This category contains sites relevant to educational technology in higher (post-secondary) education. This is the place to find resources and information on how to use new technologies in the classroom, how to put your course on the world wide web, and how to use electronic communication to enhance communication with and between students. Note that sites which are not specific to higher education should usually be submitted to the generic Instructional Technology category.
This category contains sites relevant to educational technology in higher (post-secondary) education. Please do not submit websites of colleges, universities, or degree programs here, even if they specialize in technology or educational technology. These sites go to Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities.
Websites of university service units for instructional technology. These centers usually provide support and training in educational uses of technology for faculty at their respective institutions, and often have useful resources available online.
Link collections and resource directories for instructional technology in higher education.
MUDs (Multi-User Domains) and MOOs (MUD, Object Oriented) are often used as educational tools. This category contains links to individual educational MUDs and sites dealing with the use of MUDs in higher education.
National and international organizations dedicated to technology in higher education.
Periodicals and individual articles dealing with instructional technology in higher education.