Adding Value to your Links--

An average link on an average webpage has a pretty low average value. Normally, that link will consist of just a few words describing the target page (or pages), often just copying the 'clever' (but undescriptive) title that the site's own author gave it. There's a huge range of things that you can do to increase the value of your links...
http://www.robotwisdom.com/web/value.html

Cheat Sheets Page

On this list page by WhatIs.com, you can find cheat sheets to help with many (MANY) software program and tech issues.
http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/0,289893,sid9_gci826135,00.html

Freewebs.com

What you can do:
  • Super easy and quick site-building tool
  • Absolutely no HTML required
  • Choose from more than 300 templates
  • Create a single page or a full site
  • Add photos, videos, a blog and more
  • Interact with visitors in a guestbook or chatroom
  • Open a store or collect donations
  • For work or play, professional or personal use
|http://members.freewebs.com/index.jsp

InfoCaster Tutorials

Sample videos using Windows Media or Quicktime
http://www.infocaster.tv/Resources/Sample%20Videos.html

Strunk's Elements of Style--

Asserting that one must first know the rules to break them, this classic reference book is a must-have for any student and conscientious writer. Intended for use in which the practice of composition is combined with the study of literature, it gives in brief space the principal requirements of plain English style and concentrates attention on the rules of usage and principles of composition most commonly violated.
http://www.bartleby.com/141/index.html

TeachU

The Ohio Learning Network's TeachU Online Seminars is a series of free, hour-long interactive Web presentations on uses of emerging technologies and pedagogies within the contexts of teaching, assessment, and student success. Each seminar is delivered live using online audio and video/image presentation technology, allowing you to interact with the presenter(s) and your colleagues through your web browser.
With seminar-specific variations, the host and guest will discuss the topic and respond to questions submitted by seminar participants in an online meeting room. Generally, the guest will do an initial presentation, using PowerPoint slides, Web tours, or other online resources, and then engage in dialogue with the host and online participants.
These seminars were created to provide Ohio's educators with accessible, timely, and outstanding learning opportunities at no cost. They have been designed to showcase excellence and existing expertise within Ohio's institutions, while providing practical approaches so participants can implement what they learn. All facilitators are sharing their expertise and resources within the TeachU online Seminar Series to benefit all.
http://www.teachuohio.org/


Videoconference Tips and Techniques

In the form of a blog, this site offers advice for those trying to put a "face" to distance learning through videoconferencing (or Skype).
http://videoconference.edublogs.org/