The Alberta Teachers Association Computer Council Annual Conference at the Palliser Hotel, March 14-16 '96 in Calgary, Alberta.
Provides information about the Institute of Design at the Umea University; the site contains details about the institute, its purposes and staff and a list of design resources on the Web.
The International Conference on Technology and Education will be held from March 17-20, 1996 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Providing up-to-date information on upcoming international conferences, this site should be of interest to many educational professionals.
The National Black College Alumni Reunion is holding a national Black college fair on March 21-24, 1996, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel/Downtown in Miami, Florida.
The 3rd Annual National Graduate Student Romanticism Conference -- Prometheus Unplugged -- will take place at Emory University from April 12-14, 1996.
Welcome to the Syllabus conference page where you'll find information on past and future conferences and seminars for faculty, administrators, and technology staff. Topics include multimedia, the Internet and more.
The 37th Annual Western Academy of Management Conference will take place in Banff, Alberta, Canada from March 28 - 30, 1996.
Come see everything you could possibly want to see about the Cal Poly College of Business; one of the best programs available.
Provided by Dun and Bradstreet Information Services and University Online, Inc. The goal is to provide continuing education to individuals in both the workplace and home.
Find out about this independent study program from Woodinville, WA, for students of all ages. Site includes information about school programs, history, philosophy and goals.
Combination resource from the state and local departments of education and public broadcasting to design, produce and deliver educational resources.
Our mission is to provide educational resources and services to students, teachers, and parents. See the new and exciting things that the TEAMS Distance Learning program has to offer. We welcome your active involvement in TEAMS Distance Learning.
A foundation that supports brain research and school reform by means of grants and public education initiatives.
Contains over a thousand unusual and hard to find scholarships, along with instructions on how to apply to them.
An agency of the United States Government that makes grants for projects in history, languages, philosophy, and other areas of the humanities.
A program offered to scientist and engineers at the doctoral level who are selected in a national competition.
An organization that awards university students and teachers through international exchanges of business and professional people.
Learn how to invest in programs and receive a 10% annual yield payable in tuition to any SAGE member school.
Access to complete information regarding the association, an organization of teachers who use the pedagogical principles of composer Carl Orff.
An assortment of 62 universities working with government, industry and to develop and administer a broad spectrum of science and engineering education programs.
Full documentation on the Centre's purpose, history, and activities. There are also home pages for most of the Centre's research associates, visiting fellows, and grad students. Increasingly, we will be including various papers in the field of applied ethics.
Offering information about IBM technology applications on campuses, courseware, and program offerings related to education servers.
Access learning programs by geographic location and course of study, with direct links to their institutions.
A newsletter for the technically advanced side of the Internet. It will provide guidance on various aspects of electronic information.
A coalition of two and four year institutions of higher education, public libraries, other educational organizations, and community interests.
An organization of persons interested in academic advising as a contributor to the development of students in higher education.
If you're looking for information on any aspect of the college or graduate/professional school admissions process, you've come to the right place. The Princeton Review offers critiques of testing companies, test-taking problems, what's new in testing. Also included are rankings of the best colleges, graduate schools, business schools, law Schools and medical schools.
A complete guide for international students who are interested in studying at a university, college or English language programs in the US.
Provides links to information about the institute, its seminars, publications and home pages of staff and students.
Information relating to the Utah System of Higher Education, Distance Education and Technology Initiative.
Lisa Page, courtesy of inclass newsgroup This electronic catalog server provides information about ESL and EFL resources available to students and teachers on the net. Additions may be submitted through the e-mail form in the catalog or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), an informational system supported by the United States Dept. of Education.
Here at the Department of Defense Education site, you can find information on educational programs, scholarships and partnerships sponsored by the Defense Department. Also included are links to other Federal sites.
Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), Clearinghouse on Assessment & Evaluation, supported by the United States Dept. of Education.
The Laboratory has a goal to apply its resources and expertise to help enhance the teaching of science, mathematics, and technology both locally and nationwide through exploration, discovery, and understanding of the relevance of science and technology. Publications, Lab research, resources and current events are all found here.
Two-year project funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation to bring the power of the Internet to rural and otherwise underserved communities.
If you are a researcher or Teacher, this is the site for you! Vast resources for virtually any topic of interest in learning plus information on programs and grants under the Department of Education are here for exploration. Rated one of the top 5% of Web sites.
Here is a humorous list of "How to survive college life". Included in this are lists of managing your money, taking notes, parking and a lot more.
Are you confused about entering college? This home page opens the door to the university campus for you, and lets you talk to instructors at your own leisure. They explain to you what is involved in their subject, how you can major in it, why you might proceed to further degrees, and what jobs these degrees may lead to.
This site has a database of more than 180,000 scholarships, grants, fellowships, and loans representing billions of dollars in private sector funding for college students living in the United States. Also included are news articles like how students can manage and save their money.
Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, US This server for the ACEHSA-accredited program includes a guide for potential applicants, faculty list, information about greater Cleveland and links to other health-related resources.
We offer support and encouragement for families who have made the choice to teach their children at home.
Provides links to other educational resources on the Internet as well as our own recommendation for education materials for teachers, home-schoolers and interested parents.
A great resource for home schooling in the Washington area and nationwide. Many interesting sources and links.
Especially set up for families that home educate their children, are thinking about it, or just want to supplement their child's education.
If you have trouble with math check out this resource for assistance and information on various levels of math from addition, geometry and algebra, to word problems.
Internet search and browse access to over 3,500 hard-to-find and best-selling instructional and inspirational videos and several hundred CDs.
TeenyBee publishes interactive learning materials designed for use by parents at home or teachers in classrooms.
Borland Online is a resource for its company' software developers, providing access to technical documents and information on products, seminars, and training locations. Borland International is a leading provider of products and services for software developers.
We provide information about the school, its faculty, research activities, technical reports, and programs offered.
This server provides Information about educational testing, and resources to encourage responsible test use. This site features searches of the ERIC abstracts and full text databases; the Test Locator (descriptions of educational and psychological assessment instruments); publications about educational testing; and general information about the ERIC System.
Technical information which informs teachers and course designers on both commercial and non commercial sources, including links to other instructional resources. Downloadable chemistry CAI demos, digital texts and materials from Simon Fraser University.
General information about the department, including research lines and courses. There's also an interesting virtual visit to our region (Galicia) with pictures, sounds and videos.
This Swedish site at the Umea University in Sweden is the home of the Institute of Design. The site has an excellent list of design resources on the Web.
Kids Space a place for children to enhance basic computer skills through real participation and use of the Internet. Kids can show their art, wrtie stories, share music, chat with other kids and find out about other places around the world.
The Nevada Technical Associates offer online access to short training courses in radiation safety, radiochemistry, and other health related issues.
The School Year 2000 Initiative is a redesign of K-12 education, including instructional, social and business aspects of the schooling process. It is a conscious effort to try and improve school aged children's productivity in Florida.
The Vancouver English Center offers short-term and long-term programs for youths and adults throughout the year in addition to home-stay and activities programs.
A server belonging to the Graduate Institute of International Studies, an advanced teaching and research establishment that is devoted to the scientific study of contemporary international relations.
Find out about this private, nonprofit educational organization which organizes exchange programs for high school students in over 30 countries. Hosting, becoming a YFU volunteer, and becoming a YFU exchange student are all discussed.
Your guide to the School of Communication at AU, with information on undergraduate and graduate programs, advising, registration, internships and other selected programs at the university.
This server contains De Proverbio: An Electronic Journal of International Proverb Studies, a scholarly journal of paremiology (proverb study) that is published twice a year. De Proverbio is a book publisher devoted entirely to paremiology.
Home page for the Science and Environmental Writing Graduate Program in the department of Journalism and Communication at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA.
A compilation of communications, journalism and media sites at various universities, sorted by region and country.
Home Page for the Department of Journalism and Communication at Lehigh University, Bethlehem,PA. The page features departmental and course information, as well as links to other journalism sites.
Some details about the departments history and today's situation of journalism and mass communication studies in Finland.
Advantage Tuition tutors are studying university courses which directly relate to the subjects that they tutor (i.e. Law tutors are studying law, Accounting tutors are studying Commerce).
American Cybercasting will bring power to your educational network and integrate today's information into the classrooms of tomorrow!
The Big Picture program is designed to help students integrate their life experiences with school experiences and promote a more effective learning environment.
From Danville, VA, the Cherry Hill Montessori School page discusses the teaching philosophy developed by Maria Montessori, school teaching objectives, and enrollment information.
This is the only bench top machine in its class to include low-friction linear slides used in large industrial CNC machinery.
Contributions to Algebra and Geometry, a European mathematical journal. From FIZ Karlsruhe, department of mathematics and computer science Berlin.
CyberCampus is a computer based virtual campus existing on the Internet with the primary purpose of supporting the education system in learning about information technology.
A resource designed specifically for home-schoolers and other families in search of educational and entertaining products for their children.
Set of topics of interest to professional and amateur mathematicians. The FAQ is maintained by Alex Lopez-Ortiz.
A student-created Montessori home page from Norfolk, VA, with selected links, tours and resources, including the Ghent Montessori newsletter, work from students, and links to other Montessori schools and Internet resources for students and teachers on the Web.
Aquaponics combines the science of hydroponics (growing plants without soil), with the art of aqua culture (fish-farming).
The Austrian Academic Software Initiative is an effort intended to promote scientific discourse. Based at the Klagenfurt University, the issues involve the interactive media and its use in higher education as well as in research.
The Kyrene School District in Arizona offers information about the entire district and each individual school. There are also links to other cool Internet sites.
CyberFair provides information about Mankato area parent-teacher organizations. Student art and writing is accessible via the Virtual Open House.
Dedicated to providing educators access to a wide range of education resources in an effort to help better integrate technology into schools and classrooms.
The bimonthly electronic magazine for kids in the middle grades--generally ages 10 to 15. Enjoy art and writing hat will link middle school kids all over the world.
A global information services company which provides quality integrated information management products and services for acquisition, processing, reporting, interpretation and management of data.
National Early Childhood Technical Assistance System is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Education to support development of policies, programs, and practices for young children with disabilities and their families.
The National Energy Foundation is devoted to the development of energy related instructional materials and innovative teacher training and student programs.
Nordale Elementary School in Alaska home page includes sections on Our Work, Online News and Weather Info, Education Resources and Libraries, References, Maps and Geography, Search Engines and Other Tools. Much of the work has been done by the children and includes introductions to Alaskan kids.
An illustrated children's book about a child who wakes before his parents and watches Jerusalem stir from its slumber. Suitable for children ages 3 to 7.
Background on the Montessori method and Ottawa area schools, with a few related jump sites of interest.
Promotes literacy among children. Primary concept is to read to children for at least ten minutes every day.
Smoky Hill High School, Aurora, Colorado. Provides information about SmokyNet, and visitors are invited to enter the site and survey the action at Smoky Hill High School. Includes information about an International Baccalaureate program, the staff, and information about the development of the high school's WWW curriculum project.
Everything a parent might want to know about St. Stephen's Episcopal School, a college-prep institution in Austin, Texas is available at this site.
The exclusive educational reseller for Autodesk multimedia products in Ontario, and a distributor of all Autodesk products to the college, university bookstores, computer stores across Canada and the largest multimedia reseller for Autodesk products in North America.
The zany, wacky and "delectably" delightful ambassador of children's fitness and nutrition. Healthy Herb will educate your child about the benefits of exercise and eating right.
National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, MD. This server carries information relevant to educational technology in the health professions. It is maintained by the Educational Technology Branch (ETB) at the National Library of Medicine, and features information about ETB research. It links to other closely related Web and Gopher servers.
Providing information on the Internet to the IU School of Medicine for most of the Internet text sources.
Marietta, GA, US This server provides information about Life College in Georgia. The college specializes in the chiropractic professional degree and health related degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Access to additional information about chiropractic research.
LUMEN's specific goals are to integrate health sciences curricular content, enhance access to the explosive increase of medical information worldwide, encourage self-directed learning, nourish intellectual interactions, prepare students for future technological advances, and promote the development of hypermedia educational projects (lessons).
Manchester University, Manchester, UK This server provides information about the Manchester University Medical Informatics Group, an interdisciplinary group concerned with the design and implementation of health-care information systems. MIG has particular interest in all aspects of the Electronic Patient Record, from the intelligent clinical workstation to the terminological problems of medical applications.
Phoenix, AZ, US This page is devoted to medical education information useful to pre-medical and medical students, medical educators and physicians. Links to all the known medical schools on the web can be found here, along with many more medically oriented resources.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia This server contains information about the Nursing Mothers' Association of Australia. This association provides services and resources to benefit nursing mothers, health professionals and researchers involved in management or investigation of human lactation.
Computing Services, Carnegie Mellon University. Andrew II is a series of projects which are replacing much of the distributed computing infrastructure on the Andrew System at Carnegie Mellon University.
ATTG's Neural Net Tutor is a fully-modifiable, highly graphical, neural net engine that can apply to prediction and pattern-matching problems. ATTG's NNTutor brings hands-on education of cutting-edge technologies right to the desktop. At its heart is a fully-configurable neural net engine to use for solving real problems.
A course on Basic TV Techniques offered by the Dept. of Jour/Telecom at Northwestern State University.
CelticNet provides information about resource bases of Celtic information, particularly of Scottish names, tartans, and crests.
Children's Software Company, which specialize in educational software for preschool through high school youngsters In cooperation with MECC Software, the Children's Software Company invites children around the world to compete in a creative writing contest on the Internet. Winners in each age group will have their stories published on this site and win free MECC software.
Provides information about the department, students, research activities, technical papers and programs offered.
The Canadian University Society for Intercollegiate Debate has links to many debating resources in Canada, the United States and around the world.
Resource center for business and industry for training, development and education related resources.
The Electronic MBA is an electronic learning system providing interactive learning on-line 24 hours a day. Lessons are delivered in computer disk format to your home or work place.
Updated monthly and includes active and planned courses offered by members of the Globewide Network Academy educational consortium, as well as application forms to submit a course and to apply for consortium membership.
A course on the Holocaust (the Nazi war against the Jews, 1933-1945), offered by the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
A study of Western European Cultures from 500 AD to 1500 AD. Offered by Washington State University.
Computer training for children. The curriculum concentrates on skills to improve homework, primarily in the areas of desktop publishing (including typing) and the Internet.
OpenNet Technologies, is designed for K12 students. It contains a complete online children's book, Grin's Message, as well as an interactive map game.
Overland Park provides access to training business people to use most popular software. Mgmt Systems & Training has trained over 35,000 people and offers free tips and technical support for Lotus 1-2-3.
Materials Research Laboratory supports interdisciplinary materials research by faculty and students in departments throughout the University of Illinois. The laboratory operates central facilities for the characterization of the structure and microchemistry of materials as well as synthesis, preparation and more.
The National Council for the Social Studies has grown to be the largest association in the country devoted solely to social studies education. NCSS serves as an umbrella organization for elementary, secondary, and college teachers of history, geography, economics, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and law-related education. On their page, you can learn more about their publications, grants and awards offered by the organization, as well as dates of upcoming meetings.
Notre Dame's Mass Spectrometry Laboratories, which are service labs for the departments of chemistry and biochemistry.
The Online Writery is a student-oriented writing and learning site with communication and information resources including e-mail and access to MOOs and the Web.
A reader on the study of World Civilizations, from Ancient Mesopotamia to the Present, offered by Washington State University.
This USRA, a private, nonprofit corporation established in 1969 by the National Academy of Sciences at the request of NASA. Providing a mechanism through which universities may cooperate with one another, with the USA government, and with other research organizations.
This course studies major features of the principal existing civilizations of the world as offered by Carnegie Mellon University.
Leading publisher in the fields of psychotherapy and Judaica offers an extensive online catalog of books.
Book helps entrepreneurs establish an Internet business presence using direct response marketing strategies.
Department of Biological Sciences provides information at this site about the department at the University of Durham, England. Courses, research, job opportunities, and a link to a collection of biological search engines can be investigated here.
The European Research Centre, a multidisciplinary research institute, specializes in the study on European migration and ethnic relations. The Centre is located in Utrecht, The Netherlands.