Learning on the Web

Lynda.com provides online training for several topics at a variety of levels. Courses are broken down into small, searchable sections, so you can find a topic of interest and learn it in a matter of minutes. Log in with your Dartmouth username/DID and the password you use for your email. Enter your contact information and search the catalogue.

Academic Earth provides free video courses from leading universites.

Can't get away to a conference? Check out online webcasts and handouts from ALA, Educause, and SLA. Many conferences post conference materials in the weeks or months following a specific conference. Look for specific conference materials archived through publishers such as Information Today.  or vendors such as Sirsi Dynix.

Directory of Learning Tools contains over 3,000 freeware, open source and commercial tools in 25 main categories for formal and informal learning.

iTunes U puts the power of the iTunes Store to work for colleges, universities, and other education organizations. Listen, watch and download course materials from leading universities including Carnegie Mellon, Stanford and MIT.

Lifehacker is an award-winning daily blog that features tips, shortcuts, and downloads that help you get things done smarter and more efficiently.

YouTube Education