+-Asia for Educators, Columbia University
The Asia for Educators site contains reading lists, lesson plans, and multimedia units with primary-source images, timelines, maps, and illustrations. Many of the instructional materials are based upon contributions from Asia scholars at Columbia and other universities. The major focus is upon East Asia and materials are appropriate for teaching at the high school level. An important project on the web site is the "Timelines & Resources Section". This allows users to clink on the link buttons to access lesson plans, print and video resources, elementary-level resources and more.
+-Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke University
+-East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University
Established in 1979, the East Asian Studies Center (EASC) designs both language pedagogy and culture workshops for East Asian collegiate specialists, K-12 educators and students. EASC’s resources are available to individuals from education, business and the community, both nationally and internationally. Seminars, conferences and cultural activities are generally open to the public, including K-12 teachers and students. EASC maintains a web site to disseminate East Asian resources.
+-Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas