The Windy Hill Project
Free Downloadable Online Library ^ Affordable Proofreading & Editing Service
Joe E. Vines, Ph.D, Site Manager
(Map refreshed on Oct. 30, 2014.)
Art of the Week: Johannes Vermeer
Science This Week: Cold Fusion
This site is primarily an online library featuring tens of thousands of articles on a wide variety of both classical and "high interest" topics. Access and use of the library is free. Sample topics:
Welcome to your online library.
The English Center.
Dr. Vines has 25 years of experience as a teacher, tutor, and college program director in ESL, TESOL, composition, literature, and journalism.
Profile of the Week: Rodrigo y Gabriela
How to access the library.
Please send The Windy Hill Project a site mail from the Contact Us page. We will send you a reply email that contains the link necessary to access all of the library's topics and contents. (It may be a few minutes or a few hours depending upon circumstances!) The library's contents are stored in a Dropbox account. The link you receive will allow you to read and even download books, articles, links to other sites, photos, etc. There is no cost to you, but a small donation in support of this site is appreciated if you choose to do so.
Arts and Sciences (Page 2)
Literature (classical and popular)
History (social, military, political)
Warfare (world wars, Am. Civil War)
Art, Music and Biographies
Religious Topics and Texts
Science & Technology
Educational Resources (Page 1)
Educational (textbooks and materials)
ESL/TESOL (for students, teachers)
Medical Issues (physical, psychiatric)
Fitness and Nutrition
Self Awareness, Well Being
The Center is a special resource for writers and also learners of English as a Second Language (ESL). Inexpensive services for writers (including students) include the following:
A trip to the English Center page will provide more details.