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Anatomical Image Library
If you're hoping to learn about everything from the femoral artery to the phalanges, this image library collection can get the job done. The American Association of Anatomists (AAA) has created this collection of links to high-quality resources that cover five topical areas, including the brain, histology, and development. Each area has at least six links, but the centerpiece is the anatomy area, with 15 resources in total. The development area is quite fine as well; links include a multi-dimensional human embryo and the e-Mouse Atlas Project, "a detailed model of the developing mouse.
Biology Online
Links are searchable alphabetically, by specific sub-discipline, or across all sites via Biology Online's search engine. Aside from its extensive and well managed set of recommendations, the site also offers field-specific online tutorials in key areas, as well a 1600 term dictionary.
Flash Animations for Physics
Animations are sorted by category, and the file size of each animation is included in the listing. Also included is the minimum version of the Flash player that is required; the player is available free from
General Chemistry Online
Provides five areas of information: The Chemistry Home Companion, Just Ask Antoine!, Chemistry Exam Survival Guide, Tutorials, and a Featured Article. The Companion is a study guide covering the basic concepts of an introductory general chemistry course. Topics include measurement, molecules and compounds, and the quantum theory. Just Ask Antoine! allows students to post their chemistry questions. An archived list provides questions and answers for the past year. The Exam Survival Guide provides tips on passing exams, checklists of objectives and skills, and two online practice exams. The Tutorial currently contains only problems and quizzes for the measurement topic.
NSDL Science Literacy Maps
National Science Digital Library (NSDL) site that features concept maps that illustrate connections between thematic science and math concepts. There is a purely text-based version for those interested in the subject matter, but a little wary of diving into the literacy maps themselves.
Science Friday
Science Friday is a weekly science talk show, broadcast live over public radio stations nationwide from 2-4 p.m. Eastern time. Each week, they focus on science topics that are in the news and try to bring an educated, balanced discussion to bear on the scientific issues at hand. Panels of expert guests join Science Friday's host, Ira Flatow, a veteran science journalist, to discuss science - and to take questions from listeners during the call-in portion of the program.
Science Literacy Maps
Interactive tool for teachers and learners to explore specific science and math concepts. The maps illustrate connections between concepts as well as how concepts build upon one another across grade levels. Clicking on a concept within the maps will show resources for the concept including related AAAS Project 2061 Benchmarks, assessments, misconceptions, and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
SERC Portal for Educators
The Science Education Resource Center (SERC) at Carleton College is a source of excellent classroom resources, including lesson plans on science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and more.
Includes Springer’s portfolio of over 100 peer-reviewed fully open access journals across all areas of science ranging from very specialized titles to SpringerPlus, their interdisciplinary open access journal that covers all disciplines.SpringerOpen journals and books are made freely and permanently available online immediately upon publication.

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