- About Us
Learn the history of the K-12 Internet Resource Center site and how it has changed over the years from it's beginnings in 1995.
- Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to some frequently asked questions about the K-12 Internet Resource Center.
- Why Is This Site Different?
View a slide show we've created introducing the K-12 Internet Resource Center.
- Help Spread The Word
We've printed up postcard sized flyers promoting the K-12 Internet Resource Center. If you would like some, please let us know.
- What's New
Check out a list of recent additions and updates to the K-12 Internet Resource Center.
- Join Our Newsletter List
Sign up to get the quarterly K-12 Internet Resource Center newsletter.
- Past Newsletters
View past K-12 Internet Resource Center newsletters and learn more about the site.
- Talks And Publications
The K-12 Internet Resource Center has given talks and provided content for a number of organizations, including Stanford University and The Exploratorium.
- Table of Contents
An outline list or site map of the of K-12 Internet Resource Center site contents.
- Your Feedback
Use this page to let us know your questions, comments and concerns for the K-12 Internet Resource Center.
- Contact Us
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