Energy and education are two of the most pressing issues of today. Following in the footsteps of the ALSOS Digital Library for Nuclear Issues, NuclearEd was conceived of as a resource for K-12 teachers and students on various energy sources, with nuclear power of particular importance. Like ALSOS, NuclearEd provides third-party resources from a wide variety of sources. Unlike ALSOS, however, NuclearEd provides a wide variety of quickly-accessible and easily-applicable educational media on the web. Search functions are designed to quickly provide educators with relevant resources; the search results have notes on content and utility. Furthermore, all entries meet a high standard of quality, saving time over search engine results. Through NuclearEd, Washington and Lee, together with the National Energy Education Development program (NEED), provides an outreach effort for K-12 educators and students for information about a variety of topics related to nuclear power.