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Taylor’s Website Cited Among Best Educational Resources on the Web

Taylor’s Website Cited Among Best Educational Resources on the Web

Professor Emeritus Leonard Taylor
Professor Emeritus Leonard Taylor

A website created by ECE Professor Emeritus Leonard Taylor titled "A Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities" was selected as one of the best education resources on the Web by StudySphere.com.

Professor Taylor's site contains biographical information about a number of different historical figures who were integral contributors to the development of electromagnets. The site can be visited at: http://www.ee.umd.edu/~taylor/frame1.htm.

StudySphere offers quick, easy, and free access to a wide variety of research-quality child-safe websites that help students, teachers, librarians, and other researchers find both highly targeted and closely related information quickly. Learn more at: http://www.studysphere.com.

July 6, 2006


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