National Science Digital Library
The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) was created by the National Science Foundation to provide organized access to high quality resources and tools that support innovations in teaching and learning at all levels of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
The Library of Congress
The Library of Congress has a host of interactive educational materials online and provides professional development services for educators over Internet2 through videoconferencing.
WGBH Teacher’s Domain
Teachers’ Domain is an online library of more than 1,000 free media resources from the best in public television. These classroom resources, featuring media from NOVA, Frontline, Design Squad, American Experience, and other public broadcasting and content partners are easy to use and correlate to state and national standards. Teachers’ Domain resources include video and audio segments, Flash interactives, images, documents, lesson plans for teachers, and student-oriented activities. Once you register, you can personalize the site using “My Folders” and “My Groups” to save your favorite resources into a folder and share them with your colleagues or students.
Project NEPTUNE offers rich educational opportunities for learners of all ages. Through their website, users can find real-time data, images and video from very dynamic earth-ocean systems.
C-SPAN Video Library
C-SPAN has digitized its entire holdings from 1998 to the present and allows educators and researchers to access this collection via the Internet2 Network. The video library is searchable using a extensive number of fields such as topic, speaker, organization, committee, keywords and has an optimized word searching tool that includes abstracts and closed captioning text.
The University of Pennsylvania has made over 12,000 images from various collections of rare books, manuscripts, papyri, photographs and sheet music are available over the network through their SCETI Project.