Welcome to the OnlineTeachingAssociates.org MediaWiki
To find the "Resource Page" for your OTA-121 cohort visit the OTA Community Portal.
- To add pages and information to this wiki, you must have a user name and password and you must log in using the login link in the upper right corner of this page. (The link is small, blue letters on blue background and therefore difficult to see.)
- You do not need to login to simply view resources available on this wiki,
- Don't miss trying our new "Categorical Index" to teacher reviewed online educational resources. We're still categorizing hundreds of OTAWiki resource records. So check back and watch us grow! (Tip the hat to OTA's WikiMeister Lynn Dosch. )
- A good resource for getting started on OTAWiki is the MediaWiki Guide.
Search for Educational Resources
To search OTAWiki for practitioner reviewed online instructional resources, type descriptors for a search into the Search box in the upper left hand corner of this screen. Press Go and links to all resources matching your descriptors will be displayed. Follow the links!
Information about OTAWiki
Consult the Index Page/Appropriate Use Policy for information about OnlineTeachingAssociates.org's online resources.
Our Index Page describes the intended mission and purpose for all OTA's online resources, ownership of all contributed materials, and a statement defining appropriate use of OnlineTeachingAssociates.org's resources.
OTAWiki is an international educational resource. Participants with user identities are invited to post educationally relevant resources or instructional projects in any world language. Speakers of Mandarin, English, Hindi, Spanish, Arabic, Portuguese, Bengali, Russian, Japanese, German, Punjabi, French, Wu, Javanese, and Italian - as well as all other world languages are all welcome here. (See the Wikipedia's "List of Languages by number of native speakers" for details.)
Appropriate Use Policy Summary
Anonymous visitors are granted read access only. Registered educational users are granted permission to edit &/o create pages. Self registration is not permitted.
Content on the OnlineTeachingAssociates.org MediaWiki site is posted and made available for educational use under the terms defined by the Educational Community License, Version 2.0.
Qualifying k-20 educators and their students can use or remix OTA MediaWiki content in any medium, with or without modifications, provided that the intended educational use meets the conditions stipulated on our Index Page/Appropriate Use Policy.
Educators with questions about access to OTA's MediaWiki are encouraged to visit the Online Teaching Associate Webpage at http://www.onlineteachingassociates.com or contact Dr. Robert Blomeyer, OTA's President & Co-founder for more information. (firstname.lastname@example.org)