The WH Archive is basically an online library of educational resources--textbooks in electronic file form, instructional videos, audio files, and links to hundredsof other useful websites and resources. Subjects archived range from Mathematics to Finance, from Art history to Zen, from Military history to Survivalist Skills and Disaster Prepping. As of this month, there are about 20,000 text/.pdf files, photos, audio and video files, plus thousands of links to online sources and web sites. Everything in the archive is available freely on the internet except for some texts and photo albums that I have created myself. The hundreds of hours that I spent collecting and vetting all those items, now, that's a different story! As always, I adhere to copyright laws.
Here are the rules of Archive access and usage:
1. Access to archived materials is free except for a one-time $2.00 membership fee sent via Paypal.
This is the only cost to you, ever, and allows you to use the Windy Hill Archive as long as it exists. The Paypal link is on the EMAIL page of the site.
Communications Algebra Biology Literature Physics Geometry Engineering Geology Phrenology ASL Nursing History Foreign Languages ESL/TESOL Accounting Macroeconomics GRE/SAT Microeconomics Survivalist/Prepper Social Science Linguistics
Homeschooling Self Help Movies Audiobooks Classical Lit Military History Finance Antiquities Nutrition Microbiology Astronomy Archeology Physiology Anthropology Genetics TM Zen Computer Science Kama Sutra Agronomy Creative Writing. . .
.. . and scores of other subjects.
Seek, and ye shall find.
Computers Elementary Education Political Science Psychiatry Sociology Karma Psychology Art History Engineering Agriculture Agronomy Calculus Statistics Trigonometry Botany Nursing Astrology Military Science Genealogy Spelling Reading Painting Business Electronics Computer Programming Drama Criminology Astrophysics Quantum Physics Geography Drama American History Environmental Science Audio-Video Instruction
2. All archived materials are stored in an online drop box.
Email me via the form on the back page of this site once you have become a paid-up lifetime member. I will then send you the site's password so that you (and your family and friends) can access all of the Archive's materials.
3. Site users have unlimited access to the Archive drop box.
Users have download privileges only and may not upload anything new to the drop box. Users may, however, recommend new topics and new material to Windy Hill (including their collections or new creations, which will be acknowledged on or in those files if requested).
4. New Archive file sets are added monthly.
Look for new .doc files and further information on the Aisles pages from time to time. But remember: there is no such thing as a completed archive!
And that's about it for the details. The Archive is a pliable, ever-growing adventure. You can't help but learn something new every time you enter it. At least, that has been my experience so far.
Joe E. Vines, PhD
Knowledge sways us
like the wind