• Artcyclopedia: Collection of 125,000 great works of art.
• Artlex: Art dictionary with 3,600 terms.
• Museums and Museums Sites: University of Michigan School of Art and Design's comprehensive directory of museums and museum sites around the world.
• Web Gallery of Art: Virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture from 11th to mid-19th centuries.
• Know Your Copy Rights: Quick reference guide for teachers that covers most copyright issues for educational purposes.
• Purdue University Copyright Overview: An easy-to-understand guide to copyright issues.
• Burst: Burst is a free stock photo platform with images that are both free and royalty-free.
• FreeImages: Over 300,000 free stock photos to download and use.
• Pexels: Pexels is a search engine for free images. You’ll find more than 5,000 photos to choose from.
• Pictures4learning: Pics4Learning is a safe, free image library for education with thousands of free pictures.
• Pixabay: Pixabay is a community of creatives sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents is safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist—even for commercial purposes.
• Unsplash: Unsplash is a Canadian website that offers free images for commercial and non-commercial images without the need for permission.
Countries (Information about)
• Unicef (Information by Country)
• The World Factbook
Dictionaries and Translators
• Babel Fish
• The Free Dictionary
• Merriam-Webster Dictionary
• Oxford Dictionaries
Free Online Image Editors
• Aviary: Aviary offers everything from image editing to vector and audio editing.
• FotoFlexer: FotoFlexer is an editor focused on photos.
• Photoshop: Photoshop.com is the lightweight version of desktop application Photoshop.
• Pixlr: Pixlr is quite similar to Splashup, but it does not quite offer the capabilities or performance.
• Splashup: Splashup is quite similar to how Photoshop works, but it offers a stronger selection of tools.
• Sumo Paint: Sumo Paint is another Photoshop-like editing app, although with an impressive collection of tools (including the magic wand).
• DoSomething.org: DoSomething.org helps teens channel their energy and desire for change into projects that will impact the world positively.
• Planet Connect: Planet Connect is an online social network where high school students can learn about current environmental issues, funding opportunities, green colleges and environmental careers.
• Youth Service America: YSA improves communities by increasing the number and the diversity of young people, ages 5-25, serving in substantive roles.
• Live Homework Help: Live Homework help connects students to online tutors available on demand every day from 3 to 10 p.m. for one-to-one help with homework, skills building and test prep.
• The Daily Breeze
• Los Angeles Times
• New York Times
• Newseum Today's Front Pages: Front pages of local, national, and world newspapers.
• USA Today
• Washington Post
Online Presentation Sites
• Animoto: Animoto is designed to bridge the gap between the high production value of film and television, and the more "amateur" feeling of most user-created videos and photo albums.
• Prezi: Prezi allows you to create dynamic presentations with its zoomable canvas and store in a cloud.
Online Comic Creation Sites
• Infotopia Comic Strips Creation Tools: A collection of free resources for the creation of comic strips.
• Make Beliefs Comix: MakeBeliefsComix.com is a place for users to come to and have fun by creating their own world of comic strips.
Religions of the World
• BBC: Religions
• The Big Religion Chart
Research Help Online
• Internet Public Library Ask-a-Librarian: 24/7 Access to a Librarian for most of the year.
• Library of Congress Ask-a-Librarian: Specialized help from experts in the Library of Congress. Answers may take up to five days.
• Los Angeles Public Library Ask-a-Librarian: 24/7 Access to a Librarian.