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The authors distinguish between prosodic functions (what the prosody does) and prosodic forms (what the prosody is). The... see more

"Broadcast Composition"is a case study discussion of Steve Krause's evolving use of audio files, podcasts, and... see more

This tutorial goes hand in hand with the Citation Machine that guides students in correct citation procedures. The... see more

KnowledgeWorks Foundation (KWF) and the Institute For The Future (IFTF) are pleased to present the KWF/IFTF Map of Future... see more

Roy: Tale of a Singing Zebra is a delightful nine part guided reading story about following your dreams, making friends... see more

The Web site contains an extensive index to on-line references, including links to more than 20,000 on-line calculators... see more

An excellent up-to-date resource providing you all you need to know about digital resources for teaching, learning, and... see more

A collection of original and well known French literary works from the 16th through 19th centuries.

Backward design begins with the end in mind: What enduring understandings do I want my students to develop? How will my... see more

A website replete with research information and tools for making international comparisons.

The author, Clark Quinn,will be giving an upcoming webinar where he makes his case for defining microlearning.  And, as... see more

GeoGebra is a dynamic mathematics software for education in secondary schools that joins geometry, algebra and calculus.... see more

This video is featured in the Next Vista For Learning video collection, free 1-5 minute clips you can also download. In a... see more

The Training Needs Assessment course is taught for the Instructional Technologies (ITEC) Department at San Francisco... see more

Arcade is a computer program for the simulation and animation of physical structures. It is based on computation methods... see more

H-German is a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. It is a daily Internet discussion forum focused on... see more

The web provides not only a previously inconceivable wealth of information, but also the potential for experiences which... see more

This collection of resources that explain & determine both learning styles and multiple intelligences contains several... see more

This section of the "Native Languages of the Americas" web site contains a variety of high quality and effective... see more

N I N E S stands for a Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship, a scholarly organization... see more

PubChem provides information on the biological activities of small molecules. It is a component of NIH's Molecular... see more

"Broadcast Composition" is a case study discussion of Steven D. Krause's evolving use of audio files, podcasts, and... see more

A companion piece to the Getting Students involved is the Classroom Structures matrix with a number of suggestions of how... see more

A resource guide for learning about structured conceptual mapping. It includes links to general introductory materials,... see more