This website lists political information that users can browse. When they come across an issue of interest, users can click the issue to access additional information.
Ed Tech Category: Article Library
Fandom is platform that allows users to share their thoughts and reviews about literature to a broader community as well as contribute to wiki-style articles
This website is from the New York Times, and it highlights current events and opinions written specifically for students.
This website provides an entire suite of Google products for teachers and students. Of particular interest is the “Teaching Resources” tab that includes tools for multiple purposes, and users are encouraged to explore this tab for tools that meet their … Continued
This website provides multiple resources dedicated to math. With the menu on the top right of the screen, users can select a topic and then access the content, which includes written and video-based information.
A website that translate recent scientific research into more of a news article format.
A searchable database of scholarly works that includes the number of times each work has been cited (note that full access is not available for all works)
A searchable database of academic journals about a range of topics with free access to all articles
A database of articles that can be searched by keyword and adjusted by Lexile score, and it does not require students to login to access content. However, teachers and students will get access to additional features (e.g., comment on articles, … Continued
A database of news articles that is searchable by content area and keyword, and the articles’ readability can be adjusted by Lexile score. Additional features are available for teachers, including the ability to create classes, assign articles, and use comprehension … Continued