and address information
  • AnyWho: Use AnyWho to find: phone numbers, addresses, maps & directions for Business and People in the U.S.
  • Philosophy and Psychology-100
  • Metaphysics By Default: Essays about metaphysical philosophers
  • Encyclopedia of Psychology: The Encyclopedia of Psychology is intended to facilitate browsing in any area of psychology
  • Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Resources for philosophy arranged alphabetically by subject.
  • Religion-200
  • Myths and Legends: Well maintained comprehensive site representing global myths and legends.
  • Computer-Assisted Theology on the Internet: A page of links to general resource guides on Theology and Religion.
  • The Encyclopedia of Mythica: A searchable database that contains essays on Mythology, Folklore, Mysticism and more.
  • Social Sciences-300
  • Congress.Gov: Maintained site of congressional bills
  • Project Vote Smart: The most trusted source for poilitcal information.
  • Petersons Guide: The On-line version of directory of colleges and universities.
  • Holidays on the Net: Choose a holiday and go!
  • U.S. Census Bureau: The official web sight of United States statistics.
  • CIA World Fact Book: The 2001 CIA World Fact Book containing information about most countries of the world.
  • Welcome to the White House: Visit the virtual White House library or go to the briefing room.
  • Nebraska On-line: The Official Web Site for the state of Nebraska.
  • Language-400
  • TravLang:Travel and Language Services: TravLang’s searchable database includes 120,000 entries. Boolean search available for many foreign languages .
  • Der Spiegle: German periodical on line.
  • Le Monde: French current events periodical on line.
  • Cambridge Dictionaries Online: Information for language researchers.
  • Natural Science/Mathematics-500
  • The MacTutor History of Mathematics Archive: Comprehensive Mathamatical archive.
  • Math Forum: Mathematical concepts explained.
  • NASA: Home page of National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
  • Nine Planets: A multimedia tour of the nine planets.
  • Periodic Table: The Periodic Table of Elements on the world-wide web.
  • UM Weather: Weather conditions and forecasts.
  • Envirolink Library: An environment/ecology on-line link.
  • Electronic Zoo (NetVet): Animal Resources on-line.
  • Rainforest Action Network Home Page: Beautiful page with plenty of resources for Earth Day!
  • Frank Potter’s Science Gems: a comprehensive listing of educational links k-12 for science.
  • Discovery Channel On-line: index to original stories, multimedia catalog school and navigational tools.
  • Technology-600
  • Center for Disease Control and Prevention: The nation’s prevention agency; government agency in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Health Hotlist: A non-searchable collection of links related to various health topics.
  • Merck Manual: The Merch Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy.
  • NetWellness: Better Health through information - award winning site.
  • Martindales’ Health Science Guide - 1996: A Multimedia Specialized Information Resource currently containing over 22,400 teaching files, over 31,500 Medical Cases, 357 Courses/Textbooks, over 25,000 Graphic displays and over 7,400 (MPEG’s) Movies.
  • Arts-700
  • Art History Resources on the Web: Well maintained, comprehensive on-line art references.
  • Smithsonian Institute Home Page
  • Internet Movie Database: A directory of information on current movies, videos and DVD.
  • SportsLine USA: Leisure information on current sports happenings.
  • The National Park Service Park Net: United States Park Service Department of the Interior World Wide Web server.
  • Literature-800
  • Project Bartleby: Columbia University on-line archives of authors and their works.
  • Literary Resources on the Net: This site contains a searchable database for many opportunities with Literature on the Net.
  • Yahoo’s Art: Humanities:Literature: Everything Literature on the Net.
  • Geography-900
  • Color Landform Atlas of the United States: On-line Geographical survey.
  • History Channel: Archives of relevant history topics.
  • History Net: Everything history.
  • Today in History: Simple ‘thought for the day’ information.
  • Valley of the Shadow: American History/Civil War.
  • 50 States of the United States: Links to all 50 states.
  • Profiles of Cities: Links to many great places.
  • Lonely Planet Destinations: Travel tips for countries all over the world from Lonely Planet, a popular publisher of no-nonsense budget travel guides.
  • Virtual Tourist: Connections to tourist guides for a number of locations.
  • Collective Biography-920
  • Biography: Nice searchable site for biographical information.

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