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The Scout Project research team creates and delivers practical Web-based information and software solutions for educators, librarians and researchers. The archives feature 24,592 critical annotations of carefully selected Internet sites and mailing lists.
P21’s position as a thought leader for 21st century readiness has allowed the organization to continuously build a coalition of like-minded organizations – including non-profit, foundation, and corporate members.
This collection includes scholarly research, policy briefs, government reports, data, and instruments from a wide range of disciplines and sources, including multiple federal agencies. Research Connections compiles and distributes bibliographies, develops issue briefs, and synthesizes research on key topics.
Website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education allows the user to gain an overview of a practice & see the issues it addresses, understand the research behind that practice, access examples of schools engaged in these practices and use examples of tools to improve his/her own practice.
EDUCAUSE programs include professional development activities, applied research, strategic policy advocacy, teaching and learning initiatives, online information services, print and electronic publications, special interest collaborative communities, and awards for leadership and innovation.
The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) is a national longitudinal study of the American higher education system. It is regarded as the most comprehensive source of information on college students.