Stanford COMPUTER SYSTEMS
The Colloquium presents a series of ten lectures each academic quarter. The content is free ranging, covering wide range of topics related to computer systems. Everyone, enrolled or not, is welcome to attend.
You can't think without your brain, so why not learn more about how the brain works? This alliance is an "independent non-profit organization of more than 175 pre-eminent neuroscientists, including 6 Nobel Laureates." Explore this excellent list of links to play brain games and learn about neuroscience.
This "virtual learning community" (check out its skyscraper) strives to connect people to one another and to resources, and serve the worldwide Internet community by offering an expanded view of teaching, learning, and developing intelligence more fully. Click on "Tool Room" at the main menu to find information and resources on cooperative learning, alternative assessments, learning and intelligence, and cognitive development. "The Brain Lab" contains information on brain research, book reviews, and links to other Web sites on the topic.
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference
Volume 2005, Number 1
SITE 2005--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference
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