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Study Smart With These Sites

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There's a wealth of free reference information -- even entire books -- on the Web that students will find useful. Here are some of the best links.

In 2001 and 2003, I compiled back-to-school lists of useful websites. Given how fast things change on the Internet, now seems a good time to update the list.

"Back to school" often means buying tech equipment, some of which is dauntingly expensive. But as long as you have a way to access the Internet, you can use these sites in the true spirit of the Internet, whether they were established by a corporation, a nonprofit group or a lone, lovable geek.

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