Free Web Resources

 

Below is a list of internet resources that may be of interest in the community. These vary from book review websites, to local social services, to resources for searching and research on the web. Check back, we’re always adding new links!

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Book & Reading Resources

Looking for that next great book? Check out these book review sites!

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Community & Social Services

One-stop shopping for local social services and community support organizations.

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Evaluating Information

There’s a lot of information on the internet and in the media. Here are some resources to help you decide what information sources can be trusted.

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Free Education Resources & Experiences

There are a wealth of local sites, available for free, that make great family trips.

Check out the website Real Lancaster County for more info on these sites and more!
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Government Information & Statistics

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Health & Medical Resources

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Homeschooling Resources

These are great educational resources, organizations, and tools. Also check out our Resources for Parents page.

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Job and Career Readiness

These are local organizations to help you get ready for your new job or career.

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Library Resources

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 Local & General Interest

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Music Resources

  • Ukulele Uprising – local ukulele group, centered in Lancaster City, and welcoming to all levels of players. Their site features lots of tools for learning how to play the ukulele.
  • Ukulele Underground – a national ukulele group, with educational resources for learning the ukulele.
  • Ukulele Tricks – another website devoted to learning how to play the ukulele.
  • Richard G’s Ukulele Songbook – a website devoted to ukulele songs!
  • Ukulele Boogaloo – more ukulele music as well as chord charts
  • Uketastic – a British blog featuring songs of all levels

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Research on the Web

Search Engines

  • Ask.com
  • Bing
  • Dogpile
  • Google
  • RefSeek.com – a new search engine for students and researchers. Includes a directory of reference sources.
  • Wolfram Alpha – a new internet search engine, described as “a computational knowledge engine,” perfect for STEM-field questions.
  • Yahoo

Biographical Resources

Directories

General Reference

Geographical Resources

Social Sciences and History

Literature and Language

Science and Medicine

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