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View Resource Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education

This document is a code of best practices that helps educators using media literacy concepts and techniques to interpret the copyright doctrine of fair use. Fair use is the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment under some circumstances especially when the cultural or social benefits of the use are predominant. It is a general right that applies even in situations where...

View Resource Learning Communities in College

Most technical students find math and English to be their biggest obstacle in technical education. Learning Communities are a way to combine math and English in the core classes. This website provides many key steps to help in the incorporation of these essential skills. While mostly catered towards teachers, this site could also be helpful for students wanting to aid in their development.

View Resource Rhetoric for Engineers

As a field of study, rhetoric has enjoyed a popular resurgence in at the college level, and when deployed effectively, various rhetorical devices can make any piece of writing much more compelling. Ron Graham has created this site designed to help engineers and "other practical people" with the practice and art of rhetoric. The site includes a summary of basic rhetoric, along with some...

View Resource English and Mathematics

This website provides a syllabus for a course that uses "writing to reinforce the learning and understanding of mathematical concepts, while also using mathematics and statistics as a topic for the essays." Students gain experience in both English and Math skills as well as developing critical thinking, written and oral communication, quantitative skills, and group interaction skills....

View Resource Lesson Plan Central

Lesson Plan Central -- a free lesson plans, WebQuests, worksheets, student link and clipart Web site -- has a great collection of science specific links. Categorized by subject and grade level, the listed sites are are briefly described, and any new site is labeled as such. Links to just the new, cool, and clipart sites are also provided. This collection is a great way for kids and educators to...

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