Saturday, August 21, 2004

Instructional Design Workbook

The University of Southern Alabama hosts an online workbook for Instructional Design. For those of us who can use a refresher in creating courseware, look at this amazing free site available at http://www.southalabama.edu/coe/idbook/home.html . You must have Shockwave downloaded on your PC to use it, but the site has a link to that download.

Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Another Educational View on Blogging

This is Educations World's view on blogging.

Tuesday, August 03, 2004

Higher Ed Res

Higher Ed Res

This site is very valuable for some up-to-date resources for higher education.

Thursday, July 29, 2004

Stephen's Web ~ Edu_RSS ~ Contributing Feeds

Stephen's Web ~ Edu_RSS ~ Contributing Feeds

This is a listing of current blogs concerning higher education. Stephen Downes, the complier of this list, is an international authority on education in general, and distance learning specifically.

Wednesday, July 28, 2004

ThinkingGear

ThinkingGear

Did you ever wish that you could go beyond the standard multiple guess testing model. This site advocates critical thinking. Look around it for some great ideas, and for this tool to create an instructional rubric to assess student learning.

Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Weekly Tips

Weekly Tips

A weekly column with tips for faculty in the college classroom.

COL - Knowledge Finder Portal - ODL Search

COL - Knowledge Finder Portal - ODL Search

A marvelous research tool for faculty professional development.

Monday, July 19, 2004

Oliver Wrede: details of a global brain: Weblogs and Discourse

Oliver Wrede: details of a global brain: Weblogs and Discourse

This is a scholarly paper on the use of blogs in higher education. It is worth the effort to read.

The Chronicle: 6/6/2003: Scholars Who Blog

The Chronicle: 6/6/2003: Scholars Who Blog

Blogging and Higher Education

Distance Learning Moodle Test

Distance Learning Moodle Test
This is a professional development site for full-time and adjunct faculty at Central Texas College. It's purpose is to be a mentoring resource in teaching.


Other Faculty Mentoring Sites


For Faculty; By Faculty Posted by Hello

Welcome to Faculty Mentoring

Whether we have been teaching for decades, or this is our first semester in the classroom, we are not alone!  This blog, and the sites linked within it, strive to serve as a virtual mentor.  We will mentor each other, ask for advice from faculty near and far, and somehow enhance the profession of college teaching.
 
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