“Education Technology: Selected Federal Information and Resources” is a companion web site to the U.S. Department of Education’s May 2001 Satellite Town Meeting. This page lists a number of federally supported resources designed to help schools and families use technology for learning. Make sure you visit the site now, as it will be removed from the web on August 1. The page of links is organized around five questions: What teaching and learning resources are available on the web from the federal government? What support is available from the federal government that can help my school or family use technology for learning? What information is available from the federal government that can help my school or family use technology for learning? What information and resources does the federal government support in my region of the country that can help my school or family use education technology effectively? Where can I find information and resources in my state that could help my school or family use technology for learning? Clicking on any one of these general questions takes you directly to the applicable links, each of which is accompanied by a small blurb describing the resource. Get the useful details from this site as soon as possible, before it expires.

http://www.ed.gov/offices/OIIA/STMResources