Internet Resources for Science and Mathematics Education, collected by Tom O'Haver.

[Main Index] [New and Notable] [Education] [Mathematics] [Integrated Science and Mathematics] [Physics and Astronomy] [Chemistry] [Biology, Biochemistry, and Natural History] [Earth Science and Paleontology] [Computers and Technology] [Downloadable software] [Pages by and for K-12 schools] [Multicultural connections] [History of Science] [Art connections] [Music connections] [Subject Catalogs and indices] [Search tools] [Family and personal interest] [State of Maryland and the Local Area]

Multicultural connections (updated March, 2001)

  1. Muslim Scientists and Islamic Civilization
  2. The Faces of Science: African-Americans in the Sciences
  3. Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
  4. Biographies of Women Mathematicians
  5. Distinguished Women of Past and Present
  6. 4000 Years of Women in Science
  7. The African-American Mosaic
  8. Resources for Diversity
  9. Minority On-Line Information System (MOLIS)
  10. MELANET - The Uncut Black Experience
  11. NIH Black Scientists Association
  12. The Universal Black Pages
  13. Documenting the African American Experience
  14. ABORIGINAL STAR KNOWLEDGE: Native American Astronomy
  15. American Indian Computer Art Project
  16. Oneida Indian Nation of NY
  17. National Museum of the American Indian
  18. Lisa Mitten's Native American Sites
  19. The Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture
  20. National Museum of African Art
  21. African Studies WWW (U. Penn)
  22. K-12 Electronic Guide for African Resources on the Internet
  23. Arab World and Islamic Resources
  24. Brian's Blackboard: Information for African-American Educators
  25. KIDLINK Multi-Cultural Calendar
  26. The Oriental Institute Museum
  27. Japan Window: A US-Japan Collaboration for Internet-based Japan Information
  28. Ask Asia, free education resources from Asia Society
  29. Multicultural Mathematics and Science: Effective K-12 Practices for Equity.
  30. Multicultural Perspectives in Mathematics Education
  31. Educating All, from New Horizons for Learning
  32. Multicultural Resources from Teacher Zone