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S.O.S. for Information Literacy is a dynamic web-based multimedia resource that includes peer-reviewed lesson plans,... see more

This site offers several tutorials on algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differentail equations, complex variables, matrix... see more

This Scholarly Communication Toolkit was designed by ACRL’s Research and Scholarly Environment Committee as a resource... see more

Peter Milbury, Librarian at Chico High School in Chico, CA, originally created this site, but it is now maintained... see more

From the University of Ottawa's Dr. Tuncer Ören, this site provides a list of online resources, associations, and... see more

News in the digital age spreads faster than ever, and so do lies and hoaxes. Digital verification skills are essential... see more

This website from the Association of College and Research Libraries collates their Information Literacy Framework,... see more

This website is the portal homepage for the Starting Point collection. This site is designed for faculty and graduate... see more

This page is a portal to an in-depth exploration of integrating student peer review into introductory-level geoscience... see more

This website provides an overview of different role-playing types and techniques available through the Starting Point:... see more

This Starting Point Module contains information on teaching with models geoscience education. Modeling is fundamental to... see more

Starting Point's introduction to the use of field labs in entry level geoscience classes. The page is a portal to lab... see more

'TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. On this feed, you'll find TEDTalks video to inspire, intrigue and... see more

The Canadian Association for Media Literacy is made up of teachers, librarians, consultants, parents, cultural workers,... see more

The Charter for Media Literacy exists to support the establishment of media literacy across Europe. By signing the... see more

Fake viral images have become a hallmark of the Internet. But if we look back through history, it's possible to find fake... see more

The Java Tutorials are practical guides for programmers who want to use the Java programming language to create... see more

This website is the home for the Maryland Flipped Classroom Study for Higher Education. This pFlippedClassroom 2roject... see more

NCAT is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to the effective use of information technology to improve... see more

The Innovative Educator (TIE) wiki includes links to hundreds of e-resources. This page focuses on assesment, and links... see more

This site compiles guides, tutorials and help from all over the Web in one easy-to-find place with content focusing on... see more

UCL Press, University College London, is the first fully Open Access University Press Publisher in the United Kingdom... see more

Vimeo like YouTube contains millions of videos. Browse and search the Creative Commons licensed videos on Vimeo. Learn... see more

Collection of tutorials for the first year calculus student. Includes collections of online quizzes and drill problems.