e-Learning Resource Websites
This page provides links to websites that provide collections of materials on e-learning or listings of e-learning sites or e-learning related content.
Articles in alphabetical order.
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"Since 2001 our information portal "add new knowledge" reports about current questions and developments concerning the subject of E-Learning. Apart from interviews and the evaluation of current studies an emphasis lies on the use of E-Learning for further education. In numerous articles topics like strategy development, blended learning and change management are discussed in detail."
Added: 15 February 2005
Site in German
"This website focuses on how learning and curiosity influence everything you do in life, no matter your age, education, or occupation. We offer terrific resources and the best information to help you get more from life even if you're four or ninety-four."
Added: 13 November 2003
The website from Marcia Conner (of Learnativity and LiNZine
"Here you will find a catalog of books, articles, Web sites, ideas and other related resources to help you get started with eLearning and to enhance your education programs, instructional design, and teaching techniques."
Added: 6 September 2001
"eLearning virtual community in Spanish. News, articles, forums, resources and more."
Added: 17 October 2003
Site is in Spanish
"College-Cram.com is a library providing study sheets, interactive FlashT modules, and other educational materials that help college students learn. Register for free and get better grades in less time.."
Added: 26 June 2007
"We offer opportunities to help people generate, find, and share knowledge related to teaching and learning. In an age of increasing budgetary constraints and accountability, it is important to find ways to electronically share information and experiences over the Web. Through CourseShare.com, higher education institutions, corporations, instructors, and students can find support for the global sharing of course information and online evaluation, access to 21st century teaching and learning techniques, and tools for assessing how well they are performing in this online marketplace.."
Added: 2 March 2002
Consists of a number of "sharing" divisions
"This ring contains educational technology resource links for higher education professionals. Only professional sites related to academia will be linked (after a review of educational content). All educational resources and fields are invited to apply."
Updated: 26 January 2005
"This site provides easy access to information, services, and organisations relevant to tertiary e-learning in New Zealand."
Added 1 February 2004
For students and staff in HE in NZ
"Hi, I'm Kevin Kruse and I'm the founder of e-LearningGuru.com. I started this site as a way to offer the e-learning community practical information in a plain-language format. You can see from the tabs above that this site is jam packed with "how to" articles, templates and calculators in the tool box, dozens of white papers, time saving book summaries and links to the best sites on the net."
Added: 27 April 2002
"Have fun, learn, and have fun helping others learn."
"The reason for this site is to share and diseminate my research in elearning in art and design. It grew out of my doctoral studies in educational research at Lancaster University, and my own interests in interactive multimedia."
Added: 15 July 2005
From Nicos Souleles
"Elearning India is about various aspects of distance learning programs based in India. The site is beneficial for elearning students, teachers, corporate houses and elearning solutions providers".
Added: 13 February 2007
Based in New Delhi, India
The e-learning list of courses serves the needs of generic content buyers by providing an independent database of courseware publishers. Visitors can leave comments of their experiences with the listed companies, for the benefit of future customers.
Added: 15 February 2008
"These pages provide research and resources that relate to e-learning for post-16 education and training. the pages include a glossary of terms, an anthology of teaching and learning models and a list of useful e-learning links. In addition to providing up-to-date information about new research that is being conducted into blended learning."
Added: 27 February 2003
The research programme (at Birkbeck College, London University) aims to explore the future of ICTs and education in relation to pedagogy, policy and teaching and learning practice for post 16 education and training
"provides those interested in research on elearning with concise and thoughtful reviews of relevant publications. The most important goal is a well-balanced selection of seminal publications as well as interesting up-to-date publications from the various disciplinary perspectives."
Added: 11 October 2004
Launched 21 September 2004 by the Swiss Centre for Innovations in Learning (SCIL), St.Gallen.
"A new portal which serves the eLearning community in Scotland. The portal aims to facilitate the development of the community by providing quick and easy routes to existing networks, and giving users access to the information they need."
Added: 16 March 2004
A portal for the e-learning community in Scotland
A growing list of e-learning resources including e-learning news.
"Elearnity's public research site containing market intelligence and analysis for corporate learning and e-learning leaders and practitioners, including a structured archive of market news, together with analysis, articles, presentations, and reports from Elearnity on key learning and e-learning issues and trends."
Added: 14 November 2005
These are high-level summaries of Elearnity's analysis and research.
Added: 1 February 2004
A categorised list of links with an RSS newsfeed
"everything elearning ... This site is intended for users, managers, developers, and facilitators of elearning. While this site will begin as a collection of elearning resources, my goal is for elearnspace.org to evolve into a community of practitioners - a place for debating and disseminating the role and practice of elearning."
Added: 28 July 2002
Site produced by George Siemens, an instructor at Red River College in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Technology, case studies, research, surveys, products and services
Added: June 2001
LeerWiki is a new opensource resource for collaborative learning.
Added: December 2007
"A resource to help you find ideas to inspire your students in science, math, engineering and technology education."
Added: March 2001
Key Degree helping you meet your career goals by finding the right programme in order to earn your degree online or at local campus. Earn your Associates, Bachelors or Masters Degree.
Added: 14 November 2007
"The choice of information and tools available to Learning and Skills practitioners has increased significantly over the past decade. With one single point of access, Learning and Skills Web will find everything you need and, as the site develops and the search engine becomes more refined, you can be assured of speedy access to the best and most relevant information, resources and news"
Added: 27 May 2006
Learning and Skills Web is for practitioners working at all levels in the Learning and Skills Sector.
"Links4Learning is intended to be a collection of links to sites related to all aspects of e-Learning. It will be updated on a regular basis as new sites are discovered."
Added: 5 August 2001
Links mainly to e-learning vendors, but also some other resources
Added: 27 December 2002
A collection of links by Stephen Bostock, Keele University, suitable for HE
"The MASIE Center is an international thinktank located in Saratoga Springs, NY. The Center is dedicated to exploring the intersection of learning and technology.They are focusd on these key areas: How do people learn to use technology; How can technology be used to help people learn; New models for providing learning across distance and time; New roles for training and learning professionals."
"Working closely with worldwide education communities, Microsoft has developed technology, tools, programs, and solutions to help address education challenges while improving teaching and learning opportunities."
Updated: 25 September 2005
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"Since 1980, New Horizons for Learning has served as a leading-edge resource for educational change."
"Comprehensive resource for information about the extensive educational opportunities available online."
Added: 19 February 2007
Mostly US based e-learning institutions.
"Multilingual portal for free and open content courses and tutorials".
Added: 2 February 2007
The subject matter is quite varied from languages to technical topics. You can even add your own content.
"URLs for Educators, Students, Writers, Webpage Designers"
Added: 2 February 2004
A collection of interesting and intriguing resources
Knowledge ~ Learning ~ Community
Added: June 2001
Stephen Downes has been in this business a long time and always has an interesting view of what is current and what will be happening in the future
"Resource to aid in the understanding of how e-learning was developed and simple guides on how e-learning can be used and developed for online deployment."
Added: 25 July 2003
A nascent website on e-learning
"The resource for education technology leaders"
Added: 19 August 2001
A resource aimed at the use of technology in schools.
e-Learning resources listed at internettime.com, created by Jay Cross, a leading e-learning guru
Updated: 24 July 2001
An updated version of this very informative website
"The Learning Place is for Education Queensland staff, students and community to learn online, participate in online communication and online communities."
Added: 7 May 2002
"Queensland's gateway to a range of innovative online learning, communication and community resources"
"A resource center and blog to help people stay informed with what's going on in web 2.0, technology, education, and eLearning pedagogy"
Added: 19 December 2006
You can interact by video with the author
WBTIC is a non-profit resource for those interested in developing and delivering web-based training, online learning, or distance education. Here you will find a WBT primer, surveys, discussion forums, and resource links.
Another long standing resource for web-based training