Resources for Online Courses
Examples of Online or Hybrid (Blended) Courses

Finding the Good Fit: Faculty Members, Instruction, Evidence, and Technology

Resources from the Educause preconference.
-The new model for Web 2.0 : Users to Users
-Web 2.0: Definitions and Applications: A summary of Web 2.0 tools and their applications to teachers and learners. Ties tools to Bloom's taxonomy. See also Bloom's Digital Taxonomy (a large pdf file).
-eLearning Tools: A wiki with based on the summary above with live links to examples.

Quality Matters
"A faculty-centered, peer review process designed to certify the quality of online courses and online components."

Online Course Readiness Assessment
Students' readiness to take an online course. (Similar to what SUNY SLN offers.)

A social learning network where people teach and learn online.

Mediated Cultures Course Site
Michael Wesch (based on Netvibes,, a way to personalize your own web portal, similar to iGoogle.)