This list of off-campus resources is helpful in integrating technology in the classroom.
Websites and Tutorials
- Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever by Arthur W. Chickering and Stephen C. Ehrmann
- Virtual Resources for Teaching with Technology (University of Maryland- University College)
- Active Learning on the World Wide Web
- Designing Good Questions for Online Discussions
- On Volunteerism & Volunteer Management
- Using Technology to Break Classroom Barriers
- Examples of Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State
- Examples of Student Activities from Penn State's World Campus
- Examples of UM Faculty Using Technology in Teaching
- Active learning with PowerPoint
Center for Teaching and Learning Services, University of Minnesota
- Best Practices for an e-Classroom, by Ryan C. Harris, University of Dayton.
- Learning through Technology (LT2)
College Level One Team, National Institute for Science Education.
- Wireless in the Classroom: Advice for Students and Advice for Faculty. University of Wisconsin - Madison, Division of Information Technology
- Chism, N. (n.d.) Handbook for Instructors on the use of Electronic Class Discussion.
- Ells, R. (1999). Webagogy.
"Webagogy is the art, craft, and science of using networked technologies, including the World Wide Web and email, to support teaching and learning. Inherent in the idea of Webagogy is that carefully considered pedagogy is being implemented with technology - the pedagogy comes first!"
- Teaching, Learning, and Technology Group.Exploration guide: Educational uses of blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, etc.
- An Online Conference on Teaching with Technology