Saturday, September 26, 2009


Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 - History of Candles / Fire Safety

History of Candles

From the site:

“Candles have been used for light and to illuminate man's celebrations for more than 5,000 years, yet little is known about their origin.”

Fire Safety and Candles

See Also: Elements of a Candle, Candle Care, Links, and more


Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 - National Fire Prevention Week, October 4-10, 2009

National Fire Prevention Week, October 4-10, 2009

Scholastic: Resources include free K-2 & 3-5 Printables

Sparky the Fire Dog

Fire Prevention Week 2009

“To help your students “Stay Fire Smart”, this section offers free classroom materials you can use during Fire Prevention Week 2009.”

Fire Prevention Week Lessons and Resources


Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 - Hispanic Heritage Month (FactMonster)

Hispanic Heritage Month

From the site:

“Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15, the anniversary of independence for five Latin American countries—Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico declared its independence on September 16, and Chile on September 18.

The term Hispanic, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, refers to Spanish-speaking people in the United States of any race.” <<>>

Page includes links to Notable Hispanic Americans, Famous Firsts by Hispanic Americans, and more resources.

[NOTE: Previously posted. Site updated. - Phyllis ]


Sat., Sept. 26, 2009 - Hispanic Heritage Month (Library of Congress)

National Hispanic Heritage Month

2009 Theme: Embracing the Fierce Urgency of Now!

From the site:

“Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.”


Hispanic Americans

From the site:

“Explore the culture, contributions and interactions of Hispanic peoples in North America through rare maps, historical documents from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, local histories, recorded songs, interactive games, and detailed online bibliographies. Last Updated: 06/29/2009”

Friday, September 25, 2009


Fri., Sept. 25, 2009 - Kikki's Workshop: Construction Equipment

Kikki's Workshop - Komatsu, Ltd. - Grades 0 to 5

Site found on

“Calling all builders - this site has it all! View interactives, videos, the "Great Picture Book of Construction Equipment," "Everything about Construction Equipment," Q and A, printables, and more. This site is full of great information about construction equipment, perfect for invention units, physics of simple machines, engineering, and more. There is also a link to learn more about anti-mine equipment, sure to spark some serious class discussion with older students.”

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Fri., Sept. 25, 2009 - - John Wiley & Sons - Grades 6 to 12
[NOTE: Some pages previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Site found on

“Everyone knows the "for Dummies" books, but did you know there is an entire web site? This site, created by the same publisher, has text-based and video "How To" information on thousands of topics, organized into general categories. It is also searchable. The education/languages area has both obvious and more obscure topics than you might expect, from To Write a Sonnet to How to Build a Bill (in the U.S. Congress). These text- based articles are great for those who follow verbal information well and often include simple diagrams. The more consumer-oriented areas of the site include videos from setting up your wireless network to carving a turkey. Click on "all videos" under the Featured video to see the video categories.”

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Fri., Sept. 25, 2009 - Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

BIO Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month!

In September and October, BIO Classroom features programming on important figures such as Frida Kahlo and Ponce de Leon. In addition, has many on-air and online resources for celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in classrooms and in homes. Visit our interactive site at the link below for featured Bios, colorful games, recommended links, and programming information about significant Latino and Latina leaders and personalities. Hispanic Heritage interactive site

Shortened URL:

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Fri., Sept. 25, 2009 - PBS: Teaching About Place: Live Webinar: National Parks: America's Best Idea / Women Empowerment

Sites found in:

PBS Teachers Newsletter: September 27 - October 3, 2009
PBS Teachers LIVE!: Teaching About Place With Ken Burns' NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA'S BEST IDEA

The next free PBS Teachers LIVE! Webinar! will be, "Teaching About Place With Ken Burns' NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA'S BEST IDEA" , Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 8 p.m. ET. Educational experts will discuss digital storytelling, including geographic and historical projects, and model projects they have done with students. Since ABC-CLIO is the sponsor for this event, participants that complete the webinar survey will be eligible to win an annual subscription to ABC-CLIO's United States Geography database or a copy of the 5-volume title, America's Natural Places, edited by Stacy Kowtko (forthcoming November 09).

Also, this month on Media Infusion ( ), Janet English will focus on using Ken Burns' much-anticipated documentary, "National Parks: America's Best Idea," in the classroom to inspire students and teach lessons in civics, social studies, history, science, and language arts. She challenges educators to use technology tools like Voice Thread and video clips from "National Parks" to help students learn to write and present personal narratives in a collaborative learning environment. Additional art, science, language arts and more using Ken Burns's "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" as well as VoiceThread and other collaborative technologies lesson plans, online resources and activities are now available for NATIONAL PARKS at
The new Ken Burns series The National Parks: America’s Best Idea, starts this September 27th.


ITVS Community Classroom Presents: Women's Empowerment

Four documentaries explore stories of women's empowerment and leadership around the world. Meet an indigenous Bolivian leader fighting for labor rights; a young Israeli Arab karate champion with feminist ideas; three Egyptian women working for fair elections and a Kenyan leader sparking a nationwide environmental movement. Lesson plans and video modules encourage students to learn about international struggles and take an active role in addressing local concerns. Lessons are directed toward high school and college students. For more information visit:

Copyright 2008 PBS Online

Thursday, September 24, 2009


Thurs., Sept. 24, 2009 - Academy Award-Winning Cartoons/Short Subjects on YouTube

Site found in:



Academy Award-Winning Cartoons/Short Subjects on YouTube
Shortened URL:

These are among the awards that we're least likely to have seen, so it's
handy to have this cheat sheet to the ones that have been mounted on


Neat New Stuff I Found This Week
Copyright, Marylaine Block, 1999-2008.


Thurs., Sept. 24, 2009 - Bomomo

Bomomo - Philipp Lenssen - Grades 0 to 12

Site found on

Use a variety of tools and colors to create unique and original digital art. Choose one of 20 patterns, and use the cursor to move across the screen. The buttons are found at the bottom of the drawing box. Save as a .jpg or .png file on your computer with one click. Our editors found this site to be very addicting!

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Thurs., Sept. 24, 2009 - Music Web Navigator

Music Web Navigator!

Music Web Navigator is a simple but useful web service where you can enter artist name and get a set of links to manually selected sites with biographies, discographies, songs, videos, photos, reviews, tabs, lyrics, covers, and more.


Thurs., Sept. 24, 2009 - Free Music Archive

Free Music Archive - WFMU - Grades 5 to 12

Site found on

“This site provides a clearing house for legal, copyright-safe, free music available for download and podcast use. Students looking for pod-safe audio, music remixes, and background music will be relieved to find this marvelous library of recordings. Students or teachers do not need to join to listen and/or download the MP3 files, but they can join if they'd like to submit their own legal files. To sign-up for this site (which is only required to submit music), you must provide your name and email address. If you choose to allow your students to register, you may want to create your own Gmail account with up to 20 subaccounts for each group of students (by code name or number) within your classes. Here is a blog post that tells how.
Shortened URL:

Listeners can find their favorite music by browsing through the many genre categories or trying some of the daily featured artists. Besides music files, there are artist and album profiles, and listeners can star favorites.

As always, teachers need to be vigilant for music that might contain obscenities or music from spoken word performers.”

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:

Wednesday, September 23, 2009


Wed., Sept. 23, 2009 - Teachers Network

Teachers Network Lesson Plans

From the site:

“These comprehensive lesson plans have been designed by teachers, for teachers in order to improve student achievement in classrooms across the nation and abroad.

Click on a subject field to discover a wealth of curriculum materials that you can use! These lesson plan units are also organized according to grade levels.”


Wed., Sept. 23, 2009 - PreSchool Activities

PreSchool Activities

From the site:

“The preschool years are simultaneously enchanting and exhausting. So much energy bundled into those tiny little bodies! These activity sites are sure to help when you are looking for something fun to share your kids that is both easy to whip up and engaging for all involved.”

Page includes 9 links to sites (5 annotated, 4 Honorable Mentions)


Wed., Sept. 23, 2009 - Navy Dive Manual / Earth Science Misconceptions / Kinesthetic Astronomy / HR Diagram Simulator

Sites found in:

November 29, 2008 "Earth Science Sites of the Week"

NAVY DIVE MANUAL, American Dive Center (Amy D. Hall) Another good book to use is the Navy Dive Manual. Colleges, such as the College of Oceaneering, use this book to teach their divers about embolisms, "the bends", etc. It also contains information on the history of diving, underwater physics, underwater physiology, mixed gas theory, and recompression theory. You can also set up tests to have your students "work out" decompression times needed to "off gas". You can download the manual at the following site.

From the site:
“The U.S. Navy Diving Manual is available from this site in the fully indexed, and printable Adobe Acrobat format. But, beware. The file sizes are quite large. So, if you only have low speed access, pick the files you want to download with care.”

“If you are blessed with high speed access you might want to download the zipped version of the complete manual ... USN.ZIP The file size is 8.2 mb.”


MAJOR EARTH SCIENCE MISCONCEPTIONS, (Joe Henderson) I just posted the link to the condensed list over at my blog:


KINESTHETIC ASTRONOMY, Space Science Institute (Nora McDevitt) I have been using Kinesthetic Astronomy (including body shadows) and the kids really get it. It is free.

From the site:

"The Sky Time lesson reconnects students with the astronomical meaning of the day, year, and seasons. Like all Kinesthetic Astronomy lessons, it teaches basic astronomical concepts through choreographed bodily movements and positions that provide educational sensory experiences.”


HR DIAGRAM SIMULATORS, (Steve Kluge) This simulator is kind of neat:

I include it as part of an HR diagram directed inquiry lesson that kids can do on their own:

I was always surprised by how well many of the kids were able to interpret the complex charts, and to infer processes. You might want to make up a worksheet for it, or you could assign different parts to different groups and have them share their section with the rest of the class.


Mark Francek
Central Michigan University
Resource Page:


Wed., Sept. 23, 2009 - This Week on NOVA's Web Only: Secret Life of Scientists: Rich Robinson, nanoscientist

----------Forwarded Message--------

From: NOVA scienceNOW Bulletin
Date: Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 5:19 PM

From: NOVA Teachers
Date: Wed. Sep 23, 2009 at 6:31 PM

The Secret Life of Scientists

Rich Robinson, nanoscientist and photographer, takes your questions

From the Secret Life blog files:

Rich Robinson works on a tiny scale with nanoparticles
( ) to solve
an enormous problem--the world's energy crisis. What motivates him?

We'll let him explain:

"Why are we trying to save the planet? Why are we trying to solve
the energy crisis? I'm not sure we have a choice. As a responsible
person living in this Earth today, you need to do something in order
to sustain life for the next 50 years, hundred years, however long
it's going to last.”

Shortened URL:

Ask Rich your questions about nanoscience and photography, watch
videos, and more on The Secret Life of Scientists.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Tues., Sept. 22, 2009 - Math, Science, and Robots

Math, Science, and Robots

“The Botball Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition”

Related Educational Resources:


Tues., Sept. 22, 2009 - Toys from Trash - simple math and science concepts

Toys from Trash - Arvind Gupta - Grades 0 to 10

Site found on

“Looking for simple ways to showcase simple math and science concepts? No money for classroom materials? Look no further. Use these simple instructions for making educational toys using everyday materials. Each toy easily demonstrates concepts that are basic for understanding processes of science. View an unbelievable amount of toys under the following categories: "Amazing Astronomy," "Pumps from the Dump," "Math Magic," "Paper Fun," Tipping Toppling Toys," Motor and Generator," "Electricity and Magnetism," "Newton Unplugged," "Fun with Pressure," "Fun with Light," "Toys from Trash," "Simple Sounds," "Strong Structures," "Flying Toys," "Force Fun," "Spinning Toys," and others. View annotated photos of the construction process or download detailed instructions. This site requires adobe Acrobat.”

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Tues., Sept. 22, 2009 - Purple Math

---------Forwarded Message--------

Hi! It's Monday, November 17, 2008 and time for Math at ClickSchooling!
Recommended Website:
Purple Math
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

"Need help with Algebra? You've found the right place!" That's the claim of
this website that offers an amazing algebra resource in the form of free
lessons and links to an array of helpful resources for math students.

When you get to the site read the introductory paragraphs that explain what
the site has to offer including:

*Lessons - You'll find everything from beginning algebra to word problems to
advance algebra topics like "Solving Logarithmic Equations" and "Rational
Expressions." The Appendix in this section includes recommendations for
calculators and a wonderful article entitled, "Why Do I Have to Take

*Site Reviews - PupleMath has reviewed numerous math websites - so you don't
have to, and recommends their faves for:

1) Free Online Tutoring & Lessons
2) Quizzes and Worksheets
3) Other Useful Sites and Services (Note: This explores careers in math,
earliest use of math and it's symbols, handouts from University of Texas'
Learning Center, and so much more!)

Many of the sites they recommend have been featured on ClickSchooling in the
past. :)

*Homework Guidelines - While homeschoolers may not need the advice in the
article "How to Suck Up to Your Teacher" - it's a great read and provides
homework guidelines that are wonderful for those who may supplement their
learning in classroom environments or enroll at community college, etc.

*Study Skills Self-Survey - Use this terrific feature to determine if you
have the study habits needed to learn algebra.

Nancy Hogan and
Diane Flynn Keith
for ClickSchooling
Copyright 2008, All Rights Reserved

DID YOU MISPLACE A ClickSchooling Review? Do you need to find an educational website - fast! Visit the ClickSchooling archives at:

Note: We make every effort to recommend websites that have content that is appropriate for general audiences. Parents should ALWAYS preview the sites for suitable content.

Click Schooling (Clickschooling) is a Federally Registered Trademark.


Tues., Sept. 22, 2009 - Algebra, Calculus, Trigonometry, Math / Bagatrix: Algebra Tutorial, Math Glossary, Conversion, Math Quiz

Enter your own homework problems and check your answers using our free online solving websites.


Algebra Tutorials
Brush up on your simplifying, solving, and factoring skills with our free online algebra tutorials.

Math Glossary
Reference hundreds of commonly used math terms with our free Bagatrix online glossary.

Online Conversions
Convert temperatures, distances, weights, liquids, and binary/decimal/hexadecimal numbers free online.

Arithmetic Quiz
How many arithmetic problems can you answer correctly in 60 seconds? Find out with our online quiz.

Monday, September 21, 2009


Mon., Sept. 21, 2009 - The Great Depression

The Innovative Teaching Newsletter
Volume 11, Issue 4 - November 2008
Topic: The Great Depression
[Scroll down for annotated list of links]

Walter McKenzie
The One and Only Surfaquarium

The Innovative Teaching Newsletter Archive

A free annotated hotlist of Web-based resources


Mon., Sept. 21, 2009 - Map Battle

Map Battle - Mapbattle - Grades 3 to 12

Site found on

“Want to find or create an interactive geography activity? Use Map Battle to try activities created by others to answer questions from anywhere in the world. Click on "Play Game" to choose from existing games or "Make Game" to create your own. Choose different map types from "Normal," "Satellite," "Sky Visible," and others. Click on "Create your own maps" to begin creation of your own unique map. Click on the map to leave a point. Enter your question in the field to the right (in the "Ask" box.) If you want to change the question, make your changes, and then click "Update question." Click "New" to start a new question. This site does include some advertisements.”
Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Mon., Sept. 21, 2009 - The Gettysburg Address

The Gettysburg Address

"On November 19, 1863, four months after the Battle of Gettysburg, a ceremony was held to dedicate a cemetery for the Union dead. The main speaker was Edward Everett, a former US Senator, governor of Massachusetts, and president of Harvard. Everett spoke for two hours, recounting the battle of Gettysburg in vivid detail."
"President Lincoln had been invited to make a "few appropriate remarks" at the cemetery's consecration. Some 15,000 people heard his remarks. Less than 275 words in length, Lincoln's three-minute-long Gettysburg address defined the meaning of the Civil War. Drawing upon the biblical concepts of suffering, consecration, and resurrection, he described the war as a momentous chapter in the global struggle for self-government, liberty, and equality."

This copy of the Gettysburg address (GLC 06811), from the Gilder Lehrman Collection, contains textual errors indicative of a very early printing.
Source: Gilder Lehrman Institute


Mon., Sept. 21, 2009 - Silas Deane Online (American Colonial)

Silas Deane Online

From the site:

“Silas Deane Online is designed to provide high school students, teachers, researchers and historians with a valuable online resource that can be approached from and appreciated on several levels.

"All information on the site is compiled and crosslinked to provide access from multiple points. Links to all primary source material (documents, transcripts and images) generate their content in pop-up windows from anywhere in the site. Primary source material can also be accessed via index links in the Portraits, Objects and Documents sections.”

Includes a timeline that features four simultaneous chronologies: of Deane, John Adams, George Washington, and "Colonial Times.”

Sunday, September 20, 2009


Sun., Sept. 20, 2009 - Fascinating Egyptian Mummies

Fascinating Egyptian Mummies - Sun Life Financial - Grades 4 to 12
Select Language: English or French

Site found on

From the site:

“This well-designed and high tech site allows students and teachers to enter the world of the tombs of mummies. Featuring games and entrance to tombs and other exhibitions designed by the Musée de la Civilization in Québec, the site creates high interest. Take your students back in time to Ancient Egypt and learn about the process of mummification, the jars in which the mummies' parts reside, and get a rich background in ancient Egyptian beliefs

Entire review and suggestions for using this site “In the Classroom”:


Sun., Sept. 20, 2009 - Web Sites of Foreign Embassies in the U.S.

Web Sites of Foreign Embassies in the U.S.

Bureau of Public Affairs
Washington, DC
July 15, 2009


Sun., Sept. 20, 2009 - National Clearinghouse for U.S. - Japan Studies: Internet Guides

National Clearinghouse for U.S. - Japan Studies

Clearinghouse Internet Guides

From the site:

“Designed for teachers, the Clearinghouse Internet Guides provide annotated lists of recommended Web sites about Japan arranged by topic. We have tried to include sites with both specific and general information on each topic, as well as several sites for each guide appropriate for students to visit by themselves. Some sites provide background information, some provide teaching ideas, and others are just plain fun.”


Sun., Sept. 20, 2009 - Sites found in The Scout Report, November 21, 2008

Sites found in:

The Scout Report
November 21, 2008
Volume 14, Number 46

The Scout Report on the Web:
Current issue:
This issue:


A History of the Crusades

The Crusades lasted several hundred years, and some historians have argued
that certain expeditions from the 15th to 17th centuries might also be
treated as part of this broader interest in recapturing part of the Holy
Land for the Christians. In 1969, the University of Wisconsin Press began
publishing a thorough and comprehensive study of the Crusades. After twenty
years, the series ran to six volumes, all of which are included in this
digital collection created by the University of Wisconsin Digital
Collections project. Volumes include "The Later Crusades", "The art and
architecture of the crusader states", and "The impact of the Crusades on
Europe", and visitors can browse through the entire collection here, and
they can also change the viewing size of each document for a more detailed
inspection. [KMG]


The Assos Excavations

Located on the Aegean Sea in Turkey, the ancient city of Assos was quite a
bustling metropolis thousands of years ago. It also happens to be the site
where the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) had one of their very
first excavations. Today, the site is overseen by archaeologist Nurettin
Arslan of the University of Canakkale. This interactive online feature takes
visitors inside their work, and it's a revealing portrait of this sometimes
overlooked site. Visitors can start their tour by looking at an aerial image
of the site, and they can then proceed to look over the other nine sections
of the excavation. Along the way, visitors will be able to view photographs
of a temple built to the goddess of Athena in the sixth century BCE and take
in a 360 degree view from the acropolis at Assos. Additionally, the site
also includes three other 360 degree views, including those of the area's
primary theater and the monumental west gate. [KMG]

Doing What Works [Real Player, pdf]

The U.S. Dept. of Education sponsors this Doing What Works website, which
focuses on pedagogy in order to assist this nation's teachers in finding
what are likely to be effective methods of teaching. To see the areas of
study that are covered on the website, look to the top left side of the
page. You'll find "Early Childhood Education", "English Language Learners",
"Math and Science", and "Psychology of Learning". Topics to be added to the
site are also listed under "See What's Coming!" To always be up-to-date on
new material the site has added, simply click on "Subscribe for Updates" on
the right hand side of the page. By clicking on the "What Works
Clearinghouse", found at the top right corner, visitors will be taken to the
real heart of the site. By clicking on one of the topics of study, visitors
can watch, listen, and read a short animated video overview of the topic
that includes current research. If videos aren't your thing, you can just
head straight to the other options, which are "Review the Research Base",
"Understand the Essentials", "Find Recommended Practices", and "Access
Planning Templates". It should be noted that the Department of Education
makes sure to point out that it is not endorsing any of the commercial
products that might be used in any of the teaching approaches. [KMG]
[NOTE: Some pages from this site previously posted. - Phyllis ]

The UNESCO Courier

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
(UNESCO) works across a broad range of thematic areas, including cultural
heritage preservation, educational planning, and community capacity-
building. Created in 1947, the Courier is their flagship publication, and it
is designed to reflect the Organization's concerns and thoughts. Since March
2006, the magazine has been published once a month, and it can be read in
one of six languages, including English, Arabic, Russian, and Chinese. Each
edition addresses one of UNESCO's primary areas of concern, and recently the
magazine has covered everything from the cultural patrimony of Ethiopia to
women journalists who bridge multiple cultural and ethnic traditions.
Visitors can browse back issues to 1996, and they can also sign up to
receive new issues via email. [KMG]


C-SPAN: American Political Archive [Real Player]

C-SPAN has created this online archive as part of their general mission, and
educators and politicos will find much to search through on this site. On
the top of the page, visitors can look through the most recent programs,
which include broadcast audio recordings from a number of the Presidential
Libraries, the Smithsonian, and the Library of Congress. Further down the
page, visitors can look through the "Past Programs" area. Here they will
find links to interviews with figures such as Shirley Chisholm, Lady Bird
Johnson, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. Along the right-hand side of the page,
visitors can make their way through a host of important web resources,
including a collection of oral histories with former Secretaries of Defense
and an interview with Harry Truman. [KMG]

EUROPE Gateway: Bulgaria

The European Institute is committed to providing high quality information
about a wide variety of European Union countries, and this particular site
deals with the nation of Bulgaria. On the site, visitors can view recent
news highlights drawn from a wide range of media outlets, and then move on
to the "Analyses" area. Here they will find editorial pieces and other items
that address everything from human rights to the current state of economic
affairs in Bulgaria. The "Interview" area includes talks and discussions
with various policy leaders, journalists, and commentators on issues of the
day facing Bulgaria. Finally, visitors can also use the "Navigation" tools
along the left-hand side of the homepage to learn about the rest of the
Gateway Europe site. [KMG]


Furness Image Collection

If you're a fan of Shakespeare, you're going to love the University of
Pennsylvania Library's online Furness Image Collection. Composed of books,
manuscripts, artifacts, and over 2,000 prints and photographs, this archive
of material is not just about Shakespeare's works, but also about the
history of Shakespearean theatrical presentations. The theatrical
performers and performances of such works are documented via the images in
the online collection, most of which date from the 19th century. On the
homepage you can choose to "Browse All Collection," or do a simple or
Boolean Search. You can also "Compare" images side by side, and ample
information about the intellectual property rights of the images can be
found in a link given at the end of the copyright notice in the section
labeled Access. Clicking on "Browse All Collection" will take you to the
beginning of the collection, and you can view the materials in three ways:
"Text List", "Slide Show", and the default thumbnails. For pure viewing
pleasure, slide show is the visitor's best choice. You get to see the image
in its full glory, accompanied by a title - some lyrical, some simply
descriptive. The "Simple Search" is easy to follow and via a drop down
menu, offers many criteria by which to search, including notes, medium,
collection, and created/published. [KMG]


>From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2008.

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