At the end of last semester I decided to put together a list of all the health and nutrition related websites my students had visited as part of assignments and activities over the duration of the course. One goal of my introductory nutrition course is to expose and acquaint students with the many and varied credible web-based resources available to them - that they visit during the course, but hopefully recall and make use of after the course. These are integrated into weekly activities with specific questions that require accessing and engaging on the sites. Many of my students are future health professionals so it is valuable, for example, to explore the NIH vitamin and mineral factsheets with quiz-based questions related to the Health Professional version of a fact sheet. Or to visit the American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, and the American Cancer Society to access disease risk tools or skim the nutrition resources available at these websites. I was surprised at the number and variety of websites once I consolidated them on the attached! I shared examples of how the websites are integrated into weekly assignments in a previous post from September 2020. Let me know if you'd like an updated version at firstname.lastname@example.org.