Friday 5: Newsletters - 2nd Try

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Lucy Gray

Oct 26, 2007, 12:21:16 AM10/26/07
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Hi Everyone -

I know I've been MIA, but it's been a busy couple of weeks. Here's a
double list of sites where you can sign up for newsletters. I tend to
get information via RSS and news aggregator software these days, but I
realize that this is still a pretty new concept to teachers. Many of
youstill prefer to learn about new teaching ideas, products, and
events by subscribing to good "old-fashioned" e-newsletters. If you
know of any other newsletters worth perusing, please let me know and
I'll add your suggestions to this list.


Lucy Gray

All Kinds of Minds Newsletter Archives

Dr. Mel Levine is a neurologist who specializes in treating kids with
learning differences.

ALTEC Newsletter

This is a newsletter from the people who brought us the fabulous
Rubistar among many other great resources.

Annenberg Foundation's Newsletter

Blue Web'n Weekly Update

Blue Web'n is a classic site for finding the best sites on the web.

Education World Contact Center

Education Worlds publishes a plethora of newsletters. I wish they were
available via RSS!

Eduptopia Magazine

Hands down, Edutopia is my favorite online educational resource and
their magazine is exceptional, too.

The Family Center on Technology and Disability

George Lucas Educational Foundation/Edutopia Newsletter

In addition to the Edutopia magazine (see above), GLEF publishes a few

Inspiration Software Newsletter - Flashes

Inspiration now has an online community. My new school recently
purchased InspireData and I'm looking forward to learning more about
this program.

Librarians' Internet Index: News This Week

Library of Congress's Learning Page Newsletter

Middleweb | Middle School Newsletters

National Geographic Education Update

Newsletter@Web English Teacher

November Learning: Mailing List Signup

Primary Source Learning - Library of Congress Teacher Treasures
Newsletters Publications is focused on learning disabilities, and it's a
great resource. They also have a great site for kids called Sparktop,
which helps kids think about how they learn best.

Smithsonian Education Newsletter

T.H.E. Journal Newsletters

T.H.E publishes several newsletters including one called Eduhound.

Teachers' First Newsletter

Teacher Magazine: News and Information for Teachers

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