Selected External Websites
related to
Technology, Learning and Society




Below is a somewhat eclectic list of university, education and non-profit organization, government, foundation and industry websites related to instructional technology, technology and society, and outreach using technology. The list contains references to many of the leading educational organizations with programs in these areas, as well as many of the universities that are major players in this arena. It also includes examples of the uses of information and communication technology for various forms of outreach, and some examples of policies and programs that examine societal impacts of these technologies.

This list was assembled in conjunction with CU Boulder's campus-wide Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society (ATLAS). Please send comments or suggestions to ATLAS Faculty Director Bobby Schnabel. A companion list, CU-Boulder Websites, contains websites produced by CU Boulder faculty, students and staff in conjunction with their teaching, research and academic outreach that contain material of broad interest beyond the University community.




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Universities, Public:

Universities, Private:

Education Organizations:

    American Association of Higher Education

    American Studies Crossroads Project

    CAUSE

    • www.cause.org
      a association of higher ed institutions for managing and using information resources in higher ed (about to merge with EDUCOM)

    Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)

    • www.cni.org
      Coalition of Association of Research Libraries, EDUCOM, and CAUSE on impacts of high performance networking and computing

    Concord Consortium, Bonnie Elbaum

    EDUCOM

    • www.educom.edu
      consortium of higher education institutions that facilitates introduction, use, access and management of information resources in teaching, learning, scholarship, and research (about to merge with CAUSE)

    Rural Telecon

    • ruraltelecon.org
      new conference on use of information and communication technology for rural community development, organized by Colorado Mountain College

    Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)

Non-Profit Organizations:

Government:

Philanthropic Foundations:

Industry and Commercial: