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In this investigation, the author utilized a modified Delphi technique to validate whether graduate level online faculty... see more

Audio/video discussion has been used increasingly in online courses due to its affordances in enhancing online... see more

This study used the technology acceptance model to explore undergraduate students’ perceptions of the virtual world of... see more

This article presents the findings of early childhood special education graduate student’s experiences within two... see more

The physical “brick and mortar” classroom is starting to lose its monopoly as the place of learning. The Internet has... see more

In a 2013 report, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) discussed the need to develop skills... see more

With the rise in online education, universal design is an emerging trend aimed at providing available education... see more

The aim of this study was to make salient the key characteristics and tacit competencies that build an effective... see more

Faculty, administrators, and media outlets express a range of opinions about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). As any... see more

Plagiarism and academic dishonesty are phenomena that have a long history. With the advent of the Internet, and easily... see more

Large collection of platform independent, interactive, java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics and teacher... see more

A teaching resource for digital literacy, stimulus for story telling and creativity that is FREE to download. It has been... see more

This document is the product of the University of Illinois Teaching at an Internet Distance Seminar. The group met... see more

This is a great site where users will examine major evolutionary concepts, explore teaching methodologies, and address... see more

A lesson on whale evolution based on DNA, geological, paleontological, physiological and morphological evidence. Students... see more

This site has been created to show students how cells work. It reviews the functions of the cell organelles. This web... see more

History Matters is designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. history courses; however, teacher education... see more

A collection of visual and curriculum resources that are submitted by professors/scientists from around the world.

What plagiarism is--the different types. Examples of sources used incorrectly and then used correctly.

This is the complete text of a book, for teachers, published by the National Academy of Sciences. The book addresses the... see more

Contains student activities/fractions/teacher's page

Math.com is a Web site that has a combination of educational principles and technology. This site provides ways to learn... see more

LabWrite guides students through the entire lab experience. The resources are divided into four parts that are structured... see more