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This site answers the following questions: What Are CATs? Why Should I Use CATs? How Should I Use CATs? Where Can I Find... see more

An excellent overview of the benefits to using podcasting in the classroom.

This site contains a lot of information about the use of clickers.  There are also some suggestions for how an instructor... see more

This site has several links and attachments that are helpful in teaching with clickers, or personal response systems. ... see more

This comprehensive guide discusses pedagogical aspects of clickers in a great amount of detail, in order to achieve... see more

We have created a set of high-quality videos giving an inside look at personal response systems ("clickers") being used... see more

In this paper, published in the ?Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration,? the authors, Yuliang Liu and Dean... see more

Brief presentation on how concept maps are introduced and utilized as a remediation and assessment tool with radiologic... see more

Concept to Classroom provides a series of free, online, professional development workshops geared at teaching strategies... see more

The connexions site is maintained by Rice University. It contains a significant number of links and is growing regularly.... see more

This is a handbook constructed for Teaching Assistants at Brown University. (It can be downloaded as a pdf file also).... see more

This resource defines cooperative learning and provides guidelines for determining what makes a cooperative team.  There... see more

One of the purposes of this site is to provide a starting point for exploring good pedagogy in the use of technology... see more

This is a short newsletter article that provides some guidelines and suggestions for using collaborative tasks to... see more

Copyright Law in Cyberspace by Georgia Harper of the University of Texas is a complete workshop for Internet users in... see more

This is a 131 page document that was designed to be a faculty guide for course assessment. The chapters are entitled,... see more

This case study briefly explores the steps taken in creating a hybrid college course at Appalachian State University. To... see more

One of 6 learning modules created for the College Educator Development Program - a collaboration of six Ontario colleges:... see more

This is a learning module made up of reusable learning objects that shows the reader how to make learning modules with... see more

This video describes the relative relationship between Copyright and Creative Commons licensing.

The internet catalogue on flipped classrooms for students, teachers, administrators & parents.  

Deaf Planet's web media site is in both American Sign Language (ASL) and French Sign Language (LSQ). Their site content... see more

Web 2.0 has emerged into a large, growing, and developing world of content and platforms. Gaming has rapidly expanded... see more

A paper outlining basic considerations that should be given during the design and development process of web based... see more