This consumer health informational site is maintained by the US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health and contains a wealth of online information and links to an unending list of health-related topics.
Mayo Clinic provides consumer information on a variety of medical topics. A useful and easy-to-understand medical site for the general public.
This is an archive of published articles that anyone can search for free. It is constantly updated and contains more than 300 magazines and journals.
This site provides links to over 1000 medical journals available on the web for free.
Indiana’s INSPIRE database provides full text for over 1,820 general reference, business, consumer health, general science, and multi-cultural periodicals.
Access Indiana provides links to points of interest such as the Indiana Department of Tourism, Indiana State Museum and Historical Sites, government offices of both elected and appointed officials, and much more.
Links to data and articles about Indiana’s economy.
Contains statistics about Indiana (including census, population, economy, and workforce), country profiles, and block grant proposal support.
Brief biographical information about over 20,000 personalities, living and dead, can be found at this site.
Makes the 51+ million arrival records in the Ellis Island Archives available to everyone
CensusScope makes US Census data freely accessible to the Internet community.
This resource is compiled of photos, obituaries, cemetery information and more, all compiled by volunteers. This site contains millions of cemetery records.
The INGenWeb Project is a well organized effort to place genealogy materials on the Internet through volunteer efforts.
A large online community targeted to geneologists beginning or furthering their family history research.
This contains a compilation of links to online sources of law for the United States and Canada.
A site created by the Indiana Supreme Court to assist citizens who would like to do their own legal work. Contains forms and information for some subjects as divorce, name changes and more.
GuideStar provides a searchable directory on information regarding over 850,000 nonprofit organizations in the United States.
The Internet Archive was begun in 1996 to build an “Internet Library” by offering permanent access to past websites and digital artifacts.
Need math and science help? Check out AskRose, a homework hotline available for 6th-12th graders. The homework hotline can also be contacted at 1-877-275-7673.
This learn-to-read website offers reading and writing materials at a very low cost. The website is designed primarily for first grade, but is also useful for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and second grade.
Features online streaming videos of actors reading different children’s books aloud!