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- EDUCAUSE Online Guide to Evaluating Information Technology on Campus: What to ask about information technology when choosing a college or university.
- EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2003: 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.
- Educational Technology: Higher Education Links for educational technology: journals and newsletters, associations, consortia and networks
- Educational Uses of Networks: Collection of guidelines for using electronic communication in the classroom.
- Edutech: Higher Education and New Technologies: Community and resources for learning technologies in higher education, especially at Swiss universities.
- FAST (Free Assessment Summary Tool): Web-based assessment tool that allows students to anonymously submit feedback about their course and/or instructor.
- InTRO: Instructional Technology Research Online; includes a document repository, interviews, links, and a "who's who in instructional technology" section.
- Students Perceptions of Distance Learning, Online Learning and the Traditional Classroom: Results of a study done at a medium sized state university which finds that distance learning and on-line learning technologies are perceived by students as having some benefits although they are not necessarily knowledge-related. related.
- Students' Perceptions of Technology in Learning: Presentation of survey results by Scott Siddall of Denison University.
- Study Aids for Visual Learners: 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.
- SyllabusWeb: Information on technology and education, from Syllabus Press.
- The Costs Project Cost of Supporting Technology The COSTS Project (Cost of Supporting Technology Services): Participants in the COSTS project submit data on technology spending for their schools and then receive comparative data from the entire COSTS database. Participation is free to schools who submit their data. Only schools that participate receive the detailed data and the full analyses. How to participate, history, participating schools, and presentations and articles.
- The Electronic Scholar: This site is devoted to the use of high tech tools, such as streaming video, to study expert practice in teaching and to generate and disseminate scholarship.
- The Epiphany Project: Provided strategies and support to assist mainstream writing faculty with integrating technology into their classroom.
- The Moderator's HomePage: Set of resources for moderators of online discussion in both academic and non-academic settings.
- The Society for College and University Planning: A network of professionals dedicated to excellence in planning for higher education
- The Wired Professor: Companion web site to a book about technology in college education.
- Using Spreadsheets to Keep Track of Students' Grades: Brief introduction to using Excel and other spreadsheets for managing students' grades and performing basic statistics.
- Webdevshare 2002: Annual conference emphasizes sharing real-world solutions to real-world situations in e-commerce, Web portals, legacy data, usability, accessibility, and self-service applications in higher education. Indiana University Bloomington, October 6-10, 2002. Also find news about past conferences, mailing lists, and contact information
- Yenza!: Using the Internet for research and teaching in the Social Sciences and Humanities.