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a.) Sample Internet Lessons and Learning Projects http://schoolnet2.carleton.ca/english/ext/aboriginal/lessons/index.html
This is a very valuable site including History of the Internet, Internet Terminology, and other net links. The lessons here have been set up for classroom use and are also designed to:
1. Teach something about the Internet
2. Teach how to use the Internet
3. Teach something by using information gained from the Internet.
These lessons plans and learning projects are provided to schoolnet courtesy of ABENAKI ASSOCIATES.
b.) Federal Communications Commission: LearnNet Sites, http://www.fcc.gov/learnnet/
This web site is called as FCC's Informal Education page. Nowadays, Technology has greater power to enhance education. The FCC is working to bring every school in America into the information age. LearnNet is about important FCC policy and education initiatives. The Internet Educators can also join FCC in dialogue to help spread the benefits of technology to schools and libraries nationwide. Here the educators can also found the links to Other Educator Sites.
c.)Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) http://ericir.syr.edu
The Educational Resources Information Center(ERIC), a federally-funded national information system that provides through its 16 subject-specific clearinghouses, and support components, a variety of services and products on a broad range of education-related issues.
d.)AskERIC at http://www.askeric.org
This web site is personalized Internet-based service providing education information to teachers, librarians, counselors, administrators, parents, and others throughout the United States and the World. It began in 1992 as a project of the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information and Technology at Syracuse University. AskERIC is a SUN SITE repository, which enables it to expand the quality and quantity of its resources and services to the education community.
e.) KidsONLINE: INTERNET ONLINE SUMMIT:FOCUS ON CHILDREN, http://www.kidsonline.org
KIDSONLINE is dedicated to assure that steps are taken to make the Internet online experience safe, educational and entertaining for children. We the Internet Educators, recognize the growing potential of the Internet and the need to carefully weigh the alternatives for action to avoid unnecessarily stifling its development or intruding on constitutional rights.This Internet Online Summit is also made to examine children's relationships with the Internet is complex, involving issues of equitable access, marketing and the advertising practices, quality content, privacy, and safety from harmful content, and illegal activity, among others.
f.)A Pocket Guide to ERIC, http://www.aspensys.com/eric/
The Educational Resources Information Center(ERIC is a national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. It has been established in
the year of 1966, ERIC is supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, and administered by the National Library of Education. The ERIc database, the world's largest source of Information, contains nearly a million abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice. The Teachers, Administrators, School board members, Librarians, Students, Journalists, Professors, Researchers, Parents and Community Members can use the ERIC Database.
g.)Classroom Connect, http://www.classroom.net
The free web site is the link to hottest educational web links and in-depth information about using the Internet in the K-12 classroom worldwide. There are more than 3,000 online educators have made the free online discussion group a vibrant forum for sharing information about the Internet in the K-12 Classroom. More Details can be found at:-- http://www.classroom.net/classroom/maillist.html
h.) Parents Guide to the Internet, http://www.ed.gov/pubs/parents/internet
For many of us, computers are exciting, but puzzling. Our Children know far more about computers than we do!, This is best site for the Guardians, that How do we bridge the gap between what our children know and what we know to be able to assist them with their school work and help them get ready for the information age of the next century ?
i.) Academe This Week(e-journal), http://thisweek.chronicle.com/index.html
Academe This Week is a service of The Chronicle of Higher Education. Published weekly, The Chronicle is the No. 1 news source for college and university faculty members and administrators.
j.) EEVL: An Internet Gateway For Engineers, http://www.eevl.ac.uk
The Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library(EEVL), is a gateway to the Internet resources in Engineering. The need for such gateway, the background to the EEVL Project, its development, promotion, use, and future are discussed on the site.
k.)NetTech News, http://www.nettech.org
NetTech searches the Web for new and exemplary sites in educational technology. Each month NetTech highlights the 12 best educational technology web sites. The criteria for selecting the web sites include innovative use of educational technology; well-organized content; user-friendly graphic interface design; support for educational reform.
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