New to the web? Start with these recommended webpages.

New to the web? Start with these recommended webpages.

Recommended Websites

Ready to take advantage of the web, but not sure where to start? Take a look at these recommended websites. Find important information, automate tasks, and discover something new at any of these sites.

wikipedia.org

A massive, collaborative online encyclopedia. Read up on some new subjects, or make your own contribution by editing a topic you know a lot about.

google.com/maps

Get directions, measure distances, plan routes, and explore! Google Maps has a ton of tools that make it easy to explore new areas or map routes to favorite destinations.

youtube.com

Free videos on every subject you can imagine. Watch a cooking lesson, find funny cat videos, or catch up on some news. 

snopes.com

Did you get a suspicious-looking e-mail, or hear an odd rumor? Visit Snopes to verify or debunk the latest in Internet lore and scams.

bigoven.com

An online recipe organizer, grocery list, and menu planner. If you are a dedicated home cook or a beginner just starting out, there is a tool or a recipe here to help you.

uhls.org

Find your local library, search for books, browse e-books, and more. If you are looking to get online and try some new things, your local library is a great place to start.

Contact

Sarah McFadden
Digital Literacy Resource Educator
sem285@cornell.edu
(518) 272-4210 ext 129

Last updated February 6, 2019