• Atlanta-Fulton Public Library http://www.afplweb.com/
    As well as all the "normal" resources and programs you would expect from our local public library, check out the resources they have under "E-Campus!"
     
    Kid's Galileo http://kids.galileo.usg.edu
    This is a great source for students to do research and contains a variety of digital resources.
     
    Library of Congress http://www.loc.gov/teachers/

    This is a great site for teachers who would like to use more primary sources in the classroom. This site provides access to hundreds of historical primary sources including materials from the Civil War, Dust Bowl, Hispanic exploration, World War II, Westward Expansion and the Civil Rights movement.

    Read Write Think   http://www.readwritethink.org/

    This site, created by the International Reading Association, has many useful online reading and writing strategies, including bio-cubes and poetry creators.
     
    Tumble Books is a collection of animated, talking picture books with games, puzzles, lesson plans and videos.
     
     
    World Digital Library  http://www.wdl.org/en/
    This site promotes international and intercultural understanding of primary sources from countries around the world.