Most of the currently available internet help sites offer little for teaching of criminal justice- they are mostly about ethics in law, business, and engineering. Because search results will change over time, I have included a search box at the bottom of this
Cyber Faculty Handbook, from the Center for Teaching Excellence at Tufts,
links to many teaching tips pages and offers some helpful search options.
Center (Temple University) provides a quick reference on many basic
Berkley Compendium for
Teaching with Excellence provides resources and links on teaching methods. Best
Practices page at Indiana University is also helpful.
The Belief, Culture, and Learning homepage contains peer reviewed educational
Educators Manifesto contains models for non-linear
education and resources for technological advances in learning
Thinking on the Web
offers strategies and resources for improving critical thinking in the
Justice Distance Learning Consortium
Ethics in Education is a website dedicated to promoting the free exchange of ideas among secondary school teachers, although the handbooks he has posted may be of general interest.
Updates has a variety of links to RealMedia presentation on the
internet and cheating, plus a variety of honor codes.
- Essay Verification Engine: downloadable shareware to check for
student plagiarism (15 day free evaluation with no registration)
It In allows professors to compare a student paper to a database
to look for plagiarism and keep a digital archive of student papers to
see if the same ones get recycled. Fee based service; free trial
for Academic Integrity - good over of issues and an excellent
set of links about both academic integrity and teaching
New York Times Learning Network: Lessons
in Internet Plagiarism
Citation Guides for Electronic Documents
- International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions