A searchable database of outstanding Internet learning sites categorized by subject area, audience, and type (lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, & tools).
Founded in the fall of 1996 to help ensure citizens and productive workers in the 21st Century.
Web-Based Interactive Teacher Development In Classroom Management.
An online book with the message: Schools can use technology more effectively, and for the welfare of students, teachers and the nation, they must do so.
Helps schools and districts use technology for whole-school change and improved academic results.
Resource for technology education, pedagogical exploration, and teacher renewal for ALL Computer Using Educators. Sponsored by the British Columbia Teachers' Federation.
This site has a variety of classroom internet activities and articles as well as web and graphics aids.
A resource providing information and guidance in the area of access-to-information technologies by individuals with disabilities. EASI, an affiliate of AAHE (American Association for Higher Education), stays informed about developments and advancements within the adaptive computer technology field and spreads that information to colleges, universities, K-12 schools, libraries and into the workplace.
This is a HUGE resource. Searchable database with thousands of important sites pertaining to all aspects of education.
Hunt down on-line educational resources around the world, learn about trends in education policy and information infrastructure development, examine success stories of computers in the classroom, and much, much more.
What's wrong with the education system, how to reform it, and especially, about the role of educational technology in that reform.
The Educational Technology Journal - Educational technology in support of Engaged Learning. Educational technology which enables students to make up their own minds.
Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory at University of Maryland, College Park.
NetTech Forum on Hypermedia, Teaching and Technology interested in the evaluation and assessment of technology in the classroom, and representatives of state and local education agencies concerned with the possibilities and techniques of, as well as lessons learned from, teaching with technology.
"Does technology (computers, multimedia, the Internet, etc.) improve the education of K-12 students?" This page pulls together resources that help educators answer this question.
A Virtual School Promoting Global Friendship and 21st Century Learning.
is a classified list of sites on the Internet found to be useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional growth (updated daily).
Links and activities organized and created to provide a clear vision and process for intelligently integrating the embarrassment of riches that is the Internet.
Mid-continent Regional Educational Laboratory: Standards, curriculum, and instruction; assessment and accountability; human development, learning, and motivation; organizational and leadership development; mathematics and science; technology; diverse student populations issues; and evaluation and policy studies.
serves as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's premier research and development center for educational technologies and provides technology-based tools and resources to K-12 schools.
A directory of resources for learning and teaching Internet skills, including resources for WWW, email and other formats. Links with descriptive and evaluative annotations are provided, covering: learning, teaching, navigating and providing information on the Internet; learning HTML; demographics; special needs and foreign language resources.
Interactive server of the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory; assessing and suggesting education reform.
A free online resource that provides valuable, easy to use information (tips, tools and training) to help you develop effective multimedia presentations.
Complete guide to products and dealers for: LCD projectors and reviews, screens, presentation software, accessories, home theater - See tips on presenting and training.
Louis Schmier is a Professor of History at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia. He is an inspirational teacher and philosopher. His Random Thoughts have been appearing on the Internet in educational listservs since April of 1993. Although he teaches at a University, his comments about teaching, his students, and life in general apply to all levels of education.
For professionals in the field of instructional technology.
This site, a free service from Syllabus Press, contains useful information on technologies used to enhance education.
The Switched-on Classroom Technology Planning Guide from The Massachussetts Software Council is an in depth, 250-page online book outlining a 12-step technology planning and implementation process for public schools.
teachers@work: Over 2500 reviewed and rated internet sites for k-12 educators, separated into curriculum areas. Each site selected must meet a set of 23 quality criteria based on authenticity, navigability, content, presentation and relevancy. Each review has comments on content, presentation, age suitability and applications in the classroom.
Technology @ Your Fingertips: A guide for implementing technology solutions for education agencies and institutions.
T.H.E. (Technological Horizons in Education): News on the world of computers & related technologies, focusing on applications that improve teaching & learning for all ages.
Teaching in the Switched On Classroom: An Introduction to Electronic Education and HyperCourseware by Kent L. Norman, U. of MD.
Technology and Education Reform by the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education Conducted by SRI International. Nine school sites where school staff were active participants in incorporating technology in ways that support education reform.
Technology Education Index: An internet gateway, forum and independent learning center for students, teachers and others interested in Technology in schools and beyond.
Technology In Education: A good list of information concerning networking in schools, internet protocols, and other technology related links.
Technology Tools for Today's Campuses:Collection of 72 articles, edited by James L. Morrison, UNC, of informative, sometimes intimate, accounts of colleagues who have agreed to share with others their encounters with using technology in their classes.
TCWORLD: Tips for technology coordinators.
ThinkLink: An Evaluation of a Multimedia Interactive Learning Project: from Ameritech.
University Faculty and Student Perceptions of Web-Based Instruction: by Martha Daugherty, Ed.D., Barbara L. Funke, Ph.D., Georgia College & State University - Students and faculty were surveyed on the advantages, disadvantages, and general effectiveness of using the internet as a teaching and learning tool.
U.S.Department of Education: Online Library hosted by the National Library of Education (NLE).
Using Information Technology to Enhance Academic Productivity: by William F. Massy, and Robert Zemsky.
The Well Connected Educator: On-line publishing center and forum for the K-12 community to read, write, and talk about educational technology.