Us Gov sites
An important site yet will be known by most. Much primary data.
Through the University of North Texas, but serves as a point to request docs from members of congress
Another source for primary data.
Links to PDF stats that all should know
The US gov meta search tool
Serious archive of media. Major tool
Large archive site with primary data
The DC paper, Roll Call sponsors this tool for researching congress votes
Sample of an active, partisan sponsored blog that includes streaming embed files.
an important app/site. Imporatnt because of the mix of site and application
While this search tool is limited to many for-pay destinations. It is worth knowing the direction of academic search tools. Also note the full-text possibilities.
Great site with tools and archive and links. Sort of a “secondary-school” flavor.
Worth noting when corporate interests get involved. Example of what’s wrong with advert sites.
What is replacing the print papers. Lost of fluff as time passes.
A biased albeit interesting tool for students to note categorization.
A political (no doubt partisan) site that is clean and easy to use.
The academic version of WordPress.
Slate is Newsy of course, but is an example of a streaming media mix. With great blog use.
Looked and found little on assistive technology
The entry level for research but can be shared and stored etc…
Nice reference site.
Tech should include handhelds
“death of E mail” thoughts.
Social Networking, Blogs, Twitter.
Cut equick demos of al that new and ha not been seen.
Need hip flashy timeline app, and concept map use.