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E-Resources: Learning Tools
Columbia's faculty, students, and instructional designers are constantly producing innovative learning tools in the form of interactive applications, exhibits, databases, and other online materials. From Columbia's home medical guide to a multimedia version of Midnight's Children, these Web-based tools are effective, engaging aids to classroom teaching and learning.

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Columbia University DKV Editorial Style Guide Columbia DKV In addition to providing detailed guidance on traditional style and usage problems, this new style guide addresses the editorial issues that arise when editing text for production on the Web.
The Architecture and Development of New York City Columbia DKV On this Web site, architectural historian Andrew Dolkart examines the history and development of New York City's commercial, residential, and institutional architecture.
Frontiers of Science Columbia College This addition to Columbia's Core Curriculum introduces students to exciting ideas at the forefront of scientific research and develops the habits of mind characteristic of a scientific approach to the world.
The Midnight's Children Multimedia Study Environment CCNMTL The Midnight's Children Multimedia Study Environment, produced by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning, provides students the opportunity to gain a richer understanding of Salman Rushdie's acclaimed novel, the play derived from it, and the historical and cultural context in which the story is set.
Complete Home Medical Guide Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center An excellent resource for general health information compiled by the faculty of Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons. Covering a wide range of topics, from the basics of good nutrition, CPR, and mental and emotional health to the most common ailments and their treatment, the Home Medical Guide also features information on frequently prescribed drugs.

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