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Recommended Sites for Teachers and Librarians

Helpful resources about teaching and learning.

Recommended Sites for Teachers and Librarians

Ready access to references and other useful links for educators


Resources for School Librarians
A list of resources covering the topics of learning and teaching, information access, program administration, technology, education and employment and continuing education.

Brain-Based Learning Resources

Ed Publications The ED Pubs web site is intended to help you identify and order U.S. Department of Education products. All publications are provided at no cost to the general public by the U.S. Department of Education. ED Pubs offers more than 6,000 titles.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Access to federally supported education resources; select Search & Subjects for a subject index or to search the available resources.

From Now On: The Educational Technology Journal
A collection of new and archived issues of the electronic technology newsletter published by education leader and thinker Jamieson McKenzie. A wealth of curriculum ideas exploring educational technology for engaged student learning.

Homework Center
Subject directory of useful Web sites selected by Multnomah County Library reference staff.

The Internet Public Library
Reference and exhibits collections, literary criticism collection, online texts, teen and youth sections, librarians' section, more.

Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything
A classified list of Web sites "useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional growth," updated daily.

My Virtual Reference Desk
Another excellent site for access to online reference works, major daily newpapers at home and abroad, wire services, weather. Try the My Facts Page for "fast facts."

NW Central Clearinghouse
Library-related professional development activities in Oregon