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LEARN North Carolina, a program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education, is a statewide network of educators using the power of the Internet to improve K-12 education in North Carolina. Our Web site provides a collection of resources designed by experienced North Carolina educators for classroom teaching and learning and for professional development. We invite you to take a look around or to follow the links below for more information.
The Help Web
A Guide to Getting Started on the Internet
This site will gently lead teachers into the World Wide Web.
Learn the Net
This site contains a well-organized tutorial about the Internet and also contains a tutorial about e-mail.
The World Wide Web Workbook
The Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia offers this user-friendly tutorial at their educational web site. The site tutorial encourages the visitors to practice newly acquired skills.
ALA (American Library Association)
This site contains a wealth of information about school and public libraries, periodicals and publications online, and plenty of information about events for children as well as adults. Membership in ALA is not required for access to much of this site.
The Children’s Literature Web Guide
This “Web Traveler’s Toolkit” gives a broad listing of Internet resources related to books for both children and adults. Teachers can find teaching ideas, award listings for books, and plenty of links to other sites that feature Internet Book Groups and teacher sharing sites.
The Internet Public Library
Educational periodicals and newspapers from all over the world as well as from every state in the U.S.A. are available at this comprehensive site. The IPL “Exhibit Hall” even includes special exhibits and a permanent collection designed for online viewing.
Learning Resource Server
The LRS offers teachers links to some exciting uses of technologies for learning on the Internet. Teachers are able to see projects that other teachers and students have done and access information from forward-thinking researchers.
The Educators’ Choice for In-services and Online Resources