How Volcanoes Work

AWARDS Selected as site of the week

"Your site, for the nature of its content and for the quality of the design and implementation, presents an undeniable excellence that puts it well above the remianing ones, making it worthy of being publicaly designated as an example to be followed and as a true knowledge and information source." -- CPSnet Web Awards Evaluation Team 

"Your site now joins a very select group of the very best web sites on the internet as a nominee and final award winner for Reference Site of the Year." -- The GAAA Staff

 New Scientist
"How Volcanoes Work" was highlighted in the Web-Links section of New Scientist on Nov. 22, 2001. See review.

 The School Page
 "Your website has been found to be among the best on the web." "Display this award proudly. It is highly coveted and awarded only rarely to reward excellence in web education." -- The School Page Staff

Selected by the sciLINKS program, a service of the National Science Teachers Association. Copyright 2001. "Web pages selected by sciLINKS are among the best found on the Internet." -- NSTA

 Science Magazine
"How Volcanoes Work" was highlighted in the NetWatch section of Science Magazine, vol. 292, April 13, 2001. See review.

 Medaille d'Or
 "We took a look at your site, and we were impressed by what we saw. Congratulations on being awarded the Medaille d'Or for it!" The gold medal award is for web design in Earth Science Education.

USA TODAY Education 'Best Bet'  
"When selecting a USA TODAY Education 'Best Bet' Web site, our staff of education specialists looks for sites that bring unique and useful resources and information to the classroom in an intriguing way. . . . Fewer than 150 sites are selected each year."

 Knowledge Network
"Inclusion in the Blue Web'n library is an honor reserved for the best online educational lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, and tools". -- Knowledge Network

 GEM Project
Selected for inclusion in the GEM Project, a U.S. Department of Education initiative to connect educators with the highest quality internet resources.

 Physics Today The "How Volcanoes Work" website was highlighted in the Web Watch section of Physics Today, July 2001.

"The lightOS 5 Gold Award is a demanding critique award distributed worldwide. Each nominated web site is reviewed by web design specialists for 10 different strict criteria. Award winners represent the very best quality of internet website design and presentation." -- LightOS Award Staff