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|Title:||A Collaborative Effort in Building the National Educational Resource Center|
Lee, Greg C.
Lin, Janet Mei-Chuen
|Publisher:||The Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)|
|Abstract:||The National Educational Resource Center (NERC) has been established since February 1998 in a multi-million U.S. dollar national project to promote usage of computing and telecommunication technologies in the K-12 schools across all subject areas. The NERC's main responsibility is to provide a rich set of educational resources for the teachers to use in their classroom instruction. In the initial stage, there are 39 regional resource centers helping to develop and to collect educational resources in all subject areas in K-9 grades. Ten months into this project, available resources in the NERC is growing rapidly. In this paper we present the collaborating framework of the national and the regional resource centers, describe the content structure of all the resources and share our experiences in the running of the National Educational Resource Center.|
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