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Using URL's ...Time to Exercise!

After you type in the URL...follow the links to get to the information you want.


1. Here's what you want to help a high school senior find information on Hantivirus Pulmonary Syndrome

http://www.cdc.gov

Health Information -->
Additional Disease Areas -->:
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome -->
All About Hantavirus : Cause, prevalence and prevention information
2. You've assigned your third graders a report due the various state symbols of Ohio. Here's a good spot for them to work with.

http://www.oplin.lib.oh.us

Discover Ohio -->
Facts About Ohio -->
Ohio Citizen's Digest
3. You'd like your class to read and compare a copy of the President's remarks at Arlington National Cemetary with the Gettysburg address. Give them a gentle nudge in the right direction by going here.

http://www.whitehouse.gov

White House Virtual Library -->
All Whitehouse Features Combined -->
Set the date and use the search term ARLINGTON
4. High school economics project - Just where could a small business owner find information on financing a new business?</5>

http://www.sbaonline.sba.gov

Financing your business

5. You decide to work in baseball stats with your math instruction. What a great way to keep track of the Reds!

http://www.majorleaguebaseball.com

Major League Baseball -->
Nation League
6. You've found the Newbery Winners with help from the librarian. Now you need to find a copy of the Ohio Buckeye Book Awards and criteria. You'd also like the logo.

http://winslo.state.oh.us/libresou.html

Awards -->
Buckeye Children's Book Award
7. A student is working on a presentation on goats. There are plenty of titles on goats in the library...but everything is loaned out. Here's how you can help.

http://netvet.wustl.edu

NetVet-->
Electronic Zoo -->
Animals-->
Small Ruminants-->
Goats
8. Some kids are doing a geography project by planning a ski vacation to Park City, Utah. How far is it from Columbus and what's the latitude and logitude?

http://www.indo.com/distance

How Far Is It?

9. What is esperanto? Your principal has asked you to teach it next year?

http://www.june29.com/HLP

Human Languages Page -->
Languages & Literature-->
Esperanto
10. Where in what play is the quote "to sleep: perchance to dream" found?

http://the-tech.mit.edu/Shakespeare/works.html

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare -->
search the texts
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Date of last revision: 3/30/98