Materials to help you study and learn the basic of a wide variety of subject areas. These materials can also help you study for taking the G.E.D. examination.
17th to 18th Century
- Examples of utopian literature from the 17th to 18th centuries.
19th Century Utopian Literature
- Examples of utopian literature in the 19th century.
- This course surveys art of America from the colonial era through the post-war 20th century. We will consider broad stylistic tendencies in various regions and periods and examine specific artists and works of art in historical and social contexts, with emphasis on the congruent evolution of contemporary American multi-cultural identity.
B.C. to 16th Century
- Examples of utopian literature between B.C. and the 16th century.
Bruce's Unusual Typing Wizard
- Downloadable typing tutor for Windows. Available in English and Dutch.
Early 20th Century Utopian Literature
- Examples of utopian literature in the early 20th century.
Late 20th Century Utopian Literature
- Examples of utopian literature in the late 20th century.
MathTrax: The Intelligent Math Tutor
- MathTrax is a graphing tool for middle school and high school students to graph equations, physics simulations or plot data files; for approximately 6-12th grade levels.
- An interactive site which can function as a graphing, scientific, matrix, or statistics calculator. Also available in Spanish and Chinese.
Mid 20th Century Utopian Literature
- Examples of utopian literature in the mid 20th century.
National Geomagnetism Program
- Learn about magnetic fields, USGS research programs, and geomagnetism operations.
- Discussion and examples of utopias, dystopias, ecotopias, and other speculative fiction.
What is a Utopia?
- A utopia can be defined as an ideal or perfect place or state, or any visionary system of political or social perfection. Read more to learn about utopian societies.