— William Upski Wimsatt (via radicalginger)
1) View scans of hundred of ancient books with Rare Book Room’s massive collection. The website is easy to navigate and will leave you wandering from classics like A Midsummer Night’s Dream to drawings of Renaissance naturalists.
2) Google Earth is a rich resource for exploring foreign streets. Virtually visit the Great Pyramid at Giza, Stonehenge, and the Statue of Liberty in panoramic glory.
3) From Occupy protests to the Great wall of China, Panoramas.dk hosts stunning panoramas. The immersive photos are the best alternative to visiting historical sites yourself.
4) Quizlet allows you to explore and create learning tools for free. The online tool will help you create flashcards, quizzes, and drill games, while giving you access to materials other learners have already compiled.
5) Education Portal helps you learn basic highschool and college level courses through short animated videos, transcripts, and quizzes.