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  • Developing a School or District Technology Plan - Hyperlinked summary of this issue.
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  • Educational Technology WebRing - List of all member web sites.
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  • Electronic Emissary - Helps K-12 teachers and students with web access locate other Internet users who are experts in different disciplines for the purpose of setting up curriculum-based, electronic exchanges among the teachers, students, and the experts. Also conducts research on telementoring interactions in which K-12 students are active inquirers.
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  • Grazing the Net: Raising a Generation of Free Range Students - The theme of this article is the value of raising young people to think, explore and make meaning for themselves.
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  • Integrated Technology Education Group - Describes a total system approach to the challenges of linking education technology products and services to school facilities, while seeking to optimize student learning.
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  • Internet Pocket Guide for Teachers - Gives teachers step-by-step directions for getting connected to the Internet. Includes exercises and tips for using the Internet in the curriculum.
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  • Internet4Classrooms - Index to three collections of sites designed to help teachers use the Internet effectively, or to learn specific software applications.
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  • The iTeacherEd Project - This site is an original resource for instructional technology for the K-12 level and for Schools of Education wanting to better introduce technological literacy into Teacher Education Programs.
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  • Lower Hudson Regional Information Center - Educational technology resources available for technology leadership including school lesson plans, security, networks, software, and student information systems.
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  • Making the Net Work for Schools: Online Research Modules - Online research modules provide a path a teacher can follow with a class of students. They offer clear instructions as well as daily activities which focus on higher level thinking and electronic resources which have been tested for quality.
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  • McKinsey Report - Provides facts and perspectives to help policymakers and educators understand what it will take to connect the nation's public K-12 schools to the information superhighway over the next 5 to 10 years. Prepared for the National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIIAC).
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  • National Center for Technology Planning - A clearinghouse for the exchange of many types of information related to technology planning.
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  • NetLingo: The Internet Language Dictionary - A dictionary and glossary for the language of the Internet acronyms.
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  • November Learning - Promotes effective use of information and communication technologies to support and enhance learning. Provides information about educational technology, teacher training, professional development, grants, and learning on the Internet.
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  • Ozline - A package for using "Web-and-Flow" to support schools, districts and regions.
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  • Quia - Create educational webpages or games or tests for a fee.
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  • Teachers Helping Teachers - Lesson plans for integrating the Internet with your curriculum. This is a free, non-profit service. It costs nothing to access the information, and no money is made from teachers who contribute.
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  • Tech Corps - A national non-profit organization dedicated to improving K-12 education at the grassroots level by helping educators effectively use technology in their schools.
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  • The Technology Coordinator's Web Site - Information for educators who have a leadership role in integrating technology in K-12 schools and educational settings.
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  • Technology in Education - Annotated collection of links to resources related to using or planning to use technology in schools.
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  • Technology Student Association - TSA is a national organization devoted to elementary, middle and high school students with a dedicated interest in technology. Assisting TSA's students are teachers, alumni, parents and business leaders who support a technologically literate society.
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  • The TELRI Project: Technology Enhanced Learning in Research-led Institutions - News, resources, publications, events, case studies and evaluation materials, project overview, and contact details.
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  • This is our Time - A worldwide telecommunications project for secondary schools organised for Unesco ASP (Associated Schools Projects).
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  • U.S. Dept. of Education - Educational Technology - Funding opportunities for technology, the Technology Literacy Challenge, information on the e-rate, research and publications.
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  • Uncommon Sense: Educators Reinventing the Profession from the Inside Out - There is no set of workshops, exercises, books, CD-ROMs or Web sites that will take us where we need to go, simply because the goal keeps moving. However, there are a host of options with which we can pursue our goals of lifelong improvement.
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  • Virtual Architecture - Contains examples of curriculum-based educational telecomputing projects and other related resources. Companion site to the ISTE book of the same name.
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  • World Links - Connects and trains teachers and kids in developing countries to improve education and employment opportunities. Includes news, features stories, and links to resources. In English, Spanish and French.
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  • YouthLearn - A resource and community for after-school youth programs that integrate technology. Includes lesson plans, teaching techniques, project design tools, samples and examples, software/hardware advice, discussions.
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