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Scout Report   http://scout.wisc.edu/  Site Reviews(3)

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Site du prototype de diffusion ‚lectronique des thŠses de l'Universite de Montreal   http://www.pum.umontreal.ca/theses/index.html  Site Reviews(3)

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Sanford Learning Based Initiative   http://www.samford.edu/pbl/how2.html  Site Reviews(3)

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The Sloan Consortium   http://www.aln.org/index.htm  Site Reviews(1)
The Sloan Consortium is an institutional and professional leadership organization dedicated to integrating online education into the mainstream of higher education, helping institutions and individual educators improve the quality, scale, and breadth of education. Membership in the Sloan Consortium provides knowledge, practice, community, and direction for educators. Originally funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Sloan-C is now a non-profit, member sustained organization.
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Simon Fraser University Case Clearinghouse Catalogue   http://www.educ.sfu.ca/case/  Site Reviews(2)

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Sakai Project   http://sakaiproject.org/  Site Reviews(2)

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Colleges Ontario Student Mobility     Site Reviews(2)
The 2005 and 2006 Student Mobility reports contain comprehensive information and data about students entering and exiting the Ontario college system. The reports demonstrate a considerable desire by students to attain both an Ontario college and university credential.
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Scents To Die For - Literally   http://reformed.net/thoughts/scents.shtml  Site Reviews(1)

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Six Reasons to Consider a Dual Diploma   http://jcmagill.org/gcps-mainweb01.nsf/71D29E583157406D8525729D006BF41C/$file/6ReasonstoConsideraDua  Site Reviews(2)
A Dual Diploma combines the requirements of the College-Preparatory and Technology/Career-Preparatory diplomas. Why pursue a Dual Diploma? Here are six good reasons.
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Sidbebars   http://online.bcit.ca/sidebars/subcribe.html  Site Reviews(1)

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Science Resource Studies (Surveys   http://www.nsf.gov/sbe/srs/stats.htm  Site Reviews(1)

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Statistics Challenge   http://www.symynet.com/fb/  Site Reviews(1)

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Serious Instructional Technology: A Daily Log of Instructional Technology News and Ideas   http://instructionaltechnology.editthispage.com/  Site Reviews(1)

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School Library Media Research   http://www.ala.org/aasl/SLMR/  Site Reviews(3)

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Sample Citations - APA Style (More Quick and Easy Examples)   http://www.wuacc.edu/mabee/apa.html  Site Reviews(1)

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Search ERIC Database   http://www.accesseric.org/searchdb/searchdb.html  Site Reviews(1)

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Stanford University Tomorrow's Professor   http://sll.stanford.edu/projects/tomprof/newtomprof/index.shtml  Site Reviews(1)

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SFU Centre for Distance Education   http://www.sfu.ca/cde/  Site Reviews(1)

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State Higher Education Executive Officers   http://www.sheeo.org/  Site Reviews(2)
Serving statewide coordinating and governing boards in developing and sustaining excellent systems of higher education. The State Higher Education Executive Officers association was created in 1954 by the executive officers of nine of the ten statewide higher education boards then in existence. SHEEO's current members are the chief executive officers serving 26 statewide governing boards and 30 statewide coordinating boards of higher education. SHEEO's mission objectives are to: Assist its members and the states in developing and sustaining excellent systems of higher education. Emphasize the importance of state planning and coordination for higher education by promoting effective strategic planning and statewide coordination and governance. Speak as a national organization in public and private forums, promoting the interests of the states in effectively planning and financing higher education. Promote cooperative relationships with federal agencies, colleges and universities, and higher education and other associations in the collection and exchange of data and information, development of standard definitions and practices, conduct of studies, and development of higher education in the public interest. Formulate and recommend to public and private agencies and governments desirable guidelines for state and federal relationships to institutions of higher education. Encourage studies and other action to advance statewide planning and coordination. Express to the public, and their representatives in state and national legislatures, the collective opinions of state higher education officers to enhance the work of governing and/or coordinating statewide boards of higher education. SHEEO pursues its mission by: Organizing regular professional development meetings for its members and their senior staff; Maintaining regular systems of communication among the professional staffs of member agencies; Serving as a liaison between the states and the federal government; Studying higher education policy issues and state activities and publishing reports to inform the field; and Implementing projects to enhance the capacity of the states and SHEEO agencies to improve higher education.
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Stanford Center for Innovations in Teaching   http://scil.stanford.edu/  Site Reviews(2)

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Saskatchewan Learning   http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/P/index.html  Site Reviews(1)

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Son of Citation Machine   http://citationmachine.net/  Site Reviews(1)
Citation Machine is an interactive web tool designed to assist high school, college, and university students, their teachers, and independent researchers in their effort to respect other people's intellectual properties. To use Citation Machine, simply... 1. Click the citation format you need and then the type of resource you wish to cite, 2. Complete the Web form that appears with information from your source, and 3. Click Make Citations to generate standard bibliographic and in-text citations. The primary goal of this tool is to make is so easy for high school, college, and university students and other researchers to credit information sources, there is virtually no reason not to -- because SOMEDAY THE INFORMATION THAT SOMEONE WANTS TO USE, WILL BE YOURS.
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Strengthening Aboriginal Success   http://www.cmec.ca/Publications/Lists/Publications/Attachments/221/aboriginal_summit_report.pdf  Site Reviews(1)
The Elders are put on Earth to do teachings and teach people, so that we can learn to live with one another in a good way. I want to thank the [summit] committee for inviting me here and for being so kind and supportive in the work that Elders do. It’s always good to include spirituality and prayer in everything that you do. That’s the teaching of our people. Always remember the phrase, “Before your feet hit the ground, you should be in prayer.” We ask our creator… to listen to us… as we’re powerless without their spiritual help. We ask them to grant us courage for constructive solutions to complete what was discussed yesterday in smaller groups. That’s for the inclusion of First Nations and Métis people in the education system. We’re working toward that end, so that education will be holistic; it will be spiritual and in tune with the teachings of our people. I’m very grateful for the Elders who came before — our teachers, many of them are in the spirit world now — as we take over their responsibilities. The Elders always encouraged us to get the best education possible… Get your bachelor of arts and your master of arts and your Ph.D.… but they used to add… not at the expense of your culture. So that’s the message I picked from this conference. It was a very great honour to receive the star blanket. It is a very sacred gift and I thank you very much.
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Stages of Group Development   http://www.chimaeraconsulting.com/tuckman.htm#top  Site Reviews(1)
Often quoted, often misunderstood. Bruce Tuckman's classic description of the stages of group development is easy to understand and remember, but it helps to go back and look at what's behind each stage. Bruce W Tuckman is a respected educational psychologist who first described the (then) four stages of group development in 1965, soon after leaving Princeton. Looking at the behaviour of small groups in a variety of environments, he recognised the distinct phases they go through, and suggested they need to experience all four stages before they achieve maximum effectiveness. He refined and developed the model in 1977 (in conjunction with Mary Ann Jensen) with the addition of a fifth stage. Since then, others have attempted to adapt and extend the model - although sometimes with more of an eye on rhyme than reason.
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The Scholar Ship   http://www.thescholarship.com/home/  Site Reviews(1)
The Scholar Ship is a globally recognized academic program aboard a transformed passenger ship hosting students on semester-long voyages around the world. Participants from diverse cultural backgrounds come together to co-create life-changing experiences that develop their intercultural competence and foster friendships reaching the far corners of the world. The Scholar Ship program is built on the integration of four key elements: 1. an onboard classroom learning environment; 2. a multicultural residential and social community; 3. an experiential-oriented port program; and 4. a strategic research initiative. The Scholar Ship embarks on a semester-long journey around the world twice a year, commencing each January and September. Itineraries vary from voyage to voyage, but all are planned to provide engaging learning experiences through a port program that complements the curriculum onboard.
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