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    South Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium - Online and offline tools and information for enhancing education with computers and the Internet.

    NetLingo: The Internet Language Dictionary - A dictionary and glossary for the language of the Internet acroynms.

    Technology Applications Center for Educator Development - Teacher-sifted activities utilizing web resources in core subjects and technology.

    U.S. Dept. of Education - Educational Technology - Funding opportunities for technology, the Technology Literacy Challenge, information on the e-rate, research and publications.

    National Educational Technology Standards for StudentsERIC 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.

    Teaching the Teachers - Professional development for educators using technology.

    Literacy and Technology - Annotated resource for parents, teachers, and students K-12. Education, media, computer, reference, and virtual field trip links included.

    Technology in Education - For K-12 teachers, parents and students who are interested in techology in education.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    Tech Corps - A national non-profit organization dedicated to improving K-12 education at the grassroots level by helping educators effectively use technology in their schools.

    T-Star Online - The Texas School Telecommunications Access Resource (T-STAR) is a statewide satellite communications system designed by the Texas Education Agency to expand the telecommunications capabilities of the public school system. The T-STAR initiative provides Texas K-12 public education students, teachers and administrators with direct access to one-way video/two way audio distance learning opportunities.

    Lightspan - Directory of web site resources. Online services for schools and teachers, including lesson plans, collaborative projects, classroom and school web site facilities.

    Integrating Information Technology for the Classroom, School, and District - Strategies, solutions, and resources for integrating information technology at the classroom, school, and district level.

    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.

    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.

    Content Pavilions for Teachers - A teacher resource for sharing educational technologies and lessons, categorized by subject area. Includes information on educational standards.

    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.

    ThinkQuest - A competition for encouraging innovative design in online education. Includes a catalog of past winning projects.

    The Learning Resource Server - Features the projects of teachers and students, as well as the work of researchers who are articulating new visions of what learning can be. Also providers resources to help educators learn how to create new knowledge.

    Teacherzone - Source for news and information about technology in elementary education for teachers and principals.

    Lower Hudson Regional Information Center - Educational technology resources available for technology leadership including school lesson plans, security, networks, software, and student information systems.

    National Center for Technology Planning - A clearinghouse for the exchange of many types of information related to technology planning.

    National Educational Technology Standards Project - Goal is to develop standards that will guide educational leaders in planning for effective use of technology to support learning, teaching, and educational management. Includes resources and example lesson plans for teachers.

    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.

    The EdWeb Home Room @ SunSITE USA - Explores the role of the web in education and provides a guide to sites, discussion groups, and commercial services dealing with K-12 education online. Also offers a basic guide to designing educational web pages.

    QuickTime Authoring for Education - Exploring ways to enhance teaching and learning with Quicktime.

    K-12: Computer Technology - Provides annotated links to resources such as software downloads and patches.

    Uncommon Sense: Educators Reinventing the Profession from the Inside Out - There is no set of workshops, exercises, books, CD-ROMs or Web sites that will take us where we need to go, simply because the goal keeps moving. However, there are a host of options with which we can pursue our goals of lifelong improvement.

    Virtual Academy - The AT&T Learning Network® Virtual Academy is a centralized resource of online courses designed to help educators effectively integrate technology into their curriculum, while updating their professional credentials on their terms anytime, anywhere.

    Association for Learning Technology (ALT) - Meetings, publications, membership details, SIGs, and links.

    Spacelink - Educator Guides and Activities - NASA offers a variety of teacher guides related to technology. Let your students experience the activities in Go for EVA, Newton in Space, Rockets, Toys in Space, and Voyage of Endeavour. Check out the technology related activities at the sites listed below.

    Reinventing Schools: The Technology Is Now! - A plausible future for the use of technology in education. Presented by the National Academy of Sciences.

    Virtual Field Trips - Take your students on a new and exciting Virtual Field Trip each week. Many of the field trips include teacher guides.

    New Educational Approaches to Technology - Information on the integration of technology in K-12 education.

    Teachers Connect - A gateway to educational resources for North Carolina teachers. Includes links to NC's best educational websites.

    Getting Girls Interested in Computer Science - Statistics, ten tips to help interest girls in computer science, and many related links.

    Ozline - See our comprehensive package for using "Web-and-Flow" to support schools, districts and regions.

    The Technology Coordinator's Web Site - Information for educators who have a leadership role in integrating technology in K-12 schools and educational settings.

    Developing a School or District Technology Plan - Hyperlinked summary of this issue.

    Technology in Education - Annotated collection of links to resources related to using or planning to use technology in schools.

    Planning for Change and Technology - Processes and tools to assist in leading change and planning for technology.

    Bermuda Computing Curriculum Project - A collaborative effort by departments at Stanford University to develop a computing curriculum for Bermuda public secondary schools. Components include content definition, pedagogical design, professional development, and student assessment.

    NetDayCompass - A comprehensive directory of education technology resources designed for decision-makers in K-12 schools. Topics include planning, infrastructure, grants and funding, classroom support, and best practices.

    The US School Page - An educational site. We provide educational and commercial services and products to the educational community at all levels.

    Forefront Curriculum Online - A website developed for teachers who want to effectively integrate the Internet into their classroom. Includes a database of lesson plans.

    SchoolNotes.Com - Linking educators to the community. School Notes offers a free service that allows teachers to post weekly study topics, homework assignments, event schedules and other school-related information to the web. Site includes resources for Parents, Teachers, and Students.

    Persinger - Supporting teachers integrating technology.

    This is our Time - A worldwide telecommunications project for secondary schools organised for Unesco ASP (Associated Schools Projects).

    Technology in the Classroom - Written by teachers to help teachers with ideas, resources, and reviews that will help them use technology in the classroom.

    Keyboarding Research and Resources - A collection of research and resources about when and how to teach keyboarding. Dr. Leigh Zeitz also makes a few comments on the subject.

    METIS Project - A project funded by the European Commission to promote the use of technology in schools using pedagogic advances to reinforce cooperative attitudes in children.

    Cathy Gladen's Master's Project: Using Technology in Schools - Cathy Gladen's use of technology in the classroom, as well as a Master's Project using the school lab after school hours to bridge the Digital Divide. Also links to other educators' sites demonstrating use of technology in schools.

    Science and Math Initiatives (SAMI) - Resources, funding, and curriculum for Math and Science teachers.

    Teachers Helping Teachers - Lesson plans for integrating the Internet with your curriculum. This is a free, non-profit service. It costs nothing to access the information, and no money is made from teachers who contribute.

    Social Studies Lesson Plans and Resources - Dr. Marty Levine, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge (CSUN), has gathered lesson plans and resources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful.

    Twin Groves Jr. High School Projects - Curriculum for using the Internet in your classroom. Includes: Language Arts/Reading, Social Studies, Math, Biological and Physical Science, Foreign Language, P.E. and Health. - Creating a one-stop network of local, state, and national education resources. Home to 9,000+ schools, teachers, and education-focused organizations across the country. Offers free web building tools and web hosting service.

    National Education Association - Technology - A place to find resources on Policy, Instructional Issues, and Community Involvement.

    Making The Grade - Using technology to link schools to the outside world, transform education, and enhance learning.

    Teachers.Nick.Com - Nickelodeon's educational web site where teachers can find classroom resources and lesson plans to use with Cable in the Classroom programming for all Nick's educational shows.

    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. - 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.

    Virtual Architecture - Support and extend your use of Virtual Architecture: Designing and Directing Curriculum-Based Telecollaboration. Contains additional examples of curriculum-based educational telecomputing projects and resources that are related to ideas shared in the book.

    SIMON - School Internet Manager Over Networks from NASA (MacIntosh only)

    WWWEDU - Forum on the use of the World Wide Web in education. WWWEDU is a moderated discussion with over 1600 members from 35 countries. You can use this web site to learn more about WWWEDU, to browse through the archive of past discussions and to subscribe to the list itself.

    Student Surf - Offers free web based email for teachers and students and hosts webpages for school projects and other school related pages.

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