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At Duckster's our goal is to provide a fun and educational web site with lots of interesting content. We try to write articles that are informative, easy to read, and interesting.
We hope to provide an informative place for people to learn, explore, and use the internet for research.
All articles are proofread by multiple readers. However, no one is perfect. Please see below if you find any errors, we would welcome your feedback to improve the site.
The Articles and Resources
The educational articles are written using many sources. Most of our articles use multiple books and references for fact verification. Some information is crosschecked using web resources.
To help cite a specific web page, all content pages have a link at the bottom that points to the MLA or APA citation for the page.
Many sections of the website include a "works cited" page which lists references in MLA citation format for the specific section (i.e. Ancient Egypt) of the website. The link can be found at the bottom of the page and is titled "Works Cited."
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All of the articles on Ducksters are written by Ken Nelson. Ken Nelson lives in North Carolina where he has been writing articles for Ducksters since 2005. He earned a degree in electrical engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology many (many) years ago. Despite his engineering background, Ken soon discovered that he had a passion for history, education, and writing. This led to the development of the Ducksters website. When he's not working on Ducksters, Ken spends his free time reading historical fiction, jogging, and traveling to historical sites.
We get a lot of requests to use our material and cannot reply to all of them with a specific answer. In general, we never allow for the reposting of our copyrighted material on the internet. A link to one of our pages is generally okay. If you would like to license some of our material for printing or for use on a password protected website; please contact us with the volume, page(s), and time frame for a quote.
Ducksters is wholly owned by Technological Solutions, Inc. (TSI). TSI has had a web presence since 1997.
We are not responsible for any content that is not part of Ducksters. We utilize Google for our search engine, but cannot verify or take responsibility for any content on other web sites that either our web site or the search engine links to. As always, parents should monitor their children's use of the Internet. For some tips on how kids can use the internet safely see our page on the Internet Safety tips for kids from the FBI
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