Since 1984 Global SchoolNet has been a key developer of content to support online learning. Below are some examples of Global SchoolNet produced materials:
CyberFair Implementation Guide: Opening the Doors to Collaboration (PDF) Download Now
This guide is free for download to all educators. It reveals new possibilities for collaboration among schools, communities, nonprofit organizations, and businesses. The publication is addressed to school administrators, education thought leaders, community organizations, and community-oriented businesses with an interest in implementing
Global SchoolNet produced the first professional development tutorial CD and training materials aimed at helping teachers understand how to use the Internet to support teaching and learning. More than 500,000 copies were funded and distributed to schools by Microsoft as part of national NetDay initiative.
Connecting Kids to the Future
Global SchoolNet created a professional development tutorial CD called Harnessing the Power of the Web and produces training materials aimed at helping teachers understand how to use the Internet to support teaching and learning. Funded and distributed to schools by US West.
World Links for Development (WorLD)
Global SchoolNet produced a professional development tutorial CD and training materials aimed at helping teachers understand how to use the Internet to support teaching, learning and global education. Funded and distributed to schools by World Bank World Links for Development.
Jane Goodall Institute
Global SchoolNet produced and hosted Dr. Jane Goodall's first education website from 1994-1998. Funded in part by Cisco Systems and the National Science Foundation.
Global Schoolhouse at Lightspan.com
Global SchoolNet helped Lightspan transition from producing CD-ROM based instructional materials to online learning. Global SchoolNet produced Lightspan's Global Schoolhouse collaborative content and developed a robust user community of more than 100,000 educators. Funded by Ligthspan Partnership.