This course looks at using educational Web resources. Specifically, it discusses available types of technology that users may be less familiar with, such as Webinars, chat rooms, blogs, and discussion boards. When teachers are not sure where to go for educational research, the course suggests and examines using education portals, which have already been evaluated by educators. For those who want to evaluate educational Web sites on their own, the course points out resources to assist them. It suggests ways to differentiate between good and bad Web resources and specifically discusses how rubrics are useful for this purpose. Lastly, the course covers signs that plagiarism has occurred and provides suggestions for preventing plagiarism.