An organization devoted to issues pertaining to the nation's community colleges.
The professional association for college and university personnel.
AAUP's purpose is to advance academic freedom and shared governance, to define fundamental professional values and standards for higher education, and to ensure higher education's contribution to the common good.
An advocacy association for women working in colleges and universities.
Programs, events, membership information and articles on topics such as adult learners, students with disabilities and minorities in education.
A research and education institute committed to demonstrating the power and potential of diversity management.
The ALA calls for more attention to information literacy. " Knowledge is this country's most precious commodity and people who are information literate."
Explores moral dimensions of educational theory and practice.
Awesome Library for Teachers
A composite of resources for teachers in many subject areas -- arts english, math, science, social studies, health and Physical Education, technology, languages and many more.
A grantmaking foundation that promotes "the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding."
I f you subscribe to the print version of the Chronicle, you can access all areas of this site for free. Or, you can become a subscriber, or sign up for the online version only. Job postings can be accessed free.
An organization devoted to connecting students to colleges and opportunities.
Largest educational database in the world, containing more than 1 million records of journal articles, research reports, curriculum and teaching guides, conference papers and books. Clearinghouses include: adult education, assessment and evaluation, community colleges, counseling and student services, disabilities and gifted education, education management, elementary and early childhood education, higher education, information and technology, languages and linguistics, reading, english and communications, rural education and small schools, social studies and social sciences, science, math and environmental education, teaching and teacher education and urban education.
Works for the high academic achievement of all students at all levels.
A National database for educators.Site includes information on curriculum resources, web links, professional development materials, other selected topics, education headlines and bulletins.
A great site. Provides updates on current literature and research on ethics from all perspectives. Includes popular and professional issues and references.
The Higher Education Processes Network, a community of educators who serve each other as "networking partners." You can search this database on many topics and purchase books through amazon.com.
A nonprofit nonpartisan organization whose mission is to foster access to and quality in post secondary education. The institute focuses on research and policy analysis, policy formulation, program evaluation, strategic planning and implementation, and seminars and colloquia.
An international service consortium committed to improving community colleges through innovation, experimentation and institutional transformation.
The Library of Congress holdings can be identified and accessed.
National organization and lobbyist group for teachers.
An online forum about teaching and learning.
An international association of professional educators.
The Network focuses on developing and supporting practitioners and leaders in higher education dedicated to enhancing learning and teaching. The POD Network and its members lead and support change for the improvement of higher education through faculty, instructional, and organizational development activities.
The site features content from 16 Smithsonian museums, the National Zoo, and the Smithssonian's research centers. Site is subdivided into areas for educators, families and students. Lesson plans are available in art and design, science and technology, history and culture, language arts, and idea labs. Produced by the Center for Education and Museum Studies.
The Foundation Center is a nonprofit group that provides information about obtaining grants from various foundations and businesses. the site includes a short course on grant writing (online), information about publications and CDs that can be purchased, information on training, seminars and more.
Includes information for teachers on the resources of the U.S. Department of Education. This site provides information on types of grants by offices, services and resources, field services, clearinghouses, publications and national educational goals.
A very well-known and respected site located at the University of Texas. The World Lecture Hall offers free online course materials for both the classroom and distance learning. All links are created by subject area. You can also easily add your course page to the list.
A virtual library that catalogs educational web sites by subject and maintains index pages with links to sites. You can search for sites also. Very comprehensive and an excellent reference tool.
Easy access to information on programs, education resources, research and statistics, policy, publications, grant procedures and more.
A valuable guide for helping students identify and evaluate the quality of information contained on web sites.