The WISPRENN guide to the Internet

Table of contents:
Education - Take advantage of knowledge.

  • - An online collaborative free encyclopedia. There are more than 75,000 active contributors working on more than 14,000,000 articles in more than 260 languages. As of October 2009, there are 3,067,417 articles in English.

  • - A social cataloging web application for storing and sharing personal library catalogs and book lists.

  • - A place for young readers to come, for discussion, for recommendations, to make recommendations, and generally share their love of reading. All the book reviews here are books for young readers, and readers that are young at heart.

  • - A community that is passionate about finding and sharing the greatest travel places (hotels, restaurants, attractions, hidden gems, etc.) worldwide. Unlike many other travel sites where you would consume reviews of individual hotels, restaurants, or sights, on Ruba you can explore full guides, which are collections of the best places.

  • - Free academic video courses from leading universities. Videos of full-length lectures from top universities like MIT, Stanford and Harvard on topics ranging from Chemistry to Mathematics to Psychology.

  • - An online learning network designed to help high-school students deepen their understanding of important subjects and better prepare for college through video-based courses designed and taught by expert teachers from across the country.

  • - An online tutoring platform, where parents and students can safely connect with trusted educators who provide one-on-one tutoring, homework help or self-paced learning.

  • - TED is well-known for its annual, invitation-only conference devoted to "ideas worth spreading". TED is famous for its lectures, known as TED Talks, which originally focused on technology, entertainment and design, but have now expanded in scope to a broad set of topics including science, arts, politics, education, culture, business, global issues, technology and development. Speakers have included such people as former U.S. President Bill Clinton, U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown, molecular biologist James D. Watson, physicist Murray Gell-Mann, former Vice President of the United States Al Gore, political scientist Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Zoologist Jane Goodall, and Billy Graham.