FEBRUARY 8, 2002

eduweb Develops Ten of the Top 100 Educational Web Sites
eduweb LLP (eduweb ®) announced today that ten of its projects are included in a recent list of the Top 100 educational Web sites of 2002. created the list, choosing the Top 100 sites from thousands of sites, calling them "a select group of the most informative, innovative, and educational sites on the Internet today!"

eduweb was the sole developer for six of the 100 sites, and developed many of the learning modules and activities on four more. The ten sites are:

A.Pintura, Art Detective

Art Tales: Telling Stories with Wildlife Art
(also "Best of the Web" winner at Museums & the Web 2001)

Arts Workshop
(also "Best of the Web" winner at Museums & the Web 2000)

Inside Art

Amazon Interactive

Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Colonial Williamsburg: Electronic Field Trips
(eduweb developed all the sample field trip Web sites, and many more in the subscription section of the site.)
Brookfield Zoo: Go Wild
(eduweb developed "In Search of the Ways of Knowing Trail" and "Explore! A Child's Nature")

Discovery Channel: Learning Adventures
(eduweb developed "Understanding Slavery" and "The Dirt on Soil")

Jason Project
(eduweb has developed a dozen Digital Lab activities for JASON's subscription site) provides over 2 million homeschoolers and their families with help from the leading homeschooling voices, on-line classes, world-class resources, and the support of other homeschooling families from across the street or across the country.

eduweb , based in St. Paul, Minnesota, is an award-winning Web developer specializing in custom content development and high-quality site design and production services. Working with clients from concept to completion, we create engaging and innovative educational experiences that are interactive, immersive and in-depth. It's content-rich Web sites, games, simulations and learning modules bring out the excitement of art, science and history.
It's clients include Biosphere 2, Brookfield Zoo, Colonial Williamsburg, the JASON Project, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, National Museum of Wildlife Art, New Jersey Historical Society, and Sanford.

For further information, please contact: David Schaller, Partner, Educational Web Adventures at 651-641-7566 or at

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