The University of North Carolina publishes “The Technology Source,” a bimonthly, peer-reviewed periodical, as a resource for educators working to create useful technology programs and initiatives that address the needs of all stakeholders, from students to teachers to families. According to the site’s authors, the purpose of The Technology Source is “to provide thoughtful, illuminating articles that will assist educators as they face the challenge of integrating information technology tools into teaching and into managing educational organizations.” Articles cover topics in the areas of assessment, virtual universities, case studies, and faculty and staff development. Recent articles covered a range of education topics, including: “Seven Principles of Effective Teaching: A Practical Lens for Evaluating Online Courses,” “Online Communities as a New Learning Paradigm: An Interview with Paul Shrivastava,” “eLobbying: Marketing eLearning to the Legislature,” “Electronic Tuition Rates Overcome Distance Learning Barrier,” “Using Technology to Improve Curriculum Development,” and “The Role of Education Faculty in Choosing Web-based Course Management Systems.”

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