Using Instructional Technology....
Integrating The Web Into Your Classroom
A distributed Center designed to serve as a national resource for stimulating research on innovative, technology-enables solutions to critical problems in K-14 learning.
The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organization created by the commonwealth Heads of Government to encourage development and sharing of open learning and distance education, knowledge, resources and technologies. Located in Vancouver, Columbia.
Digital Classroom: Software Library
Includes over 30,000 titles and reviews.
A comprehensive and widely recognized site at the University of Wisconsin-Extension. Site brings together distance education information from National and international sources.
Distance Learning Programs in the U.S.
Home of the best, most innovative and accessible distance learning programs in the U.S.
A site developed by the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University. The Online Learning Center is designed to help educators develop, enact, and assess effective ways of using new technologies.
A consolidation of two higher education associations - CAUSE and EDUCOM, EDUCAUSE was born on July 1, 1998. The organization seeks to facilitate the introduction, use, access, and management of information resources in teaching, learning, scholarship, and research. The association offers several conferences, publications, and award programs.
Great articles on the role of the web in education, the information highway debate, and educational reforms. An interactive HTML "crash course" also is included.
This site is about collaborating electronically. Designed for teachers and others interested in emerging technologies.
Includes evaluation checklists, actual web pages as examples, links to web evaluation sites, and a reference listing of web evaluation articles and books.
Online white papers on technology.
A publication of the Michigan virtual library. Includes a discussion of the challenges educators will face in the changing world of technology and how to meet these challenges. Lists ideas for using technology, articles, links and keynotes from various educational conferences. Under the technology source, the site includes such topics as faculty development that works and engaging students in active online learning.
An international online journal for the advancement of knowledge and learning. Provides policymakers, strategists, practitioners, and technologists at the local, national, and global levels with a strategic forum.
Online journal about technology. Sponsored by the University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Communication.
Leland Initiative Web Tutorial Series
This course consists of a series of brief lessons: what a web site is and why you may want to have one, what kind of information you can (and should) put on a web site, how to create a simple web site and what you need to do to let others see it. Includes the fundamentals of good website design in 10 lessons.
New Tools for Teaching
A non-techie article about using existing Internet resources for teaching, with a focus on ease-of-use. You'll appreciate the practical focus on "how much does it cost?" and "how do I find the time?"
An online resource for education and technologies. Maintained by TECFA at the University of Geneva, Switzerland by the faculty of psychology and educational sciences.
Dedicated to reshaping the nature of teaching and learning by helping educators and students use the Internet to improve achievement in the classroom.
Online Pedagogy Connected Education Portal
About connected education and distance learning. This site presents information on how collaborative/cooperative teaching pedagogies and strategies can be used in conjunction with technology to create informating on-line learning spaces.
Online Teaching: Tools & Projects
This report discusses how the Internet and web can be used for teaching, and includes examples of current projects and tools.
Technology Tools For Today's Campuses
An excellent collection of 72 articles related to technology in the classroom, with titles such as "Teaching and Computers in the Anthropology Classroom," and Using the World Wide Web in a Community College Classroom."
Technology resources for creating a global classroom.
<The Impact of Technology
Surveys, bibliographies, literature reviews, articles, reports, case studies and other resources on the impact of technology.
Is a knowledge guide to distance education designed to help clients of the World Bank and others interested in using distance education for human development. Includes core site plus sites all over the world. There are sections on learning and teaching, technology, management, and policy and programs.
Virtual Educators' Worlds
A virtual community of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. An online forum for alumni, students, and faculty, with professional and research interests in Latin American and the Caribbean.
Virtual Resource Site for Teaching with Technology
A University of Maryland College site. Includes modules about using the web to design online courses and delivering online interactive courses.
Web66 is a project of the University of Minnesota, designed to facilitate use of the Internet in the K-12 classroom. Don't dismiss it because of its focus on K-12. The site also covers such topics as: how to set up a server (technical), examples of how the web is used to teach, and other sources of information for integrating the Internet into your classroom.
This is a free information resource for anyone interested in developing and delivering online learning. You will find articles about web-based training and e-learning industry trends. You can participate in surveys and you can find links to other valuable resources.
A comprehensive guide to software that powers discussions on the web.