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  • Adventist Resource
    Adventist Professionals' Network Lifelong
    Have you registered yet? The Adventist Professionals' Network (APN) is a global registry of Seventh-day Adventist professionals in any field. Housed at the world headquarters of the Church, APN will help locate candidates for positions, consultants with expertise,...

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    A Study of the Relationship Between Loneliness and Internet Use Among University Students Tertiary
    Problem: Research investigating the relationship between loneliness and various dimensions of Internet use is mixed. While some studies support the connection, other studies refute the link. More analysis in this area is needed to help clinicians, parents,...

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    Acceptable (or Appropriate) Use Policies Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A helpful outline of features commonly included in acceptable use policies: purpose statement, privacy statement, security, netiquette, copyright issues, and physical considerations. Also provides links to additional examples of acceptable use policies.

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    Administrator Perceptions of Internet-Based Distance Education in Adventist Colleges and Universities : a Mixed-Method Study Tertiary
    Problem: The quality of Internet-based distance education (IBDE) will increasingly become the standard by which students choose a program as higher educational options multiply due to the dramatic growth in distance education. A system-wide examination of perceptions of IBDE in Adventist higher education is important to administrators for future institutional strategic planning purposes, systemic adoption of policies and practices that promote excellence, and identifying collaborative efforts.

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    Adventist Distance Education for K-20: A Vision Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Modern technology, through the World Wide Web, has the potential to provide for students separated by distance, access to quality education. Discussed here are the possibilities for collaboration among schools in building a consortia of Adventist schools,...

  • Bartleby.com Great Books Online Grade 7-Lifelong
    Bartleby is a searchable database of classic poetry, fiction, and nonfiction such as essays and speeches. This premier internet publisher of literature, reference, and verse provides students, teachers and researchers with unlimited access to books and information...

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    Better Than the Universal Remote Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Learn how to gain remote access to a computer from anywhere using LogMeIn Incorporated's free services. Examples of how this is valuable to schools are included.

  • Blogging 101 Grade 7-Lifelong
    Learn what a blog is, and how to use blogging to publish thoughts, get feedback, post photos or go mobile.

  • Concept to Classroom Professional Development Workshops Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Free, self-paced workshops on topics such as: After School Programs; Assessment, Evaluation, and Curriculum Redesign; Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning; Cooperative and Collaborative Learning; Inquiry-based Learning; Tapping into Multiple...

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    Constant Connectivity, Maximum Mobility, Instant Interactivity: Adventist Distance Education in the 21st Century Tertiary-Lifelong
    Griggs University President Gurubatham shares three key concepts that will influence how distance education is delivered through organizations such as Adventist Distance Education Consortium (ADEC) and Adventist Virtual Learning Network (AVLN): the integration of technology in instruction, collaboration, and a Christ-centered curriculum.

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    Creating a School Website Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A school website is an excellent way to provide information for parents, students, and constituents. Janine Lim addresses reasons for creating a web site, examples of what to include, and design and technical suggestions. Topics include: Why create a web site; Issues to Consider; Time Investment; Thoughts on Design; Hosting the School Web Page.

  • Detroit Institute of Arts Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Explore the Detroit Institute of Arts' digitized collections of American Art; European Art; African, Oceania, and the Indigenous Americas; the Arts of Asia and the Islamic World; Prints, Drawings, and Photographs; General Motors Center for African American...

  • Eduweb Kindergarten-Lifelong
    These excellent online interactive learning adventures for students K-16 include games and simulations organized by subject, grade, or client.

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    Faith Integrated Internet Searching Grade 4-Grade 9
    Use this activity to teach students how to narrow internet searches and to apply internet searching to locate spiritual resources.

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    Free Marketing Ideas for a Christian School Preschool-Grade 12
    Practical tips on marketing your school using the internet, gaining sponsors, and using "word-of-mouth" marketing effectively. Additional ideas may be found in side bar links.

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    From Face-to-Face to Cyberspace: Using the Web to Enhance K-12 and Higher Education Courses Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How important is online education to K-12 and higher education teachers today? This article discusses the importance of putting course material online in today's education climate. Also addressed are the technological challenges teachers may face in designing...

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    Global Issues Education Projects by Subject Matter Grade 4-Grade 12
    This global issues starter kit gives teachers resources to provide students information about the world that is timely, relevant and classroom appropriate with regard to the major issues the world's citizen are currently facing. It also seeks to inspire desire...

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    Great Websites for Busy Teachers Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Bruce Wentzell shares a list of great websites for busy teachers.

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    Guiding Students Through the World Wide Web Grade 9-Lifelong
    This article shares tips and things students and teachers need to know about the internet for academic writing. It includes a source evaluation rubric, and helpful discussion of problems in selecting quality information sources online.

  • How to do Research Grade 12--3
    This site introduces students to plagiarism, copyright, and fair use. The information on research is easy to print and is handy at any reference desk. The rudiments of finding books, articles, searching the web, evaluating information, and citing sources,...

  • Internet 4 Classrooms Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Internet4Classrooms helps teachers link to specific subject areas or areas of interest to K-12 teachers, including standardized testing practice links and links to current standards for each subject.

  • Internet @ Schools Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Internet@Schools is a practical guide for educators - from school librarians, technology specialists, and classroom teachers to school- and district-level administrators - that shows how to get high-performance learning from internet-based school products, services, and resources.

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    JAE Editorial: How Are We Connected? Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special distance learning issue, Shirley Freed and Marilyn Eggers share how distance education can connect Adventist educators, and help administrators, teachers, parents, and pastors provide an Adventist education to more members around the world....

  • Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.

  • Lesson Planet Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This commercial company "is dedicated to improving student education by providing teachers with a convenient way to discover and share innovative online lesson ideas and resources."

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    NAD Business and Computer Education Curriculum Guide K-12 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This guide will assist elementary and secondary teachers who teach computer applications and business subjects.

  • NetLingo - the Internet Dictionary Grade 5-Lifelong
    "NetLingo explains thousands of terms that define our life online, including the largest list of chat acronyms."

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    Networking and Learning - AVLN Conference 2004 -3-Lifelong
    Marilyn Eggers and Shirley Freed report on the 2004 AVLN Conference and share an overview of AVLN's mission and primary emphases.

  • NoteStar Grade 4-Grade 12
    Designed for students in grades 4-12, Note Star assists students in taking notes from online sources. Note Star is designed to encourage project based learning on the world wide web. Using the Note Star Note Cards tool, students can take notes from online...

  • Optenet PC Internet Content Filter Preschool-Tertiary
    Practice Internet safety in your home by installing an effective Internet filter software on your home PC. Internet filters allow parents to manage and control their children's Internet access

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    Parent's Guide to Internet 101 Kindergarten
    Bruce Wentzell argues that the biggest concern when it comes to kids and the internet are uninformed, uninvolved parents. Wentzell gives tips and ideas on how parents can become more involved with their children as they explore the internet as a tool.

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    Parents Checking Homework Over the Internet Grade 5-Lifelong
    Growing web-based software helps parents and schools peek at lessons, share records and collaborate in planning or communicating. This article shares several examples of how parents are helping their children with homework using Google's Docs & Spreadsheets long-distance.

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    Precautions for Using the Internet in the Classroom Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Internet access allows teachers to provide learning experiences that will enhance students' knowledge of the world beyond the walls of the classroom, yet there are hazards. Tim Green identifies these problem areas and gives ways to combat common internet hazards....

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    Reaching the Millennial Generation - A Necessity for Adventist Education Tertiary-Lifelong
    Who are the Millennials? Jeffery shares insight into what needs to happen within Adventist education to meet the needs of those born between 1978 and 2002. This generation, expected to be the most highly educated, affluent, and ethnically diverse in history,...

  • Research 101 Grade 12-Tertiary
    Research 101 is an interactive online tutorial for students wanting an introduction to research skills. The tutorial covers the basics, including how to select a topic and develop research questions, as well as how to select, search for, find, and evaluate...

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    Revitalizing the Academy Library Grade 9-Grade 12
    This JAE article points to the rapidly changing ways we receive information, and states that the academy library must adapt to the new technology. There are four characteristics of the contemporary library: 1) Clear materials selection policy; 2) Good recent...

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    Security on the Internet Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the technology issue of JAE discusses Internet security. If your students will be using the net, you must have guidelines. The article provides basic suggestions such as knowing the types of resources available on the internet, educating...

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    Share - Teacher Bulletin Volume 3 Kindergarten
    Explore this section for stories, poems, and humorous items to share with your students and colleagues. The titles are: Remember This... Memorandum A Third Grader Explains God Happy Thoughts Life as a Computer in Computer Jokes Astute...

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    Social Media - Promises and Perils Grade 9-Lifelong
    "With instant worldwide communication at your fingertips, sharing information through social media demands thoughtfulness and care."

  • TeacherTube Kindergarten-Lifelong
    On this education-oriented site for teachers, students, and parents, users can browse and post their own videos. Viewers can learn anything from how to teach electromagnetism to preventing racism in the classroom.

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    Technology Planning - A Guide for School Boards Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Every Adventist school needs to have a technology plan that is supported by its governing board, administration, and teaching staff. To ensure successful use of technology in the classroom, school boards should follow five basic steps: Visioning, Planning, Modeling, Funding, and Training.

  • The Core Rules of Netiquette Grade 9-Lifelong
    This excellent reference on using the net which can be used to help educators and anyone else know how to be good cyberspace citizens.

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    The New World Wide Web? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Illustrating a day in a busy teacher's life using web tools, Richards introduces changes to the World Wide Web in the past two decades. A primer for busy teachers, with many useful links to tools with tips on how to use them. Be aware that some links no longer work.

  • The Online Books Page Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Over 9,000 online texts available from this searchable site, maintained by University of Pennsylvania.

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    The Road to Utopia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the technology issue of JAE shares examples of getting started with technology in the classroom. It gives practical suggestions for internet learning, as well as specific software titles that could be helpful to teachers.

  • The WebQuest Page Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The WebQuest Page is the place to learn what WebQuests are, see great examples, and get detailed directions on how to make your own WebQuest. The author of this page is the originator of the WebQuest concept. There is an email list for teachers involved with...

  • This is Your Brain Online Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This CBS News online article explores how video games, multitasking, and blogging are shaping the GenTech brain.

  • TILT-Texas Information Literacy Tutorial Grade 9-Tertiary
    This well-organized 30 minute tutorial is designed for undergrads and is ideal for high schoolers. The interactive tutorial prepares students to explore and research in the online world. Don't miss: Tiltometer, Think Fast, and a glossary for...

  • Using the Net to Create Thematic Units Kindergarten-Grade 12
    An informative overview of thematic instruction and planning. In addition to a definition, this web page offers ten key reasons to use thematic units, component parts of thematic units, a list of web resources, and a lesson plan design rubric.

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    Using the Web Effectively Kindergarten-Grade 12
    McVane shares pointers on developing school websites that can effectively market your school.

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    Writing An Acceptable Use Policy For Your School Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A helpful guide to creating an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for a school's use of services provided by the internet. The author notes that an AUP is the most important document a school will create since it states the terms, conditions, and rules of internet use determined by a school or district.