This Tumblog was created by Kathleen Brainerd as part of the LIBR 220 course “Sci-Tech Resources and Information Services” at San Jose State University. It is designed to appeal to high school students and lead them towards authoritative science and technology websites. Ideally, it would be updated weekly or more often with websites that would be of use or interest to high school students studying the sciences or with an interest in technology. All of the sites featured in this blog were chosen because they are interactive, interesting or somehow work outside the box of standard resources (paper journals, dry text). I have done my best to gather together websites that are regularly and recently updated so that the information is fresh and new. The sites themselves run the gamut from primarily text to a wide array of multimedia. The emphasis is on accessibility from a Web 2.0 perspective. These are sites that high school students can access from their computers. They are sites with RSS feeds, Twitter streams and Facebook pages. They make science and technology accessible, whether in the physical or intellectual sense.