The Whole Ed Catalog



The Internet is the gateway to an overwhelming sea of information, and whether you "Navigate" or "Explore" (or even "Browse") you can easily find yourself up to your neck in bilgewater. "Surfing" from one topic to another as the mood takes you can be interesting and fun, but it's no way to find the treasures of the new world of cyberspace. What you need is a map.

Discovering internet resources takes time and effort. Choosing the most complete, authoritative, and concise resources requires judgement. Linking to those resources in meaningful ways calls for web authoring skills. In short, creating and maintaining a subject specialist guide like this is a big job. I want to thank the readers who have sent in their comments, suggestions, and favorite links, without whom this site would be far less complete, and request your participation.

There are four ways to contact The Whole Ed Catalog:

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