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Smartboard Training at the University Level

This week I will be offering Smartboard trainings to our local universities. I have put together a link list of "adult learner" content sites that professors and instructional trainers can easily use with their college students to enrich their curriculum offerings. This is just a "starter list" and I will continue to add to this list as resources are found and shared from others from around the world. Thanks to my social network of Twitter friends for the development of the Smartboard resources as a true global team!

All Content Areas and Research Support Articles
Academic Earth
Activities for ESL Students
Becta: Harnessing School Technology: Schools Survey 2008
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Hippo Campus
Improving Student Learning Outcomes
Interactive Whiteboards Pedagogy's and Pupil Performance Evaluation
Is Higher Ed Technology Keeping up with Student Demands Article
Learning Zone
Merlot- Multimedia Educational Resources
Open Education
Open Educational Resources
Open Learn
Open Yale Courses
Review of Classroom Case Studies and Literature
Teaching, Learning and Technology in Higer Education
The Futures Channel
The Use of an Interactive Whiteboard in Promoting Teaching and Learning
Wisc-Online Learning Objects

Audio and Video Learning
Academic Earth
Atomic Learning
College of Exploration
Free Global Learning Experience
Learn Out Loud
Project Explorer
Research Channel Video Library
Snag Films
Wild Earth.TV

Art and Visual Art Image Tools
Draw Anywhere
Google Sketchup
Sculpt Paint
Web Gallery of Art
Yale Art Gallery

Geography/Social Studies/History
Flash Earth
Geo Hive- Global Stats
History Globe- Jamestown Adventures
History Matters
Journey's in Film
Learning Page- Library of Congress
PBS Teachers
Social Studies Online
Rome Reborn

Language Arts/Writing/Graphic Organizers
100 Free Ivey League Courses
Digital Storytelling
e-Book Directory
Eduplace Organizers
Explora Tree
Flat World Knowldege Books
Free Rice English Vocabulary
Google Lit Trips
Grammer Bytes
Language Project
Lovely Charts
Mind Meister
Noodle Tools
Picturing Words
Purdue University Online Writing Lab
Read Write Think
UDL Book Builder
Visual Dictionary

Analyze Math
e-Tutor Calculator
Explore Learning
Learning Wave
Math Physics
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Multimedia Webased Tools
280 Slides

Jam Glue
Music and Technology
Music Theory
Sound Snap

3D Brain
Amusement Park Physics
Animal Diversity
Cell Biology Animation
Computational Science
Earth Sciences
Electric Heart
Explore Learning
How Stuff Works
Interactive Cells
Interactive Genetics
Make Your Research Known - SciVee TV
Molecular Expressions
Multimedia Biology
Phet- Interactive Simulations
The Inner Body
Science Courseware
Tech Topics
UK Flash Activities
Web Elements
Windows to the Universe
World Wide Telescope

Smartboard Specific Resources
Delicious Smartboard Links
Get Connected- Tech Connect with Smartboards Video
Google Smartboard Groups
Lesson Planet
Ideas to Inspire Smart Technology Learning
Interactive Whiteboard Resources
Scholastic Smartboard Lessons
Smartboard Forum
Smartboard Lessons
Smartboard Lessons 2
Smartboard Part 1
Smartboard Podcasts
Smartboard Revolution Ning
Smartboard Revolution Ning Higher Ed
Smartboards for Live Blogging
Smart Technology Websites
The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution
Think Bank

Web 2.0
Big Huge Labs
Brain Flips
Cool Tools for Schools
Save the Words
Today's Meet Back Channel
Top 100 Education Blogs
Voice Thread
Web 2.0 That Works
Web Tools 4 You 2 Use

Be Funky
Imagination Cubed
Jigsaw Planet
Toon Do


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