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International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

More and more journals start their lives not as paper entities, but as electronic publications, and scholarly interest in these electronic publications is growing. This particular electronic journal is published twice a year by the Center for Excellence in Teaching at Georgia Southern University and is designed to be "an international vehicle for articles, essays, and discussions about the...
The American Scholar

The American Scholar is published by the Phi Beta Kappa Society, and since 1932 they have published compelling and thoughtful essays, articles, poetry, and other pieces. The creation of this publication was actually inspired by Emerson's famous speech "The American Scholar", which was delivered to the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Harvard in 1837. They recently revamped their website, and now visitors...
Open Culture

Readers raved when we published our coverage of Open Culture, the artsy information hub that features "the best free cultural & educational media on the web." The website contains reviews and links to hundreds of open educational resources. Whether readers are interested in learning Arabic, would like to hear Patti Smith read Virginia Woolf, or are eager to explore a collection of Gabriel Garcia...
Research News at Vanderbilt

While Research News at Vanderbilt is dedicated to all of the ground-breaking work that goes on at this Research I university, the website is not just for Vanderbilt community members. In fact, for anyone who is interested in the latest developments in a huge range of fields - from business, to education, to psychology, to astrophysics - this site functions as a window into many worlds. One...
Harvard University Press

The Harvard University Press (HUP) website is more than just a listing of brilliant academic books. It is also a hub from which to explore big ideas. Readers may like to start by browsing HUP's listings by subject, author, or seasonal catalog. From there, the Recent News column makes for an excellent read, as it links to interviews, articles, and profiles of HUP authors from around the web. In...