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View Resource Project 2061: Benchmarks for Science Literacy On-line

This resource is a free online version of the Benchmarks compiled and published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). It is a statement of what all students should know and be able to do in science, mathematics, and technology by the end of grades 2, 5, 8, and 12. The document is searchable, and contains links to cognitive research for each benchmark category. ...

View Resource Interactive Business Statistics

This collection of applets, created by McGraw-Hill Higher Education, is designed illustrate key concepts described in "Statistical Techniques for Business and Economics," but does not require use of this textbook. Topics include: mean, median, mode, skewness, probability, probability distribution, comparing binomial distribution, normal distribution, central limit theorem, confidence intervals,...

View Resource Statistical Abstract: USA Statistics in Brief

This web page, authored by the United State Census Bureau, contains statistics about the current population. Some of these statistics include: sex, age, state population, births, deaths, households, housing, construction, education, government, social welfare, law enforcement, employment, income, poverty, prices, energy, transportation, communications, agriculture, business, finance and foreign...

View Resource ALSOS

The Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues is a web-based collection of annotated references to resources that offer a broad, balanced perspective on current and historical topics relating to nuclear issues. Beginning with the Manhattan Project, the massive scientific/technological effort that produced the first atomic bombs, nuclear issues have had a profound effect on every aspect of society....

View Resource Academic Earth

Academic Earth provides videos of lectures by top scholars in "Subjects" that range from Astronomy to Entrepreneurship to Religion, from "Universities" as celebrated as MIT, Berkeley, Harvard, and Stanford. Visitors must register to view the lectures, but registration is free. There are over 1500 video lectures available, with more being added everyday. In addition to viewing the lectures...

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