August 2006

Doing citations for papers can be confusing, but this site makes it much easier. Just choose which format you wish to have the citation in, MLA or APA. From there you choose the type of material you are citing, including books, magazines, newspapers, web sites, online resources, or encyclopedias. Enter the information in the given fields and the website does the rest, providing correct punctuation and formatting.>
Source: Sites and Soundbytes blog, August 18, 2006.


This mathematics site offers printable graph paper, links to recommended math sites, TI calculator help, and notes on college algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, geometry and discrete mathematics.>
Source: Sites and Soundbytes blog, August 18, 2006

Teachnology is a site that helps teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. You will find lesson plans, printables, rubrics, tips, recommended games and downloads, Webquests and thousands of reviewed sites.>
Source: Sites and Soundbytes, August 11, 2006.

The Horn Book has a FAQ about Graphic Novels.

If you have questions about graphic novels and manga this is the place to go. They even correct common misconceptions about graphic novels.