Educause is a leader in educational resources for higher education. Educause's website provides a resource pages from which you can search by topic. Of particular interest would be the topic of "teaching & learning."
Campus Technology:http://www.campus-technology.com/ Formerly Syllabus, this monthly e-publication carries articles and features on the use of technology across all areas of higher education: eLearning and course management systems; presentation technologies; communication, portal, and security solutions, etc.
EDUCAUSE Quarterly Online: is a practitioner's journal on planning, developing, managing, using, and evaluating information resources and technology in higher education. Written by campus practitioners, articles are peer-reviewed prior to publication, distributed primarily to EDUCAUSE member representatives and to college and university libraries, circulation of approximately 7,400.
Higher Learning: http://hl.teachmag.com/ Extension of TEACH Magazine, the largest national, educational publication in Canada which covers K-12 education, founded 1993 (HL is university-oriented). Covers all aspects of educational technology, including administration.
International Journal on E-Learning (IJEL), quarterly: http://www.aace.org/pubs/ijel/ Formerly International Journal of Educational Telecommunications and the WebNet Journal, IJEL serves as a forum to facilitate the international exchange of information on the current research, development, and practice of e-learning in corporate, government, healthcare, and higher education settings. Led by an Editorial Review Board of leaders in the field of e-Learning, the Journal is designed for researchers, developers, and practitioners.
Journal of Interactive Learning Research(JILR): http://www.aace.org/pubs/jilr/default.htm The Journal's published papers relate to the underlying theory, design, and use of interactive learning environments, including authoring systems, CALL, assessment systems, CBT, computer-mediated communications, collaborative learning, distributed learning environments, performance support systems, multimedia systems, simulations and games, intelligent agents on the Internet, intelligent tutoring systems, micro-worlds, and virtual reality based learning systems.
Academic Advanced Distributed Learning Co-Lab (ADL):http://www.academiccolab.org/index.html The Academic Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) Co-Lab is as the focal point for academia in promoting high quality, reusable content for distributed learning. This Co-Lab is the ADL academic link to test, evaluate and demonstrate ADL-compliant tools and technologies to enhance teaching and learning. It also serves as an academic demonstration site for ADL tools and content, including those developed by the federal government, academia, and industry.
Campus Alberta Repository for Educational Objects (CAREO): http://www.careo.org/ "CAREO is a project supported by Alberta Learning and CANARIE that has as its primary goal the creation of a searchable, Web-based collection of multidisciplinary teaching materials for educators across the province and beyond. CAREO (Campus Alberta Repository of Educational Objects) is being undertaken by the the Universities of Alberta, Calgary and Athabasca University in cooperation with BELLE (Broadband Enabled Lifelong Learning Environment), CANARIE (Canadian Network for the Advancement of Research in Industry and Education), and as a part of the Campus Alberta initiative."
Learning Objects, Learning Activities (LoLa) Exchange: http://www.lolaexchange.org/ "LOLA serves multiple purposes. At its home at Wesleyan, it serves as a way for us to keep track of the Learning Objects that we are developing as part of our Learning Objects project. We will be able to use LOLA to present our Learning Objects rather than having to make a container for each object by hand. It will also allow us to discover materials developed by other faculty that we might otherwise not know about. Within the context of the group of schools participating in this project, it will make visible materials that we otherwise would not know are available at our institutions."
Educause: http://www.educause.edu Nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology. Membership is open to institutions of higher education, corporations serving the higher education information technology market, and other related associations and organizations. EDUCAUSE programs include professional development activities, print and electronic publications, strategic policy initiatives, research, awards for leadership and exemplary practices, and a wealth of online information services. The current membership comprises more than 1,800 colleges, universities, and education organizations, including over 180 corporations. EDUCAUSE has offices in Boulder, CO, and Washington, D.C. Formed in 1998 in consolidation between CAUSE and Educom, two associations of higher education staff working with administrative information systems.
The TLT (Teaching Learning and Technology) Group: www.tltgroup.org/ Non-profit founded in 1998 to help educational institutions exhange information about technology and its effective use; sponsored by various technology interests which are clearly named. Runs various programs which help institutions develop the role of Student Technology Assistants, technology strategies, and technology which appropriately serves the whole community including those with disabilities.
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE): http://www.aace.org/default.htm Founded in 1981, international, educational and professional not-for profit organization dedicated to the advancement of the knowledge, theory, and quality of learning and teaching at all levels with information technology, through publications, conferences, societies and chapters, inter-organizational projects. Membership includes researchers, developers, and practitioners in schools, colleges, and universities; administrators, policy decision-makers, trainers, adult educators, and other specialists in education, industry, and the government with an interest in advancing knowledge and learning with information technology in education. International Headquarters: AACE, P.O. Box 3728, Norfolk, VA 23514 USA E-mail: email@example.com , Phone: 757-623-7588, FAX: 703-997-8760.
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE): http://www.aace.org/site/default.htm International association of individual teacher educators, and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development. The Society seeks to promote research, scholarship, collaboration, exchange, and support among its membership, and to actively foster the development of new national organizations where a need emerges. SITE is the only organization that has as its sole focus the integration of instructional technologies into teacher education programs.
Rubric for Online Instruction (ROI): http://www.csuchico.edu/celt/roi/history.html The Rubric emerged out of conversations among faculty and staff at California State University, Chico about online courses and what constitutes high quality in elearning and eteaching. The web site has a series of charts presenting helpful criteria arranged by category: learner support and resources, organization, design and delivery, assessment, innovative use of technology and use of student feedback.