These are great ID Links
is one of the best resources you can find, filled with
his coherent writings.
2. The ITFORUM WWW archives and past discussions are an indispensable resource.
3. Dr. Sasha Barab's online manuscripts too is a great one to draw from.
4. 'Models, like myths and metaphors, help us to make sense of our world', writes Martin Ryder, from the School of Education, University of Colorado at Denver. You might not be able to get out of this fascinating and brilliant link easily. It reminds me of the time I used to get lost in the Journal section of the library in Madras in the 1980s.
5. At some
point in time, you may want to know more about the following people listed in
Who in Instructional Technology compiled
and maintained by Johan Viljoen.
6. You might want to access
Technology in Teaching Sites' from the Web Tools Newsletter.
6. You might want to access the 'Favourite Technology in Teaching Sites' from the Web Tools Newsletter.
7. "Education for an Information Age" by Bernard John Poole covers basic ideas and applications concerning technology use in the K-12 classroom. You can download his book about IT free of charge from his website at
8. The mission of EDUCAUSE is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
9. The Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology has launched the Cycle of Improved Practice in Educational Technology - a Web-accessible database of over 130 of the most effective resources available today for post secondary educators who wish to make better use of educational technology. These carefully chosen resources include articles, research, Websites, books and courses, all collected and rated by Canadian educators.