This website serves as a uniquely interesting example of student-generated content. Covered topics are wide-ranging and address contemporary subjects of interest that allow for exploration and discovery of the field--e.g., violence in schools, police officer negligence, racism, political campaigns, "Big Brother," and security.
To learn more about Psybersite—including its history and the educational philosophy behind it—readers are referred to the following two publications.
Sherman, R.C. (1998). Using the World Wide Web to teach applications of Social Psychology to everyday life. Teaching of Psychology, 25, 212-216.
Wolfe, C.R., Crider, L., Mayer, L., McBride, M., Sherman, R.C., & Vogel, R. (1998). Toward a "Miami Model" of internet-intensive higher education. Journal of Excellence in College Teaching, 9, 29-50.