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This website presents videos by great educators and facilitates the incorporation of these videos in lessons.  A "flip"... see more

This resource offers advice on how to avoid plagiarism. It contains the following sections: 1. Overview and... see more

This is a collection of online tools for learning.  There is a variety of tools organized into different categories. ... see more

This video (7:35) is enlightening about the scope and repercussions of sharing personal information online.

This is a tool to create interactive timelines.  While often used for history, they can be used for any subject with a... see more

This is a free, easy-to-use tool that can be used to create custom Jeopardy game questions available online. It can be... see more

This is a tool that makes decision-making fun.  Its uses are limited only by the needs and imagination of the educator. ... see more

This blog post describes a dozen interesting but little known things you might want to do with YouTube including adding... see more

True to its title, this material presents ways Google Plus can be used in higher education.   The material is presented... see more

This website can be used for mind mapping;  it's a graphical tool for developing and organizing ideas.  It's a Web... see more

This site evaluates free Web2.0 interactive and collaborative e-learning tools for their accessibility.  Both educators... see more

This page provides resources to cloud computing tools for educators interested in storage, synchronization, creation of... see more

The WWW brings with it the opportunity for educators to share material on a global scale.  Fully online courses have been... see more

Bing Pulse is Microsoft's relatively new technology for live feedback from audiences of any size, during any event, and... see more

This web site is dedicated to simple video-related software that lets computer users do several useful things with... see more

Big Think, newly opened, hopes to be "a YouTube for ideas." The site offers brief interviews with academics, authors,... see more

This tutorial explains how to use Word 2007's new Citation styler feature to add both a formatted bibliography and... see more

These tutorials for creating learning objects come with an overview, some basic information on its constructs and... see more

This quiz reinforces the contents of the video "Four Reasons to Care About Your Digital Footprint" from the Internet... see more

The aim of “Exploring Emerging Technologies for Lifelong Learning and Success (#EmTechMOOC)” is to identify the value and... see more

FOLD is an open-source tool for anyone who want to tell a story.  It is a "reading, authoring, and publishing platform"... see more

This site from Google provides lesson plans on three levels, beginner, intermediate, advanced, as well as a daily search... see more

In this age of technology, machine intelligence is developing rapidly.  There will inevitably be situations where these... see more