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Educational Technology Links
These are some of the highlights from my 15 years experience in educational technology. There are certainly hundreds and thousand more, and if I get time, I'll add to the list.
  • Kidspiration/Inspiration outlining, concept mapping/mind mapping software
  • Tom Snyder Productions for excellent educational software, much of it designed for the one-computer classroom.
  • The WebQuest Site for all your information about WebQuests from the co-originator. Excellent place to find any WebQuest you might need or a place to make your own.
  • Education World A nice clearinghouse/portal with links to lots of useful information and resources.
  • PBS with links to kids, parents and teachers sites with tons of resources.
  • National Geographic also with lots of good educational resources available.
  • Library of Congress, the nation's library with absolute oodles of collections in many different subject areas. Includes text, pictures, movies and sounds for researching and teaching.
  • CIA World Factbook. However you feel about the CIA, this is an incredible reference with loads of useful information about every country in the world. Includes maps, flags and all the demographic information you could want. And after all, you've already paid for it with your taxes.

Stuff I Use
  • iStockPhoto for high quality inexpensive stock photos & clipart
  • Sandvox for simple creation of high quality web sites
  • Apple Computers for hardware and software that just works
  • CSSEdit an excellent CSS editor

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