Academic journal article Phi Delta Kappan

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Academic journal article Phi Delta Kappan

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Learning Technologies

The range of material and resources available on the World Wide Web has made technology itself, in all its forms, a topic of considerable interest to teachers and professors alike. The following list of resources was prepared for university faculty members but can prove equally valuable to teachers in K-12 schools.


Created by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), this site is designed for those with an interest in advancing knowledge and learning with information technology worldwide.

AskEric (Educational Technology) provides a directory of educational technology sites and is maintained by the U.S. Department of Education.

The site was created by Forde Multimedia Consulting to encourage debate on the merits and pitfalls of using educational technology in real schools. Expert commentators include such "mavens" as Bonnie Bracey, Larry Cuban, Jamie McKenzie, Alan November, and Seymour Papert.

This site allows visitors to download stock photographs absolutely free and to use them in any website or publication, personal or commercial. There is no royalty, use fee, or cost of any kind.

This site is a comprehensive source for facts on the Internet.

The TrackStar site helps instructors organize and annotate websites (URLs) for use in lessons. The resource list remains visible at all times, allowing users to easily stay on track.

The websites collected by Teaching with Electronic Media, University of Maryland, College Park, and presented on this page reflect the considerable variety of uses for computing and related forms of electronic technology in teaching.

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