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Alphabetized Internet Education Resources - Contains a selected, annotated listing of materials focusing on training people to use the Internet in support of distance education. Provides an alphabetical listing of all resources.
Association for Learning Technology (ALT) - Meetings, publications, membership details, SIGs, and links.
CEO Forum on Education and Technology - Issues reports and annual assessments of the nation's progress toward integrating technology into American classrooms through the year 2000.
Content Pavilions for Teachers - A teacher resource for sharing educational technologies and lessons, categorized by subject area. Includes information on educational standards.
Discovery School - Custom Classroom - Provides access to some of the most powerful teaching tools available online, plus the ability to save documents in a personal account.
ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology (ERIC/IT) - Dedicated to educational technology and library science. Includes searchable database of digests, journals, research, links, and listservs.
Educational Renaissance Planners - Promotes effective use of information and communication technologies to support and enhance learning. Provides information about educational technology, teacher training, professional development, grants, and learning on the Internet.
Educational Technology WebRing - List of all member web sites.
Electronic Emissary - Helps K-12 teachers and students with web access locate other Internet users who are experts in different disciplines the for purpose of setting up curriculum-based, electronic exchanges among the teachers, students, and the experts. Also conducts research on telementoring interactions in which K-12 students are active inquirers.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Educational Technology - A directory of links to resources about using technology in education. These resources are located on the websites of Federal Agencies.
Forefront Curriculum Online - A website developed for teachers who want to effectively integrate the Internet into their classroom. Includes a database of lesson plans.
GEM: The Gateway to Educational Materials - A consortium effort to provide easy access to the substantial collections of educational materials found on federal, state, university, non-profit and commercial sites.
Getting Girls Interested in Computer Science - Statistics, ten tips to help interest girls in computer science, and many related links.
Integrating Information Technology for the Classroom, School, and District - Strategies, solutions, and resources for integrating information technology at the classroom, school, and district level.
Internet Pocket Guide for Teachers - Gives teachers step-by-step directions for getting connected to the Internet. Includes exercises and tips for using the Internet in the curriculum.
Internet Source Validation Project - Created by the educational faculty at Memorial University, this project seeks to help students learn to critically evaluate any information they may find on the Internet. Project identifies proper questions to ask when examining pages to ensure data is accurate, relevant, appropriate, reliable, unbiased, and authoritative.
K-12: Computer Technology - Provides annotated links to resources such as software downloads and patches.
K12nation.net - Connecting educators, parents and students with online class calendars, private person-to-person messaging, web resource links, and live and archived chat events make an educator's job easier and involve parents in their child's education.
Lightspan, Inc. - Education portal for students, parents, and teachers. (Nasdaq: LSPN).
Literacy and Technology - Annotated resource for parents, teachers, and students K-12. Education, media, computer, reference, and virtual field trip links included.