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Free Educational Resources
- Coursera (free online courses)
- MIT Open Courseware (Free course materials and lesson plans)
- UDACITY (free university-level courses)
- American Literature (free outline for course)
- Gutenberg Project (free e-book downloads)
- Poetry (course and resources)
- Stat Trek (AP Statistics free tutorial for exam)
- Free Ebooks—you can read five ebooks free each month. More than that costs $50 for three years of unlimited access.
- Barnes and Noble—offers the same software download for your PC and many free ebooks as well. There is a kids’ section where books, complete with full color illustrations, are read by their authors or celebrities.
- Books Should Be Free—free, downloadable audio books of all genres.
- To make your laptop/PC Kindle friendly, download the Kindle software free.
- Constitutional Law—The Harlan Institute
- Current Events—Student News Daily
- U.S. Government—Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government
- Creativity Resources for Teachers (Denver Art Museum)
- Life Smarts (free lesson plans from National Consumers League)
- Career Aisle (career development course ideas)
- College Board Tips on Writing a Resume
- Entry Level Resume
- How to Write A Masterpiece of a Resume
- Jobweb—Resumes and Interviews
- Resumes for High School Students
- Resume Writing 101
- Student Resume Formats
- Rubrics (to evaluate coursework)