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Barnard Electronic Archive and Teaching LaboratoryBarnard CollegeDesigned to help faculty use new technologies in their teaching, BEATL offers many resources on their website, including links to all their projects and courses, as well as links to online web design tutorials.
Columbia Educational Resources Online (CERO)Columbia University Digital Knowledge VenturesColumbia Educational Resources Online (CERO) is a growing collection of e-seminars in a variety of subjects for high-school students, undergraduates, and their teachers.
Columbia E-Guide: Archives and Manuscript CollectionsLibraryWebA selective guide to archives and manuscript collections in national libraries, state archives and libraries, college and university collections, and historical society archives. Prepared and maintained by CU Library staff.
Columbia E-Guide: Numerical Data ResourcesLibraryWebA comprehensive gateway and research guide to the statistical and numerical databases available through the University's Electronic Data Service (EDS). Prepared and maintained by CU Library and AcIS staff.
CU AnalyzerColumbia Center for New Media Teaching and LearningThe Columbia University Analyzer is your personal digital portfolio for course preparation, project management, study, research and writing. With this unique tool, you can create your own web-linked multimedia expressions using content from the Web or your computer. Restricted to Columbia students, faculty, and staff only.
Digital Scriptorium: A Prototype Image Database & Visual Union Catalog Of Medieval And Renaissance ManuscriptsHosted by UC BerkeleyDigital Scriptorium is a searchable image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts intended as a resource for teaching and scholarly research by paleographers, codicologists, art historians, textual scholars and other researchers. Developed initially by Columbia and Berkeley, it now contains over 8000 images and will soon expand to include material from twelve additional partner institutions.
Education for Thinking ProjectEducation for Thinking ProjectThe Education for Thinking project is based on the premise that the most important mission of schools should be to teach children how to use their minds, and it asks what thinking skills we want children to master as well as how these skills develop. Find more information here.
Investiture Ceremony - Inauguration of Lee C. BollingerColumbia Center for New Media Teaching and LearningArchived broadcast of the October 3rd, 2002 Investiture Ceremony of the Inauguration of Lee C. Bollinger as the nineteenth President of Columbia University.
New York City Chinatown: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowTeachers CollegeThis Chinatown project aims to use government archives and historical materials to create a curriculum that addresses the needs of immigrant students. Teachers will find comprehensive lessons plans on this site, with worksheets, activities, primary source documents, maps, readings, photos, and more.
Recognizing Your Teaching Style
Peter Cookson/Columbia InteractiveThis quiz, from the e-seminar Developing Your Classroom Management Style, with Peter Cookson, was designed to help teachers recognize three types of classroom discipline: preventive, supportive, and corrective.

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