Everything you need to incorporate primary sources into your lessons
Created and updated by practicing educators, "Primary Source Learning" helps teachers use primary-source materials from the Library of Congress in their lessons. The site's Teaching Materials database helps educators quickly find and use primary sources related to specific curriculum standards in all subject areas. The site also offers professional development activities to help teachers learn to use primary-source materials in their classes, and it connects K-12 schools, university programs, libraries, and museums through collaborative programs that aim to deepen students' understanding of the curriculum and foster information-age literacy skills.
This "Guide to Online Education" is a great place to start
Anyone interested in pursuing an online degree program might find this new resource from eLearners.com helpful: Its "Guide to Online Education" is a free handbook for prospective and current online students, offering a how-to guide for successful online learning. Topics covered by the guide include a comparison of online education providers, borrowing the money for an online degree, and what the future holds for online education.
Source: eSchool News