Resource Sites

State Sources

Web Searches No Child Left Behind Copyright

State Data Support Services

State Educator Access Sites

State Teacher Resources

Web Navigation, Search and Evaluation Resources and Examples

Directories are used when you want to locate general information on a broad topic. They are arranged by subject and usually will refer to the "top level" of Web sites, rather than to individual Web site pages.

Search Engines are useful when you know specific pieces of the information that you are seeking, such as titles, phrases, technical language, a known document, image or place.

Meta Search Engines allow you to search multiple databases. They are useful for hard-to-find information.

Specialty Search Engines are used for locating specialized information. 

Web Portals are not search engines, but do provide a wealth of content and services.

How-to-Search Resources

No Child Left Behind

Introduction and PowerPoint:

Dr. Hawley’s TIE Conference PowerPoint provides an overview of NCLB and South Dakota

Newsletter Archive:

Copyright and Fair Use