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  • Battelle: Technology Forecasts Battelle Memorial Institute works with the government and industry to develop new technologies and products. In the course of this work, Battelle has compiled several technology forecasts that speculate about what will be common in the years and decades to come. These predictions range from 2005 to 2020, and many of them are quite interesting. Concepts such as nanomachines, "personalized public transportation," and genetaceuticals are defined, and their use in society is explained. Only time will tell if these predictions are accurate, but they certainly drive the imagination. This site is also reviewed in the December 6, 2002 _NSDL MET Report_.
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  • Hot Lingo 2.0 This handy little application offers form and applet spell checking for Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher, something that will be useful for persons looking to perform spell-checking in a number of settings and applications. Hot Lingo utilizes a 75,000 word English dictionary, and with this version, users can create a customizable dictionary that contains up to 32,000 additional words. Their Web site also contains a FAQ section, and a place where users can offer feedback on the functionality of the application. Hot Lingo is compatible with all of the Windows operating systems.
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  • Teaching on the Net is your "source for information and professional development on teaching in the Internet Age. Whether you are teaching online or in a traditional classroom, our one-week online courses will give you new skills, models, and techniques for enhancing your teaching.
  • tutorialfind is the largest tutorial directory on the Web. It features over 300 categories of tutorials and currently more than 3000 links. Categories include everything from 3D software and Web development to sport and spoken languages."
  • Virtual Resource Site for Teaching with Technology [RealPlayer] A collaborative project of the Center for the Virtual University and the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Maryland University College, this site aims to help teachers develop good practice in adopting technology in their courses. The site consists of two modules. The first focuses on using Web-based technologies to design online courses and links to over 40 examples of Web-enabled assignments from a variety of disciplines. Each is briefly described, with notes on the Web-based technologies employed. The second module concerns delivery in online courses, offering six interviews (video, audio, and transcript) "on significant dimensions of online teaching, with particular emphasis on managing interaction." Each interview includes a collection of related (annotated) links. This site should be useful to those studying teaching and technology as well as those who would like to make better use of the Internet and related technologies in their classroom.
  • WebPage Translator 1.2 Available in a number of languages (including Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Russian), this helpful program allows users to translate entire Web pages from one language to another in real time. WebPage Translator also includes an embedded help guide that will assist users in effectively using the program. Compatible with all computers running Mac OS X, the program does not require installation and takes up a small amount of memory.
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