University Camp Files
- The National Debate Coaches Association has created the Open Evidence Project to make full, electronic versions of camp files available.
Wikis with Links to Debate Citations and Research Ideas
- For links and citations to what other schools around the country are arguing during the year, bookmark this NDCA link.
- Advanced Varsity debaters who want citations for impact evidence or Kritiks may want to visit the college wiki – keep in mind the college national debate topic is different from the high school national topic.
- Here’s a walk-through of how you might approach the research process for replying to a Teacher Shortages preview.
Education Topic Websites Worth Bookmarking
- The National Education Policy Center collects and shares the best of education blogs.
- The Center for Education Reform has news links
- Stories from School is a blog about education policy from a teacher’s perspective.
- Education Week has a section for news about high school education and education policy.
- Education World has a news section.
- Eduwonk is one of the most linked education blogs.
- The Washington Post has another influential blog about education policy called Answer Sheet.
- Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education has one of the most comprehensive listings of education websites.
- You can find some great bloggers on Education Post.
- Former CMSDL debate coach and veteran teacher Marilyn Rhames (whose columns have drawn the attention of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos) has an award-winning education blog on Huffington Post.
- If you’re active on Twitter, here’s an interesting ranking of the most influential social media sources on education that you can follow.