Having a break from the “big” picture questions, I have been searching on the web for various pieces of information and I stumbled across this site. There are so many reference sites, do we need any more? Probably not but I discovered this fascinating site. I found myself scrolling through 100 Unbelievably Useful Reference Sites You’ve Never Heard Of from Teaching tips.com.
This site offers us an eclectic collection of dictionaries, professional teaching and library resources, fun sites, databases, sites about health, “homework help”, search engines, consumer research, etc. So when you are “investigating” some of these sites, and some of those I looked at were quite absorbing, remember you are doing research, not “just playing” or, heaven forbid, having fun!
To quote the authors, “we’ve compiled just 100 of our favorites, for teachers, students, hypochondriacs, procrastinators, bookworms, sports nuts and more.”
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