Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Additional Links & Resources


NITLE is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting liberal education. We provide opportunities for teachers in liberal arts contexts to create transformative learning experiences for and with their students by deploying emerging technologies in innovative, effective, and sustainable ways.

(formerly the National Learning Infrastructure Initiative, or NLII)
[check out the current poll about comfort levels with emerging technologies, including blogs, wikis, social bookmarking, and "Interacting in immersive virtual environments (e.g., Second Life)"]

New Media Centers Consortium . NMC’s mission is to advocate and stimulate the use of new learning and creative technologies in higher education; to demonstrate a true passion for learning and creative expression; to seek and build collaborations and partnerships that extend its work; and to understand and meet the needs of its members as it does so. [The UO is an NMC member institution]

other blogs, articles, & miscellany:

Gardner Campbell's Blog. Gardner teaches literature and film at the University of Mary Washington, where he's also Asst. VP for Teaching and Learning Technologies.

Technology as a liberal art (Inside Higher Ed article by Laura Blankenship, Senior Instructional Technologist at Bryn Mawr College).

Use and Users of Digital Resources: A Focus on Undergraduate Education in the Humanities and Social Sciences


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