AMSER is a portal of educational resources and services built specifically for use by those in Community and Technical Colleges but free for anyone to use.
AMSER is funded by the National Science Foundation.
MathDL is an NSDL Pathway Project created and maintained by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). It is a combination and extension of the previous MathDL, a collection within NSDL, and the earlier MAA Pathway Project, Math Gateway. It combines many features of the earlier two projects.
The Math Forum is the comprehensive resource for math education on the Internet. Some features include a K-12 math expert help service, an extensive database of math sites, online resources for teaching and learning math, plus much more.
Web site for statistical computation; probability; linear correlation and regression; chi-square; t-procedures; t-tests; analysis of variance; ANOVA; analysis of covariance; ANCOVA; parametric; nonparametric; binomial; normal distribution; Poisson distribution; Fisher exact; Mann-Whitney; Wilcoxon; Kruskal-Wallis; Richard Lowry, Vassar College
MathWorldTM is the web's most extensive mathematical resource, provided as a free service to the world's mathematics and internet communities as part of a commitment to education and educational outreach by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica.
FilmSound.org serves as an essential learning space dedicated to aspects of film sound. The site is organized in sections that include links to articles (from practical to scholarly) on how sound is used in films. There are also links to articles on the history of film sound and questions and answers, sound effects libraries, bibliography, and resources on related topics such as film music and sound in animation films. Terms (technical or affective) covered in the glossary are defined concisely with examples or descriptions of their use by filmmakers and links to other definitions or classifications.
Welcome to Internet Archive's Live Music library. etree.org is a community committed to providing the highest quality live concerts in a lossless, downloadable format. The Internet Archive has teamed up with etree.org to preserve and archive as many live concerts as possible for current and future generations to enjoy.
VoiceofDance.com has become a major resource for dance fans, dance professionals and dance students. The database technology at the core of the site cross-references this information in a fully integrated way that is not possible in the off-line world. The site has been a true pioneer in bringing the community of dance onto the Internet.
Performing Arts in America 1875 -1923, a web site of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, captures a glimpse of this world. With visual and audio images drawn from the extensive archival collections at The Library, the site features an authentic look at this past, from the Broadway theater and Tin Pan Alley to the art of dancer Loie Fuller and composer Charles Griffes, all brought to you in original documents. Captured in the then new techniques of photography, recorded sound, and film, the performing arts of the early twentieth century come alive as never before, preserved by The New York Public Library and brought to you a century later via the Internet.
The Masters of Cinema Series
The Masters of Cinema organisation was founded in 2001 and was initially unrelated to Eureka Entertainment Ltd. The four co-founders of MoC were spread around the world (Canada, USA, and the UK) and together they contributed to the popular website mastersofcinema.org—a touchstone for the worldwide cinephile community. In early 2004, Masters of Cinema began collaborating with Eureka on The Masters of Cinema Series and in late 2008 Eureka consolidated their investment in the Series by acquiring the Masters of Cinema organization outright. The Masters of Cinema Series is now a wholly owned label of Eureka Entertainment Ltd, London.