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- National Science Digital Library (NSDL)The National Science Digital Library provides high quality online educational resources for teaching and learning, with current emphasis on the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines—both formal and informal, institutional and individual, in local, state, national, and international educational settings.

Most resources in the library adhere to principles of Open Educational Resource (OER) access. - The EUROPEAN LIBRARYDesigned to meet the needs of the research community worldwide, this online portal offers quick and easy access to the collections of the 48 National Libraries of Europe and leading European Research Libraries.

Users can cross-search and reuse over 28,627,026 digital items and 175,511,348 bibliographic records.

To facilitate further research, links are also provided to other websites in the Europeana group. - World Digital Library (WDL)The World Digital Library (WDL) is a project of the U.S. Library of Congress, carried out with the support of the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), and in cooperation with libraries, archives, museums, educational institutions, and international organizations from around the world.

Books, manuscripts, maps, and other primary materials on the site are not translated but presented in their original languages. More than 100 languages are represented on the WDL, including many lesser known and endangered languages.

- WorldCatIdentify and locate resources in library collections worldwide. Connect to materials at Cal Poly Humboldt and other libraries from WorldCat records and article citations.

- Algebra Classroom MaterialsThe Math Forum @ Drexel University is a support tool for Drexel’s School of Education. There are several different topics on mathematics at every educational level and resources. This page deals specifically with algebra classroom materials for basic algebra.
- Math Central: TrigonometryMath Central is a math internet site for students and teachers hosted by the Mathematics and Statistics and Mathematics Education departments at the University of Regina. This site has resources about trigonometry and other topics.
- Curriki Curated Collections of OERsCurriki is an Open Educational Resource (OER). This means Curriki provides free and open access to resources for a variety of audiences.
- Teaching ChannelTeaching Channel, a non-profit organization, is a thriving online community where teachers can watch, share, and learn diverse techniques to help every student grow.
- Math Games and ActivitiesTest and Worksheet Generators for Math Teachers by KUTA Software. The ideas can be used with or without the software and can be adapted for any class from Pre-Algebra to Algebra 2 and beyond.

- 15 Ways of Teaching CodingResources for students to get hands-on coding exposure and lessons.
- Alexander von Humboldt TED TalkAlexander von Humboldt science TED talk.
- Code AcademyLesson plans and resources for coding.
- Coding Curriculum K-12Curriculum and interactive resources to teach coding to students.
- Discovery Education Mathematics Lesson PlansLesson plans and resources.
- Get the MathAlgebra in the real world.
- Hour of CodeGames to teach students and teachers how to code.
- Inside MathematicsComprehensive resource to support mathematics instructors in promoting student success.
- K-5 Math Teaching ResourcesMath teaching resources for K-5.
- KHAN AcademyFree, interactive, online math and science tutoring for students and teachers designed by educators and instructional designers.
- Kids and Coding: Resources for EducatorsThis resource, published by Syracuse University online Master's in Computer Engineering program, is a hub for educators and beginning learners to the skill of coding. Included on the page is "Glossary of Coding Terms" catered to beginners, "Six Tips for Teaching Kids How to Code," "How to Teach More Than Just Coding" and "Kid-Friendly Coding Languages and Learning Tools."
- Math CentralMathematics resources, lesson plans, and applied mathematics demonstrations for students.
- NASA for EducatorsTeaching materials from NASA.
- National Science Digital LibraryMultimedia science tools and resources, can be sorted by grade level.
- NumberphileMathematics videos by MSRI.
- PBS Learning MediaResources and lessons for mathematics and sciences.
- Periodic Table of VideosChemistry videos.
- PHET-Interactive Simulations for Science and MathRecorded simulations for science and math.
- Planting SciencePlant science lessons and materials.
- Redwood Science Project - Cal Poly HumboldtRSP supports educators with workshops, professional development opportunities and more.
- Science Net Links -Lessons and Tools for K-12Science lessons and tools for K-12 students.
- SCRATCH- Coding by MITA program developed by MIT that allows students to code games, stories, and animations.
- Share My LessonOpen educational resource database of shared teacher lessons.
- Smithsonian Field Book ProjectDigitized field books.
- Student Science News for StudentsA science news site geared towards K-12 students.
- TED Ed LessonsTED Talks geared towards K-12 students.
- Understanding EvolutionUC Berkeley comprehensive evolution resources and lesson plans.
- Understanding Science - UC BerkeleyComprehensive science lesson support for educators.
- Yummy Math- Applied MathApplied mathematics lessons and resources.
- ZOONIVERSE Citizen Science ProjectsGet students involved in citizen science by participating in real time on current science research.