Skip Navigation

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Browse Resources

(2 classifications) (18 resources)


Social aspects. (3)
Software (18)

View Resource After a bit of controversy, the Associated Press begins a dialogue with bloggers about posting articles and other materials on weblogs

Drudge Retort Highlights 'Fair Use' Uncertainties Here's Our New Policy in A.P. Stories: They're Banned Drudge Retort Media Bloggers Association The Fair Use Network...
View Resource In rules issued this week, the Federal Trade Commission declares that bloggers must disclose the receipt of free products and existing financial interests

Bloggers face disclosure rules,0,4733519.story FTC Tells Amateur Bloggers to Disclose Freebies or Be Fined FTC Publishes Final Guides Governing Endorsements, Testimonials Concurring Opinions: FTC and Blogger Disclosure...
View Resource Phenomena: A science salon hosted by National Geographic Magazine

In the 19th century, the height of a learned experience might be taking part in a salon in the grand quarters of a beautiful manse. In our own time, it's much easier to take part in such erudite explorations. This online Phenomena salon is "a gathering of spirited science writers who take delight in the new, the strange, the beautiful and awe-inspiring details of our world." Hosted by National...

View Resource Mashable

In a matter of speaking, Mashable brings together the good, interesting, strange, and "other" of the web together in one place. With its easy to use interface, Mashable brings together the top-trending new stories from the world of social media, business, technology, and entertainment. Visitors can use one of the three tabs on the top of the homepage to get started, and they can also look at the...

View Resource Peace Corps: Passport Blog

The Peace Corps Passport Blog offers a window into many worlds. Peace Corps volunteers, staff members, and members from service countries pen fascinating, inspiring, and sometimes troubling stories about their service in countries around the globe. The blog is organized by categories (After Service, Agency News, etc.) and tags (Africa, Education, Community Innovation, etc.), so it's easy for...

View Resource HASTAC Blogs

The Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC, pronounced "haystack"), is comprised of nearly 13,000 humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists and technologists working to "transform the future of learning." Online since 2002, the HASTAC website provides a variety of methods for its members to collaborate and share content, one of which is this blogs...

View Resource The New York Times: The Learning Network Blog: Lesson Plans

For educators who are looking for engaging and relevant ways to present the events of the world to their students, the New York Times has created The Learning Network, a dynamic blog devoted to teaching and learning. With the above link, readers will find a compilation of blog entries and articles specifically created to assist instructors as they facilitate student discussion. Instructional items...

View Resource Free Music Archive

The Free Music Archive (FMA) is a precious gem for readers who thrill to the sound of non-commercial, freely available, multi-genre music. Featured blog posts greet readers on the landing page and often include live and studio recordings that can not only be scouted online, but downloaded for free. For instance, the February 12, 2016 post, "Highlights from the 2016 Zlatne Uste Golden Festival,"...

← Previous