From Baylor University, this list of web links includes both liberal and conservative, separationist and accommodationist organizations and perspectives.
Includes texts of her novels, biography, information about Jane's society, literary significance, etc.
From the Dinur Center Hebrew University. Provides over 5000 web links in 25 categories including Biblical History, Second Temple and Talmudic Era, Medieval Jewish History, Modern Period, Holocaust, and timelines.
Links to Job Banks by state
Highlights the people groups of the world that have the least Christian presence in their midst and to encourage pioneer church-planting among every ethnic people group.
Journal of Biological Databases and Curation (Oxford Press Journal), v.1- 2009- [Open Access] provides an open access platform for the presentation of novel ideas in database research and biocuration, and aims to help strengthen the bridge between database developers, curators, and users. Huge volumes of primary data are archived in numerous open-access databases, and with new generation technologies becoming more common in laboratories, large datasets will become even more prevalent. The archiving, curation, analysis and interpretation of all of these data are a challenge. Database development and biocuration are at the forefront of the endeavor to make sense of this mounting deluge of data.
Online resources for sociology students and teachers.