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This story about a database named Onefile and all of his database friends is designed to be a Story Walk book for a... see more

A collection of articles. This researchers guide is intended to help potential researchers plan experiments that would be... see more

A collection of articles. NASA.gov brings you the latest images, videos and news from America's space agency. Get the... see more

This handbook was developed as a quick reference tool for flight surgeons, occupational health physicians, and other... see more

An Overview of the Space Telescope. This e-books tells the story of the telescope’s history, design, operation, science,... see more

ButterBike offers a variety of tools that are free, self-contained, and easy to integrate into existing classroom... see more

This guide is created to highlight the life of this great children's author. Her books are still read and enjoyed today... see more

This guide is designed to help college students in a beginning level environmental science course.

By Dr. Andrew Vander Yacht, Michigan State University Presented on December 8, 2020 In oak-dominated communities... see more

This is a guide designed by a biking librarian to help librarians who want to advocate for safer streets for all kinds... see more

A digital library service that provides free access to the Vatican Library’s digitized collections: manuscripts,... see more

This report explains that more than 20% of global carbon emissions comes from agriculture and food production, and half... see more

This week Craig is going to give you a broad overview of elections in the United States.

Tells about organizing persausive speeches. One of the most commonly cited and discussed organizational patterns for... see more

These public speaking activities are designed to develop speech fluency and confidence through fun. They are easily... see more

This is a blog post about the Little Free Library's new initiative called Read-in-Color to help promote reading diversity... see more

Although our stacks will be closed for the Fall 2020 semester for safety purposes, you can still get books and other... see more

This is a guide to help history students learn about an old execution tool, called the guillotine, made famous during the... see more

This is a freely accible book available on Wilisource. The free online library. Written in 1853 by John Wilson Croker... see more

The Guillotine was introduced by Dr. Joseph Ignace Guillotine, he was not the inventor of the machine only a lobbyist for... see more

This is a guide designed to help students learn about the legacy that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had on... see more

Bring practical, STEM based, environmentally friendly lesson plans into your school, classroom, or home schooling... see more

This is a guide to help Anatomy and Physiology college students find some good tutorials to assist them in learning the... see more

This is a guide to help libraians show chemistry classes good quality resources for doing chemistry research.