Whether you have one computer or a whole lab, WebQuests are a useful tool to engage students in meaningful learning. What are they? "An Inquiry-oriented activity in which some or all of the information that learners interact with comes from resources on the Internet." -Bernie Dodge, 1995

Quest Page - The original WebQuest site by Bernie Dodge, contains examples and training material
Webquests - A variety of webquests for grades 3-8 from Germantown Elementary School.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - A variety of WebQuest links.

WebRing - A list of WebQuests and other Internet projects.

Education World - 385 Treasure Hunts and WebQuests.
Spartanburg - A great list of WebQuests created by teachers in this K-12 school district. WebQuest subject areas include: endangered animals, rainforests, The Diary of Anne Frank, Colonial Williamsburg, Mozart and more.

TeachersFirst.com - An interactive tutorial that introduces you to WebQuests followed by links to WebQuests in most subject areas.