• The ACRL/CNI Internet Education Project

  • ALNTalk. Asynchronous (Anytime/Anywhere) Learning Networks, a discussion of AL techniques and outcomes.

  • Al Bodzin's Home Page. Al's web page serves as a resource for K-12 educators - especially science educators. He is currently a recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship in Instructional Technology for Science Education at North Carolina State University.

  • The Alphabet Superhighway. This website, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, assists students in creating, locating, and communicating information through on-line activities. The Alphabet Superhighway is a resource for teachers to find materials and ideas for teaching almost any part of the elementary or secondary curriculum.

  • Berit's Best Sites for Children. Berit is Cochran Interactive's Online Librarian. Each site has been carefully selected, reviewed and given a rating out of 5.

  • CEO Forum. The CEO Forum on Education and Technology issues annual reports on the nation's progress on integrating technology into education.

  • CRISTAL-Ed. CRISTAL-Ed - Coalition on Reinventing Information Science, Technology and Library Education, is a collaborative project of the School of Information at the University of Michigan with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation HRISM initiative. This site offers discussion groups and resources on immerging issues about integrating technology in higher education.

  • Classroom Connect. Classroom Connect is a publisher of a range of products that help K-12 educators make the most of the Internet in their classrooms. Connecting with other "wired" educators is now as simple as pointing and clicking with your mouse. Classroom Connect's Teacher Contact Database puts you in touch with more than 2,500 K-12 staffers from around the world to complete keypal exchanges, hands-on projects, and more.

  • Cristal-Ed. To garner a wide range of opinions, exchange ideas, and learn from others involved in comparable activities, the School of Information began a moderated electronic mail discussion group. This new CRISTAL-ED discussion focused on the vision of the new information and library studies (ILS) education, and then moved to targeting planning, prototyping, and implementing a new core curricula for such education. The Crital-Ed site documents workshops, discussion groups, and other resouces dealing with these issues.

  • Deliberations. Deliberaions is an online magazine that has been designed to function as a resource for Educational Developers, Librarians and Academic Staff, with material arranged by Discipline and by Educational Issue, and as a forum for readers to discuss and develop ideas, and identify resources that will aid their work.

  • Demonstrating Educational Effectiveness, a forum for teachers who have been grappling with the reality of technology in the classroom.

  • Distance Learning. Distance learning, or distance education, has become a "hot item" with the advent of the internet and the web, but distance learning, by most definitions, has been around a long, long time. Although there has been much debate on exactly what the definition of distance learning is, most definitions include the aspect of separation between learner and teacher in space and/or time. This web resource offers an overview of distance learning and offers links to many distance learning sites.

  • Hypermedia, Teaching and Technology. The goal of HT&T 1996 (sponsored by The Education Alliance at Brown, and Brown's Scholarly Technology Group) is to bring together a small group of teachers doing exemplary work at integrating WWW-based and other technologies into their teaching and curricula, along with several researchers interested in the evaluation and assessment of technology in the classroom, and representatives of state and local education agencies, for sets of presentations and focused discussions concerning possibilities and techniques of, as well as lessons learned from, teaching with technology

  • Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal. The journal's focus is on computer-mediated communication, and the pedagogical issues surrounding the use of computers and technology in educational settings.

  • Index of Resources for Historians. This Index is maintained by the Department of History of the University of Kansas. It consists of a single large file (approximately 185 Kb) offering over 1700 connections arranged alphabetically by subject and name.

  • The Internet Schoolhouse. Diann Boehm's site is designed to help teachers utilize the vast power of the Internet in an educational setting and to give a feel for how lesson plans can be used in conjunction with the World Wide Web.

  • Intranets: Readings and Resources. Find out why intranets are "hot" and how they can be used in organizations to share information and ideas.

  • Judi Harris' projects on integrating the Internet into the Curriculum

  • Kairos. A journal for teachers of writing in Webbed environments.

  • Last Writes? Re-assessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace. This paper argues that Internet technology may (and should) facilitate a move away from the print-derived "journal" model of academic communication toward a more decentralized "self-publishing" model relying on centralized archiving and "post-hoc" peer review.

  • Learning Resources. The Luton, England-based site's purpose is to offer good learning facilities, with digital electronic technology increasingly working in partnership with traditional print-based resources.

  • Learning Resources and Technology. is a Division of the Program Branch of the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Culture. The site contains a Technology Demonstration Centre, Classroom Education Media Library, Software Evaluation Reports, Curriculum Related Links & Strategies, LRT-Update List Service, and Technology Recycling Program.

  • Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers . Marty Levine, a professor of Education at California State University at Northridge, has compiled a page of pointers to many lesson plans and resources for social studies teachers. It is a resource that points to lesson plans and teaching strategies for social studies, current events sites, relevant Usenet newsgroups, and other government, history, and Latino related sites. The heart of the site is the lesson plan pointers page, with connections to hundreds of lesson plans in all areas and K-12 grade groupings.

  • The National Center for Technology planning. Download the "Guidebook for Developing an Effective Instructional Technology Plan," Version 2.0 -- Adobe Acrobat file (232K) -- The Guidebook was unveiled at NECC (National Educational Computing Conference) during the pre-conference workshop, "Technology Planning: Hands-On and Heads Up," conducted by NCTP Founder/Director, Dr. Larry Anderson.

  • Ontario's Network for Learing. "NODE" invites college and university faculty who are interested in exploring the potential of computer conferencing in teaching, but have little or no experience with conferencing, and faculty who are interested in distance education and in new methods for on-campus teaching and learniing, to participate in "Teaching and Learning through Computer Conferencing", an open conference moderated by Mary-Anne Andrusyszyn (RN, MScN, EdD).

  • The On-line Books Page . Look here for an index of thousands of on-line books, and for common repositories of on-line books and other documents.

  • Online College Classroom . The purpose of the OCC Web Page is to serve as an annotated directory pointing to homepages with information on online courses being taught in colleges in the U.S. and around the world.

  • Online University Teaching Centers. This page was constructed and is maintained by the Department of Communication Studies at the University of Kansas. The sites listed here focus on teaching and faculty development at the college/university level. Some sites focus exclusively on teaching while others are multifunctional.

  • PedagoNet. Learning Material and Resource Center

  • Plan Ahead. Planning for Higher Education and new technological needs.

  • SOFWeb's Improving student learning through learning technologies Page. SOFWeb is an Internet service created by the Directorate of School Education in Victoria, Australia in October 1995 as part of Classrooms of the Future. It uses the World Wide Web to provide a directory of schools-related information and activities accessible through the Internet.

  • Institute for the Transfer of Technology to Education. ITTE is a program of the National School Boards Association. ITTE works actively with school districts across North America that are exploring creative ways to teach and learn with technology.

  • The Sloan Center for Asynchronous Learning Environments (SCALE). SCALE was established in March 1995 with a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. SCALE faculty are participating in a three-year project of restructuring undergraduate courses to integrate various techniques associated with asynchronous learning networks (ALN). The goals of this project are to create efficiencies in the educational process (cost, time, faculty productivity), to increase student retention, and to decrease time-to-degree.

  • Technology & Learning Online. Technology & Learning Online, is maintained by Technology & Learning magazine, the leading publication for technology-using educators. T&L Online welcomes parents and anyone else interested in technology-based products and activities that help young people learn.

  • TECHNOS Magazine

  • The TeleLeraning Research Network. TeleLearning is the use of multimedia learning environments based on powerful desktop computers linked by the information highway. The principal goal is to develop telelearning as an environment that will provide students with access to learning experiences not available or achievable in conventional classrooms. To achieve this goal, the Network will bring together computer-supported environments, artificial intelligence, high-performance networks, multimedia, and collaborative tools to form coherent systems.

  • Using HTML for online editing. The purpose of this demo is to show how Netscape Frames can be used to link student errors to a prepared set of grammar queries and instructor comments.

  • World Bank Seminar on Educational Technology (October 1996). This TechNet online Think Tank discussion conference focused on the role technology plays in providing solutions to critical issues of education. Review the conference archives to sample the ideas and issues that were discussed.

  • World Wide Web Courseware Developers Listserv Home Page. The World Wide Web Courseware Developers Home Page contains information of interest to persons developing courseware that is to be delivered in part or totally over the WWW

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