Selected Internet Resources - Science Fair Projects
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Scientist - http://earth.thesphere.com/SAS/SciAm/sciamidx.html
Complete index (1952-present) to all projects listed in "The Amateur Scientist" column
printed in the Scientific American. Articles must be obtained from Scientific
American or libraries.
Intel International Science
and Engineering Fair - http://www.sciserv.org/isef/
The top science fair competition for grades 9-12. Winners compete for scholarships,
tuition grants, science equipment and scientific field trips.
Library - http://www.ipl.org/youth/projectguide/
Extensive guide providing links to sites covering all aspects of science
Science Teachers Association (NSTA) -http://www.nsta.org/main/sciencesites/default.asp?category=16
Websites recommended by NSTA members and non-members.
Student Research Center - http://www.nsta.org/onlineresources/links/sciencefair/
Links to sites containing information, examples and resources for science
fairs, classroom activities and for publication.
Fair Central - http://school.discovery.com/sciencefaircentral
Offers information for students, teachers and parents. Also provides link
to Janice VanCleave's "Science for fun" web site.
Project Index - http://ascpl.lib.oh.us/scifair/sftp.htm
An electronic database index of science experiments published in 1990 and
after. Produced by the Akron-Summit County Public Library. Print editions
cover years 1973-1989.
Projects - http://members.aol.com/ScienzFair/ideas.htm
Arranged by subject categories, site offers projects for students fro, elementary
to high school. Most ideas have a link to either a project or background
informtaion on the topic.
Ultimate Science Fair Resource - http://www.scifair.org/
A guide to all steps involved in a science project along with
links to other project guide sites and to science subject area sites. A link
is also given for a source for science fair supplies for students, teachers and
Virtual Science Fair
Homepage - http://www.csun.edu/~lg48405/
Science fair projects in electronic format.
Virtual Library: Science Fairs - http://physics.usc.edu/~gould/ScienceFairs/
Listing of local, regional, state, national and international
science fair sites available through the World Wide Web. A section on virtual
fairs is also included.
For additional web sites and resources on science fair projects
Ebenezer. Jazlin V. Science on the internet: a resource for
Upper Saddle River, NJ, Merrill, c1999. 180 p.
Alan. Science fair success using the internet.
Enslow Publishers, Inc., c1999. 112 p.
Renehan, Edward. Science on the web: a connoisseur's
guide to over 500 of the best,
most useful, and most fun science websites. New York,
NY, Springer, c1996. 382 p.
Sills, Thomas W. Science fun in Chicagoland: a quide for
parents and teachers;
describing over 1,000 resources, including over 600 from around
2nd ed. Chicago, IL, Dearborn Resources, c1999.
Science Tracer Bullet: Science Fair Projects - http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/tracer-bullets/scifairtb.html
Compiled by Joyce Howland. Washington, D.C. Reference Section,
Science and Technology
16 p. (TB 97-4).
See also Tracer Bullet titles on Space
Science Projects (TB
Science Projects (TB 97-6),
Projects in Biology (TB 93-6).
Compiled by Joyce Howland