Collection of guidelines for using electronic communication in the classroom.
Using the Internet for research and teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
A network of professionals dedicated to excellence in planning for higher education
Instructional Technology Research Online; includes a document repository, interviews, links, and a "who's who in instructional technology" section.
What to ask about information technology when choosing a college or university.
Data on technology spending submitted for schools to compare costs. Participation is free. Features information, history, participating schools, presentations, and articles.
Provided strategies and support to assist mainstream writing faculty with integrating technology into their classroom.
Web-based assessment tool that allows students to anonymously submit feedback about their course and/or instructor.
Conference theme is 'Expanding the Learning Community - Meeting the Challenges.' Information technology offers the potential for greatly expanding learning communities in all sectors. University of Adelaide, Australia, May 6-9, 2003.
In addition to a graphic organizer for online course development, there are visual outlines of learning theory and links to products and workshops for advanced learning.