Shostack (2000) analyzed questions that had been submitted via a question submission form to AskERIC
Inside the school libraries, users as young as primary school children may also access a variety of Web-based reference services; some of the most popular are KidsConnect, AskERIC
and MAD Scientist Network.
The entire class reviewed field-tested health lessons available in print and online using professional journals and websites, such as AskERIC
Lesson Plans on Health and Physical Education (now known as Educator's Reference Desk), Microsoft Schoolhouse, Education World, EdHelper.
A search of the AskERIC
database in June 2003 using keyword combinations "teacher evaluation and technology skills," "teacher evaluation and technology competency," "teacher assessment and technology skills," and "teacher evaluation and computers" generated only one article relevant to this report.
including the award-winning, Internet-based, AskERIC
At the time of these studies, The Gateway contained over 7,000 resources from more than 100 collections, including AskERIC
Virtual Library, Discovery Communications Inc.
Unless the draft SOW is modified, all 16 Clearinghouses and their services (including AskERIC
, Publications, and Digests) will be eliminated.