- The Google Search Engine (http://www.google.com)
- Google is one of the best search engines on the Internet. You can search
web pages, of course, but Google also lets you search news groups, images,
and much more. Be sure to check out Google's Help Center (http://www.google.com/help/)
to learn how you can take advantage of all of Google's advanced features
to improve your internet searching.
- For consumer health information on the Internet, MEDLINEplus is one of
the best resources on the internet. Developed by the National Library of
Medicine, MEDLINEplus provides quality information about health topics, prescription
and over the counter medicines, wellness and safety issues, clinical trials,
and health information for older adults. MEDLINEplus also features a medical
dictionary and encyclopedia and links to many other resources on the internet.
This is an excellent first stop for health information online.
ALA Great Sites for Kids (http://www.ala.org/content/NavigationMenu/ALSC/Great_Web_Sites_for_Kids/Great_Web_Sites_for_Kids.htm)
- These web sites have been selected by the Association for Library Services to Children, a division of the American Library Association.
FBI's Safety Tips for Kids (http://www.fbi.gov/kids/k5th/safety1.htm)
- The FBI provides safety tips in the areas of the Internet, child abduction and gun safety for children K-5.
Kids Invest (http://cyberdriveillinois.coim/departmentsecurities/begin.htm)
- Kids Invest is a guide to the stock market, investing, and money management for young people.
Ask Jeeves for Kids (http://www.ajkids.com)
- This site provides a fast and easy way for kids to find answers to their questions.
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Last updated August 26, 2003.