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 December 17, 2014