A lot of information is posted by educators as part of their teaching or sharing information with colleagues

An educator or student with an interest in sharing information may write an article and post it as part of his or her personal web site. Generally, these are unpublished articles--if an article is going to be or has been published in a scholarly journal, the journal may own the copyright and the author can't post it without permission. College professors also post information that they're using for a class. Sometimes if they've authored a textbook, you can find chapters or portions of chapters on a class web site.

College students and, increasingly, high school students post information about projects they've done for classes. If part of the assignment was designing a Website for the information, the information and the site may be quite sophisticated and useful.

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