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

A basic introduction to how blogs can be used as a learning tool. Originally designed for a workshop, the material is... see more

The site covers how to begin, how to operate, and how to make e-learning successful and enjoyable.

An interview with Ken W. White, a co-author of The Online Teaching Guide, a new guidebook intended to help professors run... see more

Blogger allows you to create your own page and post information for others to view. It can be used by educators to... see more

This report contains complete information about the design, offering, and assessment of a new American literature course... see more

This recipient of the 2003 Sloan-C award for Excellence in Online Teaching describes the specific techniques he uses for... see more

Learn how to create an interactive online tutorial, from concept to finished product. All faculty who want to make their... see more

European Schoolnet: Living Schools Lab is a great opportunity for teachers to see other innovative uses of Internet... see more

Professor Alexandra Juhasz of Pitzer College is teaching a course entitled "Learning from YouTube." The idea behind it is... see more

A rundown of 7 common pitfalls awaiting new distance learning instructors, followed by 16 practical guidelines.

This web-poster session demonstrates how Angelo & Cross' Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) can be adapted and used... see more

'The purpose of the following list of guidelines is to help educators new to online teaching, design, facilitate, and... see more

What do you think of this resource? Please click to complete a quick survey. Download the supporting... see more

A blog of news and research articles relating to online learning. With three postings a day, 365 days a year, dating back... see more

A mobile device is any hand-held tool that permits Internet access and allows for communication and collaboration between... see more

The practice of learning and teaching is not pre-determined, but always related to the tools and systems used in the... see more

This site is part of a collection of best practices materials. Guidelines are provided for online communication and the... see more

'The protocols discussed in the following pages were modified from protocols described in the following two books:... see more

CATS Members Marco Martinez and Mike Menchaca of CSU Sacramento will guide participants through the TAPPED IN site on May... see more

This webinar is the second of a weekly series of ATD webinars focused on supporting faculty, staff, and students during... see more

For those of us who continue to teach asynchronous online courses during the 2021-2022 academic year, it’s worth... see more

This article provides a number of suggestions (actually, 100) for how to use Facebook in the classroom. The article... see more