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

The History of Vaccines offers standards-based resources for use in biology and health courses. There are timelines,... see more

This website offer a range of resources, including video clips, discussion points, downloadable guidance and... see more

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

Connecting Presidential Collections is a free centralized site for searching across presidential collections.   The... see more

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

As the site says, "Google Lit Trips are free downloadable files that mark the journeys of characters from famous... see more

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

A well-organized collection of Java tutorials with clear, brief examples of each.

JavaScript Tutorials -- a set of thirty.

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 site provides 10 animations on topics of interest in molecular medicine including cytogenetics and DNA isolation.

Secrets of the Sequenceis a series of 50+ videos with accompanying classroom-tested lesson plans.  They are designed to... see more

Princeton University is making available a new collection of digitized material on liberty and the American Revolution.... see more

This site provides a quiz composed of pictures of 10 websites. The user determines whether or not the website shown is... see more

This site provides a collection of good quality, education-related videos. Some examples are: "A Vision of Today's... 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

LoLa is an exchange for facilitating the sharing of high-quality learning objects. It contains materials for use across... 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 sites lists information about 15 websites that can be used to hold a webinars including Google Hangout, Skype, Cisco... 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

"Publications on Paris architecture and urbanism, including a number of works by Austrian-born Jean-Charles Krafft... see more

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