CDH Faculty Resources is a guide created by the LLC staff. It provides descriptions and links to apps, web-based software, and content specific resources. This is meant to be a collaborative effort. If you discover something that should be shared with your colleagues, please advise the LLC staff and they will provide the appropriate link on this guide.
Atomic Learning offers solutions for professional development, technology integration and software training and support that simplify educational technology. The training modules are sequenced so you can proceed through steps at your own pace.
Coursera provides free online courses from top universities.
ERIC-Education Resources Information Center is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education.
FreeTechnology4Teachers is a blog produced by Richard Byrne that provides descriptions of emerging apps or software for education. Included are suggestions for effective implementation of the tools described. Warning: pages contain advertising.
Professional Collection produced by Gale/Cengage Learning, this is a custom database of more than 300 full-text journals for educators, covering the areas of arts and humanities, and child and adolescent psychology and development, drug and alcohol abuse, health/nutrition/fitness, learning disabilities, literature, school law, science and technology, social sciences and sports/athletic training.
Professional Development Collection is a database managed by EBSCO and may provide helpful articles for your work on advanced degrees. It is a significant collection of full-text education journals from throughout the world.