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Link 1800Wheelchair.com Scholarships for education!
Scholarships! Established in 2006, the 1800wheelchair scholarship now awards two $500 scholarship each year. Our past essays have explored mobility issues on campus and much more.
Link Houston Branch of the International Dyslexia Association
For information and support on issues pertaining to Dyslexia, and what Dyslexia is and is not. Did you know? "Dyslexia is one kind of language-based learning problem that can fall anywhere on the spectrum of annoyance to severe limitation. It affects more than reading and is usually experienced for life. It is more common than any other kind of learning disability. And, it responds to expert, informed instruction - the provision of which remains our greatest challenge." Louisa Cook Moats, Ed.D. Perspectives on Language and Literacy, Winter 2008
Link Troff document Organization Worksheet for Compare/Contrast
Link Theater Captioning: Back to the Future
Link Miniature Horse Service Animal Rights Under The ADA Law
Link ECMAScript program Web Typography: 100 Educational Resources, Tools and Techniques
Link Online Tutoring
AskOnline Online Tutoring – You can access online tutors 24/7/365. Upload questions and/or papers and get a response to download within 24 hours. Papers in the social sciences, humanities, and other disciplines receive two tutor reviews – one for content and one for grammar, structure, and organization. A five-minute video on the log-in page -- www.hccs.askonline.net -- completely explains how the system works. Use your HCC student ID number (w+) as your User ID and your birth date (mm/dd/yyyy) as your initial password.
Link Research and Documentation Source
Complete source for conducting research and documenting sources in Humanities, Social Sciences, History, Sciences
Link MLA Research Paper Example
Link MLA Formatting and Writing Guide
Purdue Owl - Excellent guid for writing and formatting papers.
Link ECMAScript program World Climates
An extensive climate database for thousands of places around the world.
Link World Atlas
This website is home to atlases and guides to areas around the globe, and even contains special features such as a geography “book of the week“ and geography quizzes.
Link Ethnologue
An extensive database and reference work that catalogues the world’s nearly 7,000 known living languages.
Link ULAW (Sun) audio U.S. Census Bureau
The U.S. Census Bureau web site has population data and other demographic data on U.S. places, a map surfer application that shows U.S. maps, U.S. zip code information, and a plethora of additional useful information.
Link application/x-msdos-program [email protected]
A smorgasbord of geography information can be found on this site, where you can find up-to-date geography related news stories and a wide variety of helpful geography-related information.
Link ULAW (Sun) audio Population Reference Bureau
The Population Reference Bureau has a wealth of population statistics, issues and graphics that cover the world’s regions. It also includes special focus areas on the environment, HIV/AIDS, population trends, and reproductive health.
Link Troff document Nations Online Project
This website was constructed to help improve cross-cultural understanding and international awareness. Here you can find background information on countries around the world as well as news from around the world.
Link National Weather Service Forecast Office - Houston/Galveston, Texas
Find out more about local weather and climate patterns and trends on this website, including information about hurricane tracking. You can also find the short term and long term weather forecasts for the Houston/Galveston area.
Link application/x-maker CIA World Factbook
This website provides geographical information on all of the countries across the planet as well as reference maps and flags of the world.
Link BBC News, World Edition
A tremendous, well-rounded website that offers news from around the world, brought to you by the British Broadcasting Corporation.