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Web Sites to Explore


Copyright on the Web
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The Copyright Website This site endeavors to provide real world, practical and relevant copyright information of interest to infonauts, netsurfers, webspinners, content providers, musicians, appropriationists, activists, infringers, outlaws, and law abiding citizens.
Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights Links to this site contributed by Sarah Smith and other members of libraryresearch.org
Teacher's Domain Teachers' Domain is an online educational service with two related components — collections and courses — that help teachers enhance their students' learning experiences and advance their own teaching skills.
10 Big Myths about copyright explained An attempt to answer common myths about copyright seen on the net and cover issues related to copyright and USENET/Internet publication.
Copyright & Fair Use This site is sponsored by the Council on Library Resources, FindLaw Internet Legal Resources and the Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources.
Crash Course in Copyright Someone owns just about everything Fair use lets you use their things - But not as much as you'd like to Sometimes you have to ask for permission Sometimes you are the owner - think about that!
Copyright and Multimedia Law Links to many helpful resourses
Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia Advising professors and students on acceptable uses of multimedia materials for educational purposes that would not infringe on owners' copyrights.
Computer Science / Liberal Arts? Brian Kernighan works his audience with a fast patter and a ready smile. The challenge he has set for himself is to demystify computing for a classroom full of liberal arts undergraduates at Princeton.



Multi-Media Documents with MS Word
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Word 2000 Tutorial ... from Florida Gulf Coast University
Hyper-Links Everyone knows about hyperlinks on a web page, but in a Word document? Yes. In fact hyperlinks can be created in all Microsoft Office applications; PowerPoint, Excel and Word.
Word Document to PowerPoint If you have said (or thought) that, I would like to present a simple way of putting together the content of a PowerPoint show. Notice the emphasis. Too often a PowerPoint show is all about glitzy graphics and fancy animation. The following procedure puts the emphasis squarely on content
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TrackStar
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TrackStar Home TrackStar is on on-line interface that helps instructors organize and annotate Web sites nto lessons.
Quiz Star QuizStar is a FREE web-based program!. With this web-based utility, you will be able to create a custom quiz that others can take online! If you have a lesson plan centered around internet websites, or if you want students to be able to do take-home assignments over the internet, then QuizStar is for you.
Thoughts about WebQuests by Bernie Dodge, San Diego State University
Think Tank Think Tank is designed to help students (grades 3-8) develop a Research Organizer (a list of topics and subtopics) for reports and projects.
Web Worksheet Wizard This web-based utility will allow you to create a lesson, worksheet or class page on the World Wide Web. All you need to use this utility is your browser and some time.


Web Quests
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What is a WebQuest Anyway? Learn all about WebQuests and how you can create differentiated and independent learning in your classroom
Creating Lesson Plans Selected as a featured site in Lightspan's StudyWeb¨ as one of the best educational resources on the Web
Thoughts about WebQuests by Bernie Dodge, San Diego State University
WeqQuests THE the WebQuest Home Page.
WebQuests Building Blocks Putting a WebQuest together is not much different from creating any kind of lesson.
WebQuests Templates Templates provide an easy way to get started creating your WebQuest. Since 1995, we've provided templates for the Student and Teacher pages as simple, single-page documents.
a WebQuest WebQuests in the Middle School Curriculum: Promoting Technological Literacy in the!
Matrix of Examples WebQuests have been developed by student teachers, experienced teachers, library/media specialists and others.
Rubric for Evaluating WebQuests This rubric will help you pinpoint the ways in which your WebQuest isn't doing everything it could do.


Filamentality
  1. What is Filamentality
  2. Beginners Guide
  3. HotList - The first step in using the power of the Internet for learning is linking to the sites that you find most useful. When you create a hotlist, your learners will be saved hours of aimless surfing.
  4. Scrapbooks -- exporation of a Multimedia Scrapbook. Here learners dig through a collection of Internet sites organized around specific categories such as, photographs, maps, stories, facts, quotations, sound clips, videos, virtual reality tours, etc. Learners use the Scrapbook to find aspects of the broader topic that they feel are important. Example Exploring China
  5. Treasure Hunt -- The basic strategy here is to find Web pages that hold information (text, graphic, sound, video, etc.) that you feel is essential to understanding the given topic. Example Black Histroy Past to Present
  6. Subject Sampler -- Samplers work like "a box of chocolates": you open the box, look over things, think you can see something you'd like, then poke your finger into it. If you like it, you eat it. If you don't, you leave it poked into for someone else to try. Sample Exploring Chinese Culture
  7. WebQuest -- When it's time to go beyond learning facts and to get into grayer, more challenging aspects of the topic, your students are ready to try a WebQuest. Basically, a WebQuest presents student groups with a challenging task, scenario, or problem to solve. Example Look Who's Footing the Bill


your Web Site
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HTML-Kit HTML-Kit is a full-featured text editor designed to help HTML, XML and script authors to edit, format, lookup help, validate, preview and publish web pages. Newcomers to HTML coding can benefit from letting it point out errors and suggest improvements. Experts can save time spent on common tasks using the customizable and extendible editor while maintaining full control over the code.
the Quest Channel by Classroom Connect.
Computer Networks and the Internet a link from Gail Silverstein's book review.
wikis It might sound a little crazy, letting just anyone write whatever they want on your Web site. But that's just what Wikis are designed for. Wikipedia.org, for example, lets the public collaborate to build a surprisingly accurate encyclopedia. Commentator David Weinberger says wikis are one example of "social software," intended to allow people to work together with ease.
Wikipedia Wikipedia is a multilingual project to create a complete and accurate open content encyclopedia.


HyperText
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EastGate HyperText At Eastgate, we create new hypertext technologies and publish serious hypertext, fiction and non-fiction: serious, interactive writing.


Interesting Sites - valid? sites
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the Internet Public Library Includes a "text ONLY version" -- Why?
VirtualSalt Evaluating Internet Research Sources
techLearn Building a Content-Rich School Web Page
Education World Lots of Stuff
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Connecting a Lesson
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WETMAAP Wetland Education Through maps and Areial Photography
Curriculum Standards Standards coming out our your ears !!!
Louisiana Content Starndards K12 Curriculum Standards
LCET Louisiana Center for Educational Technology
Louisiana Standards by Content Area Making Connections ....
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HTML -- Programming the Web
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WebMonkey The How-to Library
HTML Goodies If you know nothing about HTML -- this is where to start! These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day.
Really really beginning HTML If even the most basic HTML guides assume you know things you've never heard of, this is where you should start.
Learning HTML for Kids This tutorial attempts to teach the young (10 years old and up) about the markup language HTML.
Google Search more sites
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The Weather Web
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NASA Interactive Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Images
Weather Underground A great weather site!!!
Local Radar Local Radar ... by George
Weather Search Search Google for hurricane weather
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Evaluating Web Sites
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Think Critically about the Web in an educational setting
APA Style Citation Reference
Kathleen Schrock Guide for Educators
enGauge Indicator: Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues
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Getting Started
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New Orleans Public Library Web Home Page
Homework Help Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Subject Guide
Fact Monster the Family Education Network
Lii Librarians' Index to the Internet
Big Chalk Resoursed by grade level
ask Jeeves for Kids Students ask questions ...
iLink UNO Library's new iLink
EdWeb Be sure to click on every pencil!
Internet Use by Teachers Research by Henry Jay Becker
NETS The National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) Project is an ongoing initiative of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and a consortium of distinguished partners and co-sponsors.
ISTE Technology Standards Standards for Basic Endorsement in Educational Computing and Technology Literacy.
Louisiana Education Reform New Content Standards and Louisiana Center for Educational Technology
EDUVINET EDUVINET is an initiative to promote the use of the Internet for teaching and learning in and between European schools through the development of exemplary teaching content, teacher training and a variety of other supportive measures.
Check this out Can you find any information here to make you want to build your own web site?
UNO College of Education Your job, should you accept it ...
Project Gutenberg The Project Gutenberg Philosophy is to make information, books and other materials available to the general public in forms a vast majority of the computers, programs and people can easily read, use, quote, and search.
What is HyperText You will find out -- Who is Ted Nelson? What is Xanadu? Who is Douglas Englebart? Why should I care about HyperText?
W3C You will find out -- Who is Tim Berners-Lee? What is a Web server? Why should I care about the Web?
Educational Technology Coordinator Proposed New State Certification Program, Certification in Educational Technology Coordinator.
Astronomy Picture of the Day Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.