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American Medical Association: Atlas of the Human Body
The American Medical Association (AMA) has a number of fine educational resources available on their website, and this Atlas of the Human Body is quite a stand-out selection. Visitors to the site can look through simple...
The History of Artificial Intelligence
Despite what some might think, artificial intelligence is a concept that is hundreds of years old and a variety of individuals have worked on a number of curious projects in an attempt to plumb the depths of this idea....
National Institutes of Health: Research Matters
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) generates thousands of pieces of important research every year, and even the most dedicated individual would be hard pressed to keep track of all these items. The Research Matters...
The Devil and Daniel Webster
This lesson from Illuminations helps illustrate recursive sequences. The interdisciplinary lesson uses elements from the short story The Devil and Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benet. A mathematical game has been...
Too Hot To Handle, Too Cold To Enjoy
This algebra lesson from Illuminations helps students learning to graph real world data. Students will collect, graph and analyze data, and choose an appropriate mathematical model for a particular situation. They will...
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