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Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section
Math: In 155 personal collections, gets students excited about numbers.See james Rutledge personal collection for Liberal Arts Math.
The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice
All disciplines and Educational Psychology: Videos on classroom practice.
PORT (Psychology Online Research Tutorial)
Psychology: how to do research for psychology courses. Step by step tutorial
Pre-Columbian History- Very flashy and engaging.
Biology: Retinal Illusions
Research Guide for Doing Undergraduate History
History: A good reference site for how to do research.
The Nuts and Bolts of College Writing
English: Help in all stages of the writing process, including planning, editing, documenting, and mechanics.
For all disciplines. How to properly site sources.
Japanese: Good for lab practice
The Valcour Bay Research Project on the Web
The Historian's Toolbox
A good reference site for students
PowerPoint to YouTube using Windows Movie Maker
National Museum of African American History and Culture
A great project site for Historians. Students can encourage family members to contribute to the Memory book. They can also apply for internships and volunteer for the museum. Great way to make History come alive.
For AST, this site teaches keyboarding.
Active Learning with PowerPoint
All disciplines can beef up their Powerpoint use.
Special Educational Needs: Modern Foreign Languages
This site has many strategies to include language learners with diverse needs and learning. Special needs include gifted and talented as well as learning and physical diasbilities.
spanish.language&culture (Spanish Language and Culture)
Bernie Dodge's page
Mexico para niños
Good Spanish site for kids
E Pluribus Unum: America in the 1770s, 1850s, and 1920s
History: This site explores American cultural identity and provides primary texts e-texts and other resources for a variety of periods.
Africa Focus: Sights and Sounds of a Continent
History: This online collection is maintained on the website of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. It contains digitized visual images and sounds of Africa
The Hero's Journey
English. Also see Mascaro Collection on storytelling in the digital environment.
Educational Technology Open Source Textbook
Meaningful learning, information literacy,learning with technology
Blues man with a dashing blues hound
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