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.
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This website provides information about a range of political topics, including a list of trending issues, quizzes to self-assess user’s own views, and information about politicians, among other resources.
This tool by the US Census shows an overview of the population in the world as well as the United States.
This tool allows users to adjust variables (e.g., life expectancy, the number of children per woman, ratio of boys and girls) and then run simulations that shows growth or decline in the world’s population based on those variables.
This website allows users to post math questions and respond to questions posted by other users in forums. To locate the forum, users can click the dropdown menus on the top of the screen and view the different available forums.
This website provides essential information for using intellectual property. Users can search for information by topics, including general information about copyright along with specific information about copyrights, patents, trademarks, industrial designs, geographic indications, and trade secrets.
This website provides a searchable glossary of literary devices and a huge list of themes.
This website provides a large, ever-growing collection of images and content users can access for free.
This is a government website that contains detailed information about copyright law in the United States. This website includes a series of videos that explains pertinent issues and topics surrounding copyright law.
This glossary provides a list of commonly used math terms.