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  • Salem History
    Includes complete content of The Decades - Salem’s critically acclaimed American history series; Great Events from History - The complete resource for worldwide events; Great Lives from History - The definitive, worldwide biographical resource; and Milestone Documents - A new, primary source series.
  • Whizzpast
    A blog for history lovers.

Local History

  • Historical Society of Old Randolph
    Formed in 1979, the Historical Society of Old Randolph (HSOR) is a non-profit organization created to promote and preserve the unique heritage of Randolph Township. It meets each month to plan activities, discuss projects, and share stories about Randolph’s past.
  • Morris County Historical Society
    They preserve and promote the history of Morris County.

New Jersey History

  • New Jersey Digital Highway
    A collaboration between Rutgers University Libraries, The New Jersey State Library, The New Jersey Division of Archives and Records Management, The New Jersey Historical Society, and the American Labor Museum, NJDH serves as a portal for digital historical and cultural resources.
  • New Jersey Historical Society
    The New Jersey Historical Society collects, preserves, teaches and interprets New Jersey history through their archives, research library and educational programs.
  • New Jersey State Archives
    Access to historic documents including images, genealogical collections, and digital exhibits.
  • New Jersey State Historic Sites
    Maintained by the New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry, this website gives information on state owned historic sites that everyone can visit.
  • Visit NJ: History
    Maintained by the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism, this website includes information about NJ historic sites, memorials, and museums. Searchable by ADA compliance, family/pet friendliness, free admission, and other factors useful to travelers.

U.S. History

  • African-American History (InfoBase Learning)
    Features thousands of cross-referenced entries, covering the entire spectrum of African-American history over the past 500 years. You will need your library card number.
  • American History (InfoBase Learning)
    Spans more than 500 years of political, military, social, and cultural history to cover the American experience. You will need your library card number.
  • American Indian History (InfoBase Learning)
    Offers fast access to more than 600 Native American groups and over 15,000 years of American Indian culture and history. You will need your library card number.
  • American Rhetoric
    A database of speeches organized by alphabetically by speaker’s first name.
  • Digital History
    Textbook, primary source, and multimedia American history resources.
  • Digital Public Library of America
    The Digital Public Library of America brings together the riches of America’s libraries, archives, and museums, and makes them freely available to the world.
  • Digital Vaults
    The National Archives Experience: Digital Vaults is an interactive exploration of history that examines thousands of documents, photographs, and pieces of history that have been integrated in a digital format.
  • History Channel
    General information on World and American history including articles and video content.
  • Library of Congress Digital Collections
    Primary and secondary source materials, recordings, images, prints, maps, sheet music documenting the history of the United States.
  • National Archives
    The National Archives is the U.S. Government’s collection of documents that records important events in American history. The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the Government agency that preserves and maintains these materials and makes them available for research.
  • National Museum of American History
    In addition to museum information, this site has information on may topics, online exhibits and activities.
  • National Register of Historic Places
    Maintained by the National Park Service, this website includes sample travel itineraries, monthly online exhibits, and teaching resources.
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    The US Holocaust Memorial Museum teaches millions of people each year about the dangers of unchecked hatred and the need to prevent genocide. Their website is an educational resource.
  • United States National Archives and Records Administration
    Historic documents, veterans’ service records, genealogical materials, online exhibits, and more.

World History

  • Ancient and Medieval History (InfoBase Learning)
    Presents the full scope of world history from prehistory through the 1500s, with special topic centers on key civilizations and regions. You will need your library card number.
  • BBC-A History of the World
    This site uses objects to tell a history of the world. You’ll find 100 objects from the British Museum and hundreds more from museums and people across the UK.
  • BBC News Country Profiles
    Features full profiles that provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries and territories, and background on key institutions.
  • History Channel
    General information on World and American history including articles and video content.
  • History of Royal Women
    An interesting website chock full of facts about royal women.
  • Library of Congress Country Studies
    Electronic versions of 80 books previously published in hard copy as part of the Country Studies Series by the Federal Research Division. Includes books on countries that no longer exist, such as East Germany, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union.
  • Modern World History (InfoBase Learning)
    Covers the broad expanse of world history from the mid-15th century to the present, featuring thousands of documents, articles, timelines, images, videos, and maps. You will need your library card number.
  • Rulers
    Lists of heads of states and heads of government, current and historical.
  • Tudor History
    Everything you ever wanted to know about the Tudor Dynasty of England.
  • World Digital Library
    The World Digital Library (WDL), a project of the U.S. Library of Congress, carried out with the support of the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), and in cooperation with libraries, archives, museums, educational institutions, and international organizations from around the world, makes available on the Internet, free of charge and in multilingual format, significant primary materials from all countries and cultures.

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  • Abbreviation Dictionary
    Directory and search engine for acronyms, abbreviations and initialisms.
  • Acronym Finder
    Dictionary of acronyms, abbreviations, and initialisms.
  • Dictionary (Merriam-Webster)
    Provides definitions, parts of speech, synonyms, origins of words and rhyming words, as well as a medical dictionary and concise encyclopedia.
  • Duolingo
    Free language learning platform offers many languages on the web, Android, iOS, and Windows. Claims that 34 hours of independent study on Duolingo is the equivalent of one semester of college language class.
  • Etymology Dictionary
    Online etymology dictionary providing origins and derivations of English words. Includes related terms for alternate meanings.
  • Idiom Site
    Definitions for a limited list of every day idioms in common use.
  • Pronunciation Dictionary
    Online pronunciation reference. Seeks to compile native speaker pronunciations for all the words that exist in the world, including names.
  • Rhyming Dictionary
    Finds rhymes, synonyms, adjectives, and more.
  • Slang Dictionary
    Dictionary is a dictionary of slang words, neologisms, idioms, aphorisms, jargon, informal speech, and figurative usages.
  • Rosetta Stone
    This resource provides a proven language learning immersion method trusted for over 20 years. It is funded by the New Jersey State Library.
  • The TOEFL Test
    Information about the English-language test for study, immigration, and work.
  • USA Learns
    A website that offers free English language learning resources.

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  • Cornell University Law School: Legal Information Institute
    Not-for profit providing access to laws online, including U.S. Code, Federal Rules, state statutes and international law, as well as free legal documents by state. Resources for locating a lawyer and legal encyclopedia.
  • FindLaw: Find a Lawyer
    A national directory of lawyers with detailed profiles.
  • Findlegalhelp.org
    Offers help with finding a lawyer, using a lawyer and understanding the law. Provided as a public service by the American Bar Association’s DIvision for Legal Services.
  • Guide to Law Online
    Prepared by the Law Library of Congress, a portal of web sites on government and law by region, U.S. State or country.
  • Lawyers.com: Find a Lawyer
    Search for a lawyer by name or location and legal issue. Lawyer profiles, client reviews and ratings provided by Martindale-Hubbell, a legal source for over 140 years.
  • NOLO Legal Dictionary
    A dictionary of legal terms for non lawyers.
  • Justia.com
    Focused on making primary legal materials and community resources free and easy to find on the Internet. The company provides Internet users with free case law, codes, regulations, legal articles and legal blog and twitterer databases, as well as additional community resources.


  • Core Documents of the United States
    The United States Constitution, Bill of Rights and other crucial documents can be found here.
  • Government Printing Office
    Provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the federal government. Includes tutorials on how to search the Federal Depository System.
  • New Jersey State Library: Federal Legal Resources
    A compilation of websites where you can find legal documents, information about federal courts, and regulations.
  • Congress.gov
    Legislative information from the Library of Congress. Includes bills and resolutions, access to the Congressional Record, treaties and committee reports. Resources for teachers.
  • United States Code
    Search the US Code by Title or browse the table of contents.
  • United States Supreme Court
    Go here to read what is on the court’s upcoming docket, past opinions, rules of court, and information about the justices.
  • United States Court Map
    Map displaying the geographic boundaries of the U.S. Courts of Appeals and District Courts, with links to web pages for each court.
  • USA.gov
    Official online guide to government information and services.

New Jersey

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  • A Beautiful Mess
    A blog highlighting décor, crafts, recipes, and style.
  • CreativeBug
    Thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists. You will need your Randolph library card number.
  • The Frugal Chic Life
    A blog that discusses thrifty living, saving money, cutting the clutter and leading a minimalist yet decent life.
  • Lifehacker
    Lifehacker is a hub of productivity tips, tricks, and downloads. It’s basically an archive of all the information it would be incredibly useful to know, but nobody ever really teaches you. Aside from productivity, they also cover topics such as money-saving tips, clever uses for household items, and so on.
  • Living Well Spending Less
    Suggestions to help you to live life on a budget and yet have a good lifestyle.
  • Love to Know
    Advice on beauty and fashion, health, entertainment, home and garden, technology money and lifestyle and more.
  • The Penny Hoarder
    Practical advice on leading a frugal life and wellness along with lots of personal finance information.
  • Wisebread: Living Large on a Small Planet
    Wise Bread is an extremely popular personal finance community that includes bloggers and experts in its membership. As they like to say, “You don’t have to sacrifice your financial independence to enjoy life.” That’s the driving force behind what they do, and their goal is to help people live well. The most popular areas of the site are the “Personal Finance” and “Frugal Living” sections. It also offers a “Life Hacks” area that covers everything from technology tips to managing an organization.

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  • Author-ized!
    All about authors, including videos, BCCLS-hosted interviews, and more.
  • Bloom’s Literature (InfoBase Learning)
    Information about authors, works of literature, and literary characters. Library card number required.
  • Book Clubbing
    Your book club kickstarter - author bios, Q&A, book recommendations, and more!
  • Contemporary Authors (Gale)
    Author biographies and criticism, specifically on contemporary authors. Library card number required.
  • Gale Literary Index
    The index combines and cross-references more than 130,000 author names, including pseudonyms and variant names, and more than 140,000 titles. Library card number required.
  • Literary Reference Center (EBSCO)
    Information about authors, works of literature and literary characters, as well as definitions of literary terms and movements, and images of authors. Also includes streaming full-length videos of nearly 100 famous productions of classic plays. Library card number required.
  • NY Times Bestsellers
    Weekly best-selling titles posted by the New York Times.
  • Newark Public Library Guide to Literary Analysis and Criticism
    A selection of authoritative websites for those looking for literary criticism.
  • Novelist (EBSCO)
    Suggestions for fiction reading, including award-winning book lists, discussion guides, recommended reading lists, and more. Library card number required.
  • Novelist for K-8 (EBSCO)
    Suggestions for children’s fiction reading, selected by school media specialists and children’s librarians at NoveList.
  • Poetry and Short Story Reference Center (EBSCO)
    This full-text database provides a historically rich collection of hundreds of thousands of classic and contemporary poems, as well as short stories, biographies and authoritative essays on such topics as poetic forms, movements and techniques—including contemporary content from the finest publishers. Library card number required.
  • Salem Literature
    Access Critical Insights: Authors with articles about Ernest Hemingway, Barbara Kingsolver, and Mark Twain, and Critical Insights: Works, including articles about Death of a Salesman, Dracula, The Grapes of Wrath, The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, To Kill a Mockingbird and many more!


eBooks & Texts

  • Academy of American Poets
    Poem-a-day, texts, videos, essays, and teaching materials.
  • cloudLibrary
    MAIN resource for ebooks and e-audio.
  • Folger Digital Texts
    Read or download the accurate Folger Shakespeare with notes, synopses. Attractive and searchable. Includes the Complete Shakespeare plays and poetry.
  • Google Books
    Search books that are no longer covered by copyright, or the publisher has given permission for inclusion. The result might be a preview of the book, and in some cases the entire text. If it’s in the public domain, you’re free to download a PDF copy.
  • Internet Archive
    Offers more than 15,000,000 freely downloadable books and texts. They also encourage our global community to contribute physical items, as well as uploading digital materials directly to the Internet Archive.
  • Letters of Note
    A compulsive collection of the world’s most entertaining, inspiring and powerful letters. Includes letters by Michelangelo, Salvador Dali, Martin Scorsese, Henry Matisse, Mick Jagger, Vincent van Gogh & many more.
  • ManyBooks
    Books that can be read on most of the reading platforms like eReaders, Kindle, iPads, and Nooks.
  • Open Library
    Read or download classic or modern ebooks. This site aims to catalog every available digital book in the world.
  • Project Gutenberg
    Project Gutenberg offers over 46,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.
  • Project Gutenberg Australia
    Check this site for items not available on the American version, such as George Orwell’s 1984 and “Animal Farm,” and Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse.

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World Music

Free Printable Sheet Music in the Public Domain

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  • American Psychological Association - Parenting Resources
    Resources on parenting practices.
  • Attachment Parenting International
    An organization that supports attachment parenting, and gives information and tools regarding concepts and insights on attachment parenting.
  • Babycenter
    Expert advice on pregnancy and parenting topics.
  • Breastfeeding
    Information and resources about breastfeeding from the Office on Women’s Health.
  • Child Development
    Resources provided by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Child Welfare Information Gateway
    A service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, that provides access to print and electronic publications, websites, databases, and online learning tools for improving child welfare practice, including resources that can be shared with families.
  • FARE: Food Allergy Research and Education
    An organization dedicated to food allergy research, that provides resources regarding food allergies.
  • Healthy Children
    Health resources provided by the American Academy of Pediatrics and member physicians.
  • Human Rights Commission - Explore: Parenting
    Current resources that address the many potential paths to parenthood as well as tools for issues facing LGBTQ-headed families or LGBTQ youth.
  • Kids Health
    The Parenting section of the #1 most-visited website for children’s health and development.
  • National Center for Fathering
    Nonprofit organization that provides training, tools and resources to inspire and equip fathers and father figures to be actively engaged in their children’s lives. Their website provides articles and videos on a number of topics related to fatherhood. Also, available sign up for weekly emails that offer fathering tips, ideas and inspiration.
  • National Stepfamily Resource Center
    The NSRC, a division of Auburn University’s Center for Children, Youth, and Families (CCYF), serves as a clearinghouse of information, linking family science research on stepfamilies and best practices in work with couples and children in stepfamilies.
  • New Jersey Parent Caucus
    Trainings for parents and caregivers of youth with special emotional and behavioral needs.
  • NJ Parent Link
    This website highlights NJ State services and resources for parents. Some Federal and Community resources are included.
  • Parent Toolkit
    An NBC News - Education Nation production designed as a “toolkit to help you navigate your child’s journey from pre-kindergarten through high school. It is a parenting website designed to help you track and support progress at each stage.”
  • Parenting
    The website for US based Parents Magazine - this parenting website has articles and message boards ranging from pre-natal to preK with a vast range of relevant topics and quality writers. It’s fresh and easy to navigate.
  • Parenting Counts
    Provides a developmental timeline and videos to support families and caregivers in raising socially and emotionally healthy children.
  • Planned Parenthood - For Parents
    Resources for talking to children of all ages about bodies, identity, pregnancy and reproduction, relationships, personal safety, and sex and sexuality.
  • SPAN - Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (NJ)
    Information and resources for families with the greatest need due to disability or special health/mental health needs; poverty; discrimination based on race, sex, language, immigrant or homeless status; involvement in the foster care, child welfare, or juvenile justice systems; geographic location; or other special circumstances.
  • StopBullying.gov
    Information for parents on preventing bullying.
  • Today’s Parent
    A great website that offers parents advice, ideas and support!
  • Youth.gov
    Government website that provides resources and information on a number of youth related topics such as bullying prevention, driver safety and mental health.

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Performing Arts


  • New Jersey Arts Council: Resources
    Provides links to national and regional resources, New Jersey state and local resources, county arts agencies, and other related organizations.

Free Movie & TV Streaming

  • Crackle
    Video entertainment network featuring full-length movies, TV shows, and original programming.
  • Crunchyroll
    Streaming anime, manga and dorama.
  • Pluto TV
    Thousands of movies and TV shows.
  • Popcornflix
    Over 1,500 movies, plus TV shows.
  • Tubi TV
    Thousands of movies and TV shows.
  • Watch TV from the 1990s
    Many shows available for this decade.

General Film & TV

  • Common Sense Media
    Offers reviews and recommendations for parents on all types of media.
  • IndieWire
    Film and television news, reviews, interviews, global festival coverage and more.
  • Internet Movie Database
    Comprehensive details on movies, actors, directors, etc.
  • Kids in Mind
    Gives details on violence, sexuality, language, and drug use in films, allowing parents to make informed decisions on what their children can watch.
  • Metacritic
    Aggregator of reviews for movies, TV, music, and games into a single rating or metascore. Individual professional and lay reviews available, as well as new and upcoming releases, and release dates.
  • Rotten Tomatoes
    A critical view of movies.
  • Screen Junkies
    Screen Junkies is an online movie magazine and YouTube channel, owned and operated by Defy Media, that focuses on movies and television.


  • Broadway
    Tickets and information on Broadway and major Off-Broadway shows.
  • Curtain Up
    The Internet theater magazine of reviews, features, annotated listings, on line since 1996.
  • Discover Jersey Arts
    A central clearinghouse of information on the New Jersey cultural scene, including an event search for programs of all sorts within the state.
  • Fun New Jersey: NJ Theater and Play Information
    Comprehensive and complete up-to-date information about NJ playhouses and NJ theatre.
  • Internet Broadway Database (IBDB)
    Official database for Broadway theatre information. Provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.
  • Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC)
    Presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich, and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey.
  • New Jersey Theatre Alliance
    Professional and community theatres throughout NJ.
  • Playbill
    News, features, performance listings for Broadway, Off-Broadway, London and regional theatre.
  • Show Score
    Theater reviews for fans by fans.
  • Theater Development Fund (TDF)
    Become A TDF Member. Find out if you’re eligible for deep discounts on theatre, dance and music.

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Pets & Animals


  • American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
    Dedicated to the prevention of animal cruelty in the United States.
  • Animal Planet
    A spot to stop and learn more about Animal Planet’s educationally based animal shows. Also includes information on pet care.
  • Big Cat Rescue
    An animal sanctuary in Hillsborough County, Florida, which rescues and houses exotic cats, and rehabilitates injured or orphaned native wild cats.
  • The Dodo
    Showcases videos and stories about pets and wild animals.
  • The Elephant Sanctuary
    The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee is the nation’s largest natural-habitat refuge developed specifically for African and Asian elephants.
  • The Humane Society of the United States
    Focuses on stopping animal cruelty.
  • Nat Geo Wild
    One of the most popular sources for animal programming. Largely reality tv based, they offer a myriad of programming appealing to all ages. Some of their most popular shows are easily accessed through the Nat Geo Wild YouTube page.
  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
    One of the leading voices in animal activism.
  • The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
    Operates an orphan elephant rescue and wildlife rehabilitation program in Kenya.
  • Wild Earth
    WildEarth is a South African broadcasting company primarily based at a game reserve in South Africa, focusing on educating people about African wildlife. It includes a daily live safari and lots of animal videos.
  • World Animal News
    Current news about the animal advocacy community.
  • World Wildlife Fund
    An international non-governmental organization founded in 1961 that works in the field of wilderness preservation.

Pet Adoption

  • Adopt-a-Pet
    Works with humane societies, shelters, rescue organizations, adoption groups, SPCA groups and individuals looking to re-home their pets.
  • Petfinder
    Connects high quality, waiting to be adopted pets with new homes and owners. Provides an easily searchable database for patrons to network with over 14,000 adoption agencies and pet shelters.
  • Randolph Regional Animal Shelter
    Handles animal control for Randolph, Dover, and Rockaway Borough. Provides animals for adoption.

Pet Care & Training

  • Bring Fido
    One of the most comprehensive dog travel directories around and has helped over half of a million people travel successfully with their pet.
  • The Cat Site
    Focuses on educating its readers on cat care and promoting the welfare of their feline friends.
  • Cornell College Partners in Animal Health
    Run by faculty and animal experts affiliated with Cornell University. The site is lauded for its educational materials for veterinarians and pet owners.
  • Dogster
    Educates, informs, and encourages visitors on how to best care for their dog.
  • Dogtime
    Covers all things dog including current events in canine culture to advice and insight.
  • PetMD
    A massive compilation of pet health and wellness knowledge.
  • VetStreet
    Connects pet owners with high quality veterinary care and provides owners with the tools and education to create a happy, healthy and lasting relationship with their pets.

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  • All About Birds
    Online guide to birds and bird watching. Includes ID tips, sound and video for over 200 species.
  • Animal Diversity Web
    Includes general information about all species of the animal kingdom.
  • Extreme Science
    World records of science. The biggest, baddest and best and the science behind each.
  • How Stuff Works
    Explains thousands of topics including science, technology, and electronics.
  • GCF Learn Free: Computers
    Online tutorials for learning computer basics from the Goodwill Community Foundation.
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA
    Current information and news about space missions, past and present. Includes images, video and interactive features.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
    Information on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere, climate and weather.
  • Nature.com
    Online magazine covering a wide range of science and medical topics. Browse by topic or by publication.
  • Periodic Table
    Periodic table with user-friendly data and facts about each of the elements.
  • Science Online
    This database offers a broad range of scientific disciplines, organized by subject area and type of resource. Also includes over 1,150 science experiments and activities, arranged by grade range, subject, and time required. Library card number required.
  • U.S. Geological Survey
    Information on the health of our ecosystems and natural resources.
  • Wolfram MathWorld
    An extensive mathematics resource.


  • Live Science
    News articles and reviews on science topics in the natural and technological worlds.
  • New Scientist
    Science news and articles on space, technology, health, economics and genetics from the New Scientist magazine.
  • Popular Science
    Reporting on what’s new and next in technology, science, gadgets, space, green tech, and more.
  • SciCentral
    Reliable and timely free science information in the biosciences, health sciences, physics/chemistry, earth and space, and engineering.
  • Science Daily
    Breaking news and articles in science and technology.


  • arXiv.org
    Open access collection of scholarly articles about physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology and other topics maintained by Cornell University Library.
  • Green File
    Well-researched information covering all aspects of human impact on the environment. Library card number required.
  • Science Direct
    In physical sciences and engineering, life sciences, health sciences and social sciences from Elsevier. Includes open access articles.

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  • AARP
  • Administration on Aging
  • CreativeBug
    Has thousands of award-winning art & craft video classes taught by recognized design experts and artists.
  • National Senior Citizens Law Center
  • Retired Brains
    Provides the best retirement advice for senior citizens, baby boomers and retirees including retirement planning, jobs after retirement and more.
  • RetireWOW
    Celebrates the senior new to retirement.
  • Senior Living
    Get expert advice on all things senior living - from senior housing and safety, to money, health and care.
  • Senior Planet
    Aging with attitude! Courses, programs and activities to help seniors learn new skills, save money, get in shape, and make new friends.
  • Sixty and Me
    An online magazine about life after 60. Topics range from makeup for older women and senior dating to retirement advice and senior travel.
  • Skillful Senior
    A computer skills site which focuses on navigation skills. The site has animated interactive tutorials with voiceover instructions to make learning fun and easy. Skillful Senior covers basic skills, like how to use a mouse, the arrow keys on the keyboard, and how to touch-type.
  • Social Security Administration
  • Suddenly Senior
    Humor, nostalgia, senior advocacy and useful information for seniors 50+.
  • Universal Class
    Access over 500 online courses on topics from A to Z.

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Travel & Geography


  • CDC Travel Advisories
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gives advice on vaccines, as well as disease prevention tips for different countries.
  • Conde Naste Traveler
    Get the latest travel news, guides, tips and ideas. See photos and slideshows of the most beautiful places, best vacation spots and places to visit.
  • Flight Stats
    FlightStats provides definitive information for approximately 99.5% of U.S. flights, and better than 86% of flights worldwide.
  • Fodor’s Travel
    In depth travel guides for worldwide destinations. Includes photo galleries and blog.
  • Frommer’s
    All inclusive destination guides including travel news and deals.
  • Hostelling International USA
    Non-profit group that promotes hostelling.
  • Hotel Guides
    View maps and get directions.
  • Lonely Planet
    All encompassing travel planner with themed travel and forums.
  • Passports
    US Department of State website with information about passports and visas.
  • Saving Places
    Discover historic places visit and help preserve.
  • Smarter Travel
    Chock full of information about traveling and travel destinations.
  • State Department Travel Warnings
    Features travel warnings and alerts from the State Department about travel to other countries based on short and long term political, crime, health, or other issues.
  • Trip Advisor
    Popular website for vacation planning with the most comprehensive traveler written hotel reviews and rankings. Has links to partner sites for comparative pricing and mobile app.
  • Universal Currency Converter
    Provides the conversion for different types of currency.


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