Instructional Technology Resources
Instructional Technology Links
Ensuring the Appropriate Use of Educational Technology: An Update for Local Academic Senates:
from: California Community Colleges System Office
- Distance Education Access Guidelines for Students with Disabilities
- Distance Education Guidelines Transmittal Letter (August 2008)
- Distance Education Guidelines (2008 Omnibus Version)
A Publication of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Instructional Technology Links
- Yahoo.com > Education > Instructional_Technology
- Google.com > Education > Instructional Technology
- Open Directory – Reference: Education: Instructional Technology
The Open Directory Project is a human-edited directory, constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors.
- California Learning Resource Network
The purpose of the California Learning Resource Network is to provide a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify supplemental electronic learning resources that both meet local instructional needs and embody the implementation of California curriculum frameworks and standards.
- US Department of Education Technology Initiative
Educational Technology links from the Dept. of Education.
- Instructional Technology Research Online (Georgia State University)
InTRO is dedicated to providing professionals in the field of Instructional Technology with an electronic forum to disseminate, discuss, and advance research in Instructional Technology and related fields.
- IU – UC Berkeley
The Interactive University Project (IU) enables UC Berkeley to make its unmatched resources of people and knowledge available on the Internet. We serve learners and educators, targeting K-12 teachers, students, their families, and local communities throughout the Bay Area and California.
- From Now On
Educational Technology for Engaged Learning Educational Technology for Literacy
- UC TLtC
University of California Teaching, Learning and technology Center
- Instructional Technology Related Links
Instructional Technology Services, Prince George’s Community College
- Teaching, Learning, and Technology
A Non-Profit Corporation. The non-profit TLT Group has helped over 500 educational institutions, associations, and corporations around the world to improve teaching and learning by making more appropriate and cost-effective use of information technology without sacrificing what matters most. Led by Steve Gilbert and Steve Ehrmann, and featuring assessment tools from the award-winning Flashlight Program, The TLT Group can help accelerate educational improvement while easing the stresses of institutional change.
EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
- eLearn magazine
eLearn magazine is published by ACM, a not-for-profit educational association serving those who work, teach, and learn in the various computing-related fields.
- The Concord Consortium
The Concord Consortium is a nonprofit educational research and development organization based in Concord, Massachusetts. We create interactive materials that exploit the power of information technologies. Our primary goal in all our work is digital equity improving learning opportunities for all students.
- “What is Moodle?” orientation video (Univ of MN)
“What is Moodle?” orientation video (Univ of MN)
- Moodle: Cornell.edu videos
- Search for “moodle” on YouTube
Search for “moodle” on YouTube!
- MoodleTutorials (a non-profit org)
MoodleTutorials (a non-profit org)
- Moodle: IDAHO STATE
- Moodle: UNIVERSITY of MINNESOTA
UNIVERSITY of MINNESOTA
- Moodle: CARLETON COLLEGE
- Moodle: HUMBOLDT STATE (v 1.8)
The training materials in this section were provided by and adapted with permission from the California State Universities. They provide step-by-step information about how to perform various operations in Moodle.
Resources on Academic Integrity
- Best Practices to Prevent Plagiarism.
- Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices.
- Designing Assignments to Prevent Plagiarism - Dalhousie University.
- Helping Students Avoid Plagiarism - University of Maryland University College.
- Plagiarism Prevention - The moment an original work is fixed in a tangible medium, it is copyrighted. Therefore poems, Web pages, paintings, photographs, novels, songs, videos, computer software, or architectural drawings are copyrighted the moment the “author” has expressed herself or himself in an original work. Using this logic, it is true that the following expressions are also copyrighted: texts of advertisements, choreographed dances, maps, statues, and stuffed animals.
- Prevent Plagiarism - University of Pretoria. Provides dozens of useful tactics for preventing plagiarism divided into three categories: Informative, Educative, Preventative. Includes a model declaration of academic integrity designed to accompany written assignments.
- Preventing Academic Dishonesty – EJ616813 - Preventing Academic Dishonesty. Title: Preventing Academic Dishonesty. Authors: Higbee, Jeanne L.; Thomas, Pamela V
- Preventing Academic Dishonesty - By Davis, B.G.
- Preventing Academic Dishonesty: An Instructor’s Guide – Preventing Academic Dishonesty:. An Instructor’s Guide. Promoting Academic Integrity
- Preventing Plagiarism - Dalhousie University.
- Promoting Academic Integrity – Article by Geoffrey Mock of Duke University on how faculty, administrators, and students can encourage academic integrity on campus.
- The Bedford/St. Martin’s Workshop on Plagiarism.
- The Center for Academic Integrity – The Center for Academic Integrity provides a forum to identify, affirm, and promote the values of academic integrity among students, faculty, teachers and administrators..
- Tips for Preventing Dishonesty
- Toward Enhancing a Culture of Academic Integrity – This article reports on a study of the academic integrity culture of a mid-sized comprehensive private university.
Open Textbook Resources
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- Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources
- Community College Open Textbook Project
- Community College Open Textbook Project NING
- 200+ Open Textbooks Listed by Subject
- The Orange Grove
- OER Commons
- Global Text Project
- Flat World Knowledge
- Creative Commons license
- Make Textbooks Affordable Campaign
- Quick Start to Open Textbook Adoption
Open Course Ware: http://www.ocwconsortium.org
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