Finding Darwin Information on the Web
- Darwin's Written Works
- The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online
[Cambridge University, UK]
A single site for all of Darwin's published and unpublished writings, including a major catalog of Darwin's publications and manuscripts worldwide.
- Darwin Correspondence Project [Cambridge University, UK] - Searchable database of Darwin's complete correspondence, including annotations and biographical material.
- Works about Darwin and Evolution
- Video & Audio
- For Kids
- Academic Earth - Free lectures from Berkeley, Yale, Stanford and more.
- Google Books - Search the full text of thousands of digitized books.
- Books in copyright are partially viewable in "preview" or "snippet" mode; out-of-copyright books can be read in their entirety.
- Google Video - Find videos across the Web.
- Internet Archive - Established to "provide universal access to human knowledge." Find out-of-copyright full-text books, historic photographs, moving images, audio/music files, etc.
- iTunes Free software from Apple that provides a searchable store containing some free audio and video offerings.
Try searching for "iTunes U" (for university lectures) or "UC Berkeley lectures."
- MIT OpenCourseWare - Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT.
- Project Gutenberg - Over 28,000 free, full-text out-of-copyright books.
- YouTube - Find videos
- WorldCat.org - Find books and other materials in libraries near you.
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