The following is an alphabetical list of resources that are linked to pages in the Projects section of this site.

Africa Business.

Albion: Netiquette Home Page.

American Rhetoric.

American Psychological Association (APA) Style.


BBC Learning English, Business English.

BBC News.

Barron's Online.


Better Business Bureau.


biz/ed Virtual Learning Arcade, Break Even Analysis.

BizHelp: Market Research, Questionnaires.

The Branding of America

Breaking News, Business English Lesson Plans & Podcasts.

Britannica Encyclopedia.

Business Dictionary.

Business English Exercises.

Business Idea Center.

Business Ideas on a Budget, 10 Legitimate Businesses You Can Start for Under $20.

Business Netiquette International.

Business Presentations and Public Speaking in English, from English Club.

Business Presentations, from Toastmaster International.

BusinessVision: How to Design a Questionnaire.

Career Builder.

Career Center, University of Oregon.

CIA World Factbook.


Cambridge Dictionary.

Coca Cola.

CollegeGrad: Entry Level Resumes.

Conducting an Industry Analysis [PDF].

Consumer Reports.

DMOZ Open Directory Project/Business.

Dave's ESL Cafe: Discussion Forums.

Designing Surveys & Questionnaire Design, A Tutorial from StatPac.




Economic Education Web.

The Economist.


eHow: How to Make Your Résumé Shine.

ePALS Classroom Exchange.

ESL Café Web Guide: Email Keypals.


Evaluating Internet Resources, from Educator's Reference Desk.

Evaluation Plan for Letters (Rubrics).

Federal Reserve Bank of New York: Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) Simulation.

Financial Dictionary.

Financial Dictionary.

Foundation for Teaching Economics: EFL Economics Lesson Plans and Simulations.


Google News.


History Place, Great Speeches.


How Stuff Works, Money & Business.

IATEFL Business English Special Interest Group.


IEEE: E-mail Netiquette Guidelines.

Industry Analysis: The Five Forces, by Cole Ehmke, Joan Fulton, Jay Akridge, Kathleen Erickson, and Sally Linton [PDF].

IndustryMasters, Real-Time Business Simulation.

Informatist, Business Simulation Game.

Internet Public Library, Business & Economics.

Investopedia's Industry Handbook.



Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC).

LavaMinds: Gazillionaire (free, downloadable Windows software).


Linguistic Funland.


Market Research, Questionnaires, from BizHelp.


Merriam-Webster Dictionary

Microsoft Templates (go to "Small Business Collection").

Modern Language Association (MLA), Style Guide., Career Advice

NY Times Job Market.

Online Business Dictionary.

Online Writing Lab (OWL), Purdue University: Professional Writing Handouts and Resources.

Online Writing Lab (OWL), Purdue University: Your Resume.

PennState:On line Interactions and Communication.

Perfect Competition, Business Strategy Game.


Principles of Entrepreneurship, from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Information Programs.

Professional Development for Educators: Rubrics

Public Broadcasting System (PBS):

Quintessential Careers.


Roadside Attractions, from the U.S. National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans.



Small Business Research Portal.

Survey Console: Free Survey Template Library.

Teach-Nology Rubric Maker.

ThomasNet Community Forums.


Time Zone Converter.

The Top 25 Home-Based Business Ideas

University of Oregon Career Center. Business Data and Statistics

U.S. Library of Congress: Country Studies.

U.S. Library of Congress: Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry.

U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

U.S. National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans:

U.S. Small Business Administration (in English and in Spanish), Free Online Courses.

Vault, Corporate Diversity Program Snapshots.

Voice of America (VOA) Learning English..

Voices of Discovery from Smithsonian Regional Programs.

WWW Unit Converter.


Wheat Farms, Flour Mills, and Railroads: A Web of Interdependence, from the U.S. National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places Lesson Plans.

World News Network.

World Factbook (CIA)., Currency Converter.

Yahoo News.

Your Dictionary.

YouTube Your Business with Online Video, by Darrell Zahorsky.

YouTube, Science and Technology.

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