Reference Roundup

Item #1 - LearnAlberta's ORC
The Online Reference Centre is a mostly overlooked resource for every classroom in Alberta. Special arrangements have been made with providers of top-quality reference materials to make them available to all students and teachers in the province. Have you seen them?

The Alberta Online Encyclopedia:
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The Atlas of Canada:
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The Canadian Encyclopedia:
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The Canadian Reference Centre:
A database of articles from Canadian magazines and newspapers, CBC radio and TV transcripts and much more.
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And that isn't even half of it. You have to see it for yourself.

Item #2 - Dictionary & Thesaurus Online
Merriam-Webster is a trusted dictionary. When they offer an online spot to look up definitions, synonyms and antonyms, you know you can have faith in the results.
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Item #3 - Another dictionary & thesaurus
It's terribly easy to find. The address says it all: 'dictionary.com'.
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Item #4 - English/French/Italian/Spanish/German Dictionary
It's a small world. Do you need to find the meaning of a German word? Find out how to say hippopotamus in Spanish? Here is the place to explore the world of languages (or languages of the world).
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