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AdultEd Online

Are you looking for a great resource for technology planning specific to adult education? Look no further. This website developed by Sacramento County Office of Education in conjunction with the University of Michigan provides tools that assess administrator and teacher skills for technology integration and distance teaching.

Distance Learning Project @ Teachers College Columbia University

This project is a valuable resource for educational leaders to sustain professional development of teachers. The Distance Learning Project is an integrated approach to research, design, implementation, and evaluation. Emphasis is on the creation and support of powerful and engaging learner communities.


IVCi is a provider of video conferencing services, audio visual systems, IP network services, streaming video solutions and audio conferencing services.


Jing is a free (as of 2008) online resource that captures images and video--whatever is happening on your computer screen--and publishes it for you on the Internet. If you or your students have a need to produce multimedia projects for others to watch, you'll want to take a look at Jing. The introductory video is worth watching, even though it takes a bit of time to download. (And you may want to let it fully download before you start to watch to avoid interruptions.)

My Learning Plan

MyLearningPlan is a complete professional development management system designed specifically for education organizations. Complex state certification and national NCLB requirements become easy to implement and track. Valuable feedback can be collected and analyzed using online surveys and evaluations. This is a fee-based service.


Polycom is a producer if video conferencing equipment and systems, delivering end-to-end rich media collaborative applications for voice, video, data and the web.

Teach-nology Portal for Educators

Teach-nology is a portal for educators who are using technology as an instructional tool. There are areas for teachers, administrators, current trends, literature in education, law and education, and professional development. The offerings range from very basic information and tutorials to articles about a variety of topics related to technology infusion. The portal is sponsored by Teachnology, Inc. a group of educators who also offer fee-based consulting services. Although much of the information is still free, subscription memberships are now also available.

The Atomic Learning Library

Do you need mini-tutorials on different software programs that load quickly? Then the Atomic Learning Library is just the site you're looking for. You can learn your favorite software programs by viewing fast-loading tutorial movie clips right over the Internet. There is a nice list to choose from, including both PC and Mac operating systems. Some tutorials are free, but an annual subscription gives you access to all tutorials.

Verizon Thinkfinity

Verizon Thinkfinity provides no-cost, standards-based Internet content for the K-12 teacher and classroom, developed by national content experts. Online resources include panel-reviewed links to top sites in many disciplines, professionally developed lesson plans, classroom activities, interactive lesson resources, materials to help with daily classroom planning, and powerful search engines.

Yahoo! Groups

Yahoo Groups is a free tool that enables you to quickly and easily set up an online community. You can use any or all of the components which include a group e-mail list, shared bookmarks, shared files, calendar, and directory. You might simply use this to set up a communication system with parents. School committees, the PTA board, and other groups will find this a great communication and collaboration tool. (Formerly called eGroups)
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