AskERIC is a personalized internet service providing information and assistance to teachers, librarians, counselors, administrators, and parents. It’s a division of the Educational Resources Information Center, a federally-funded national information system sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education, Syracuse University, and the CASE Center. You can post questions to the AskERIC web site, such as how to develop an acceptable use policy, and a specialist will respond within 48 hours. Another feature of the site is a virtual library containing lesson plans, archives of education-related listserves, InfoGuides (online pathfinders to electronic, print, and ERIC resources), and access to other education sites.
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