The award-winning HEM Website is one of the most extensive homeschooling sites on the web, offering an exceptional array of free services, helpful resources, and up-to-date information 24 hours a day!
Blogs | Social Networking | Homeschooling Resources | Discussions Lists
There are several HEM weblogs, providing information and resources on topics such as homeschooling conferences and events, support group news and resources, and commentary about news of interest to homeschooling families. All HEM weblogs encourage reader response and commentary and include sidebars of related resources, articles, websites and other items of interest.
HEM Editor's Blog
The wide-ranging weblog of HEM's founders and publishers, Mark and Helen Hegener.
HEM News & Commentary
Homeschooling news items in the national media, with commentary by Susan Ryan, Mary Nix, Valerie Moon and Helen Hegener. We welcome continued commentary and discussion of the news and homeschooling issues by our readers.
HEM Guide to Homeschooling Resources
Learning resources reviewed and described by Resource Editor Mary Nix, with space for comments by homeschoolers who use the resources, and links to the company web sites.
HEM's Closer Look
HEM's Closer Look takes an in-depth exploration of resource subjects for homeschooling families with links to further information on the selected topics.
One of the earliest homeschool companies on the Internet, Home Education Magazine has had a respected online presence since 1997. Beginning with one of the very first Internet forums, HEM has contributed immeasurable support to the growth and development of the greater online homeschooling community. Today HEM continues to support, advocate, and advance homeschooling through the newest technological media such as Twitter, Facebook, Stumbleupon, Reddit, Del.icio.us, Digg, and other social networking tools. Here are our favorites:
You can follow Home Education Magazine on Facebook. Facebook is a free-access social networking website to connect and interact with other people, add friends and send them messages, and update personal profiles to notify friends and followers. For information or to create your own free Facebook account visit the link above or the Facebook site.
You can follow Home Education Magazine on Twitter. Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Join today to start receiving HomeEdMag's updates. For information or to create your own free Facebook account visit the link above or the Facebook site.
A free interactive resource pages showcasing a broad range of learning materials, websites, services and other items of interest to homeschooling families. Resources are categorized, searchable, and reader and/or resource provider feedback and commentary is encouraged. Fabulous guide to resources on practically everything! Many are free.
HEM Discussion Lists
Home Education Magazine sponsors many free email discussion lists. They're a wonderful way to access the online homeschooling community, and you can choose whether to receive a list's messages in your email box or to read them at the lists' home page on the Internet. Either way, you'll meet lots of interesting people involved with homeschooling. We're pleased to report that over the years many lasting friendships - as well as dozens of state and local support groups and at least four national homeschooling organizations - have developed via HEM's widely respected discussion lists!
General wide-ranging discussion list on homeschooling issues
Explore unschooling, the relaxed approach to learning