The following is a list of websites that may help you better integrate online resources into your teaching:
Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD)
A 1200 member network of U.S. and Canadian educators who "support change for the improvement of higher education through faculty, instructional, and organizational development activities."
National Teaching and Learning Forum
A forum founded in 1991 to promote conversation about teaching and learning
Guide to Math and Science Reform
An Annenberg/Corporation for Public Broadcasting Project for K-12, but with lots of valuable information for college educators, too.
EdWeb (Global SchoolNet)
Global SchoolNet is "dedicated to partnering with schools, communities and businesses to provide collaborative learning activities that prepare students for the workforce and help them to become literate and responsible global citizens." Focus is K-12, but of value to college weducators.
EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
Corporation for Research and Educational Networking (CREN)
Asynchronous Learning Networks
A Non-profit member support for research and educational institutions
The League for Innovation in the Community College
A broad-based community college consortia that has done exemplary work promoting discussion about teaching and learning with technology
Teaching and Learning Technology (TLT) Affiliate of the American Association for Higher Education
One of the leading innovators promoting faculty development in the use of classroom technology.
Digital Library Portal for teaching and learning in the biological sciences.
Critically Analyzing Information Sources (Cornell)
One of the better library pages on this subject.
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (New Mexico State Univ.)
Why it's a good idea to evaluate web sources -- with examples.
Power Searching For Anyone
Part of the Search Engine Watch site which provides tips and information about searching the web as well as analysis of the search engine industry.
Finding Information on the Internet: Table of Contents (UC Berkeley)
A tutorial created by the UC Berkeley Library.
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