This page is totally dead and has not been maintained in the last
few years. Check our EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES Library instead. [ DKS April 1998 ]
Educational Technology: Institutions sub-page
Information categorized by institutions
Maintained by TECFA.
The Internet College Exchange (ICX)
is a WWW site that employs a search
engine that searches all 3200 US colleges and universities by certain
criteria. College bound students can utilize this site very effectively in
their college search. The site can be used by anyone with Internet access
free of charge 24 hours a day.
Let's hope nobody gets offended by this classification.
The goal is include at least the major institutions
in the fields of interest to Educational Technology.
Help us to improve this.
- Academic: Educational Computing
- Academic: Computing/New Technologies
- Academic: Cognitive Science/Psychology/HCI
- Academic: Education
- Academic: Others
- Commercial: Software Vendors
- Commercial: Services
Aberdeen (University of),
Centre for Computer-based Learning in Land Use and
Environmental Sciences (CLUES). Aims:
to promote and disseminate information on the availability, use and
creation of computer-assisted learning (CAL) courseware,
to develop CAL courseware for teaching and learning in land use
and environmental science subjects, and
to carry out research and development into the use, implementation and
evaluation of CAL materials.
Anglia Polytechnic U: ULTRALAB
ULTRALAB is a learning technology research centre, so the server will be of
particular interest to everyone in the learning/teacher training/educational
- Berkeley (U of C at),
The DUNGEON, School of Education
- EPFL, LEAO
(Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Computer Assisted
The Florida Schoolyear 2000 initiative (SY2000 project)! at the Florida State University, Center for Educational Technology. See also the Instructional Systems program
- Geneva University, TECFA
(Tecfa produces this WWW page)
Geneva University, CUI CBL/SE group
Heriot-Watt University, Institute for Computer Based Learning
Describes the Unit & its research & teaching, e.g.
ICBL Projects Page and the page on
Telework Tele-Training Trial.
- Institute for Learning Technologies, Columbia University: A larger site with serveral interesting projects.
Quote: "...works to advance the role of computers and other information technologies in education and society."
- A good resource page for Learning Technologies.
The University of Houston-Clear Lake, Instuctional Technology:
a home page for the department of insructional technology.
- Indiana University, Instructional Systems Technology
- Joensuu (Finnland), R & D Center for Information Technology in Education.
- Lancaster University: The Applied AI/AI in Education Research Group
Has good pointers on AAI/AI-ED Groups also.
Information Technology Training Initiative (ITTI): An UK Universities
Funding Councils' initiative which has produced, and is still producing,
many products in the area of IT Training and Multimedia Courseware
Leeds University:Computer Based Learning Unit.
Computer Based Learning Unit Brochure for information
Mount Allison University's Online Learning Centre--tele-education
- Northwestern University, The Institute for the Learning Sciences. ILS is an interdisciplinary research
and development center dedicated to transferring innovative educational technology from the
laboratory to practical applications in businesses, schools, government agencies, and the community.
- San Francisco State University: Department of Instructional Technologies
The Open University Home Page
Twente University, TIOS (Tele-Informatics Open Systems).
Home of an on-line Esperanto course.
University of California, Santa Barbara - Microcomputer Lab.
The MCL runs five instructional labs dedicated to enhancing the
learning experience of UCSB students. Classes using the labs
vary in subject matter and are not limited to traditional computer
courses. Our server contains instructional content for courses using
the lab as well as links to general UCSB information.
(and not yet classified...)
- European Society for Developmental Psychology (including Society Newsletter and mailing list communications)
Georgia Tech: Cognitive Science
(Including HCI, learning, learning environments research).
Has also good Cog Sci resource pages!
Hanover College Psychology Department (has links to other sites of interest and tutorials)
- Psychology Department
Northwestern University (under construction, has good pointers
to psychology and cognitive science)
- North Carolina - IAT.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Institute for
Academic Technology (IAT) is dedicated to the proposition that
information technology can be a valuable tool for increasing the
quality of student learning, increasing access to education, and
containing the costs of instruction.
RIESCO, the Association for the Integrated Research on
the Evolution of Cognitive Systems, announces the availability
of its WWW home page hosted by CRS4, the Center for Advanced
Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia (Italy).
Standford Departement of Psychology. Has also good ressource pages.
University of Sussex, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences
I.S.T.E. "The International Society for Technology in
Education (ISTE), the largest nonprofit professional organization
dedicated to the improvement of education through the use of
computer-based technology, has helped educators by providing assistance
and support in the use and integration of computer-based technology in
- Alpha Beta Corporation is a not for profit group devoted
to improving inner city computing and educational technology.
Duane Wong <email@example.com>.
Association for Experiential Education Home Page
Global Network Academy.
See for instance:
REACH (Research and Education Applications of
Computing in Humanities) Newsletter.
CAUSE Association for managing and using
information technology in higher education (US).
Quote: "CAUSE's mission is to enable the transformational changes occurring in higher education through
the effective management and use of information resources--technology, services, and
Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) (Gopher, US)
"Educom serves the leaders who manage information technology in higher
education. For 30 years, Educom has been leading the nation's
educational community in integrating information technology into
classrooms, curricula and research. Today, Educom's membership
encompasses a broad range of institutions--from large technologically
sophisticated universities to small liberal arts and community
colleges". Home of the Edupage and Educom e-journals.
Internet Service for Mathematics and Science Education.
- RTZ Software is providing information and demonstration versions of The
Virtual Meeting. Features: low bandwidth, Macintosh and Windows, designed to be used
concurrently with an audio conference call, ability to control
and synchronize applications and the presentation of text, graphics, live
sketches, images, sound and QuickTime video on each participants computer
from one location.
- Due North
Multimedia offers tools to help maximize study time and to enhance
one's natural ability to learn. Our products are designed for use at home,
but can also be used in a non-networked school environment. We also offer
a separate line of products for Human Resource Training in the workplace.
Each of our products uses the latest in technology and instructional
science to help users learn more effectively. Visit our Languages, Sciences, References, K-12 Curriculum, Exam Prep, Accelerated Learning and Personal Change
Apple Computer Higher Education gopher
IKE - IBM Kiosk for Education
- Asymetrix FTP directory
Educational Reform Group
Quote: "We at Educational Reform Group are devoted to introducing educators (and now
businesses) to the most revolutionary and innovative ideas today. Our tapes emphasize the
latest advances in information technologies and their applications".
Entries have been deleted. The W3 has grown to big and I can't possibly
do a good job here...
Enterprise Integration Technologies.
Home of the
guide to world-wide information and services.
"...Kreative Kids Computer Camp was established to prepare children for
tomorrow's technological challenges. We believe that children who gain
the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively manipulate and
interact with the computer will enjoy greater success and quality of
life in the future."
Question Mark Computing
"are pleased to announce that their WWW page is
now active. The page is focused on
Computer Aided Assessment and aims to be of interest to all concerned
with Computer Based Training in general, and testing and assessment in
particular. Additionally, a demonstration version of our new Windows
software can be obtained from this page".
The Global Network Navigator, and Internet-based Information
Center from O'Reilly & Associates Inc.
Home of the
Whole Internet Catalog