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Education and Information Technology

Technical Resources

Information Technology is of major importance to schools, colleges, universities and other places of further and higher education. These pages show some of the resources available. The Technical Topics Center is a major place to start your research on IT and communications matters

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 CyberU - Education, Online Courses, Distance Learning, Classes on the Internet
  "Explore CyberU's virtual library! We've reviewed thousands of sites and picked over 1,600 of the most informative, useful, and fun resources on the web."
 Distance Education Clearinghouse (University of Wisconsin)
  Distance Education is instructional delivery that does not constrain the student to be physically present in the same location as the instructor. Historically, Distance Education meant correspondence study. Today, audio, video, and computer technologies are more common delivery modes.
 Distance Learning Resource Network
  The Distance Learning Resource Network (DLRN), located at WestEd, is the dissemination project for the U.S. Department of Education Star Schools Program.
 Distance Learning Resources (Archipelago )
  This document points out general information about distance learning and how to create a successful distance learning course or program. Though the language and emphasis varies among the sites listed, almost all of them state the importance of starting with instructional goals based on subject matter and student characterstics and needs, THEN selecting delivery methods and instructional strategies. Many of the overview sites also examine distance learning from an institutional perspective and consider critical political and support considerations
 Training and Research Links (IMR Integrated Management Resources)
Educational IT
 The Computer Teacher's Resource Page (Jane Allison)
  "This page was designed for the Elementary School Computer Teacher, who may be called upon to teach a computer class, maintain a computer lab or provide guidance to other teachers. Our goal is to collect Internet links to sites that can be used in creating exciting classroom projects for every subject in the elementary currriculum. We also offer links to educational research sites, Web design tools and software resources."
 ECIT - Electronic Compendium of (Art) Images and Text
  "This project addresses the problem of bringing electronic technology into the teaching of humanities subjects in a manner that we believe will challenge traditional methods of pedagogy and benefit the learning process in a fundamental way. The technology is a newly created electronic teaching tool called *E.C.I.T* (Electronic Compendium of Images and Text), which brings together facts, conceptual materials, visual images, and three-dimensional models in a fully searchable electronic compendium."
  EDUCAUSE is an international, nonprofit association whose mission is to help shape and enable transformational change in higher education through the introduction, use, and management of information resources and technologies in teaching, learning, scholarship, research, and institutional management. EDUCAUSE membership is open to institutions of higher education, corporations serving the higher education information technology market, and other related associations and organizations. EDUCAUSE programs include professional development activities, print and electronic publications, strategic/policy initiatives, research and development, and a wealth of online information services.


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