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The World Wide Web:

Wider and Wider and Wider and...

It seems like the Labyrinth features the Internet every issue. One can only describe the growth in 'Net use as "explosive." Staff and faculty are using, as well as, creating World Wide Web (WWW) based information at every Maricopa college. If you are interested in discovering the Internet, a great place to start is the class offered through District Training Services (731-8287). You may also want to participate in the Ocotillo "Internet for Learning" committee.

New on the MCLI World Wide Web Server

World Wide Web News:
Community College Home Page:
Multimedia Authoring Page:
Software For Learning:

Elsewhere On the Web

Yahoo from Stanford University is a great starting points Not only is it comprehensive, fast, and up-to-date, but it is also searchable.

New Tools for Teaching by James J. O'Donnell (University of Pennsylvania) introduces, describes, and exemplifies new Internet-based resources for teaching.

CUNY Multimedia Initiative is an incentive program to encourage faculty to experiment with the latest in multimedia technology.

Institute for Academic Technology (IAT) is a partnership between University of North Carolina and IBM Corporation to facilitate the affordable and effective use of technology in higher education.

EDUCOM ReviewMagazine

Internet Index, compiled by Win Treese, features interesting statistics regarding the Internet.

Quality, Guidelines, and Standards for Internet Information

Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction (MCLI)
The Internet Connection at MCLI is Alan Levine --}
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