Adult and Continuing Education:
Distance Learning on the Internet
Indiana University South Bend Extended Learning Services - Continuing Education provides quality educational opportunities for lifelong learning that complement the greater mission of Indiana University South Bend in order to meet and respond to the changing educational and economic development needs of our students.
Elderhostel Provides information on travel programs for seniors.
Awesome Library organizes the Web with 33,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
Education World a complete online resource where educators can start each day to find the lesson plans and research materials they are looking for.
Educator's Reference Desk Search lesson plans by subject or keyword, limit to grade level.
The Library in the Sky Provides a database containing 1,420 educational Web sites.
New York Times Learning Network
The Gateway to Educational Materials (U.S. Department of Education)
Students.gov helps students learn how to plan and pay for higher education, and provides a one-stop shopping center to a wide range of general government information.
College Is Possible Sponsored by The Coalition of America's Colleges and Universities, the College Is Possible web site is a great resource for students of all ages. College Is Possible includes useful articles on how to prepare for college, how to choose a college, and how to pay for college.
Kaplan Educational Centers Kaplan, the popular test preparation service, offers free information and advice on many kinds of standardized tests, including the PSAT, the ACT, the SAT I and II, the GRE, the TOEFL, the GMAT, the LSAT, and others.
Essay Edge The Essay Edge website offers essay editing services. Depending on the level of service you require, services run from $30 to over $200. However, the site has other useful information, like tips on writing a good college application essay and sample essays.
College Board The College Board website allows students to register for the SAT and other College Board tests, search for a college, and apply to colleges. Users can search by location, type of school, financial aid, etc. to find schools that match specific preferences.
U.S. News and World Report College Rankings The place to get U. S. News & World Report's famous college and graduate school rankings. Also offers advice on finding the right college and pursuing financial aid.
CollegeXpress At CollegeXpress, students can apply online to various colleges and universities. Students can also find articles on finding financial aid, choosing a college, student life, and student athletics.
The Princeton Review The Princeton Review site allows students to enter personal information and store it for colleges they might be interested in. Colleges then search the database and may contact students by e-mail. Princeton Review also offers help finding scholarships and other forms of financial aid, and help choosing colleges, graduate schools, majors, and careers.
About.com: College Admissions
Education USA Includes an undergraduate/graduate college selection database, and information about career outlooks, financial aid and test preparation.
Peterson's Educational Center Includes a best picks college selection database, information about distance learning and test preparation guides.
Crosswalk.com Provides information on homeschooling, as well as news, entertainment and devotionals.
Homeschooling from About.com
ADDA: National Attention Deficit Disorder Association
CHADD: Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder
Child Development Institute
Learning Disabilities Online