*Broad Research Platforms*

* Broad Research Platforms

Here you will find the following references to a broad range of research platforms:

Wikipedia - find out what is currently known about any topic. Visit the free online encyclopedia and get access to over million articles, images, and sources

Dictionary.com - a popular online dictionary with almost million entries covering everything from slang and colloquialisms to slang and idioms to thesaurus-style synonyms.

Google Scholar - Google's academic research platform, making theses and dissertations, peer-reviewed journal articles, and other academic content available to everyone.

CIA World Factbook - a reference book and a central source of information on the current state of the world. It is produced by the Central Intelligence Agency and is updated every week or so.

US Bureau of Labor Statistics (Occupational) - an agency of the U.S. Department of Labor (BoL). It is the nation's source of objective, fact-based labor market information.

Code Spaces - a marketplace for learning code where anyone, anywhere can create and share coding challenges.

Internet Public Library - a global project to make all public domain books and content accessible to everyone.

Red Desk - a free and family friendly web site indexing and reviewing quality, credible, and current Internet reference resources.