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皇色视频June 17, 2015:
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the WebQuest model. Watch this space for announcements of some new resources coming later this summer!

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WebQuests and Web 2.0? This webinarconducted by the Discovery Education Network features a discussion about how blogs and wikis fit into the WebQuest model. You can view the archive here.

August 9, 2007:
QuestGarden received the MERLOTTeacher Education Classics Awardat the organization's internationalconference in New Orleans.

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Please report bad links and suggest additions and improvements to the site by writing to
Bernie Dodge, PhD.

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Annette Lamb

Jamie McKenzie

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David Warlick

Elliot Aronson

Dan McDowell


About SDSU

WebQuests originated in the San Diego State University Learning Design and Technology program located in the School of Journalism and Media Studies.

Links Changed

Resources formerly at webquest.sdsu.edu can now be found here by substituting http://webquest.org/sdsu/ for the portion of the link that used to follow webquest.sdsu.edu. Please update your bookmarks!

Welcome

You've arrived atthe most complete and current source of information about the WebQuestModel. Whether you're an education student new to the topic or an experienced teachereducator looking for materials, you'll find something here to meet your needs.

Announcing:
The WebQuest Research Consortium

皇色视频Are you a doctoral student or faculty member interested in conducting research on WebQuests?You're invited to join a new informal group to exchange ideas, collaborate andco-author. We can capture data as QuestGarden users create their own WebQueststhat open up interesting lines of inquiry about the planning process teachers use.Write bdodge@mail.sdsu.edu to learn more.

What is a WebQuest?

A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most or all the information thatlearners work with comes from the web. The model was developed by BernieDodgeat San Diego State University in February, 1995 with early input fromSDSU/Pacific Bell Fellow Tom March, the EducationalTechnology staff at San Diego UnifiedSchool District, and waves of participants each summer at the Teachthe Teachers Consortium at The Thacher School in Ojai, California.

Since those beginning days, tens of thousands of teachers have embraced WebQuests as away to make good use of the internet while engaging their students in the kindsof thinking that the 21st century requires. The model has spread around the world,with special enthusiasm in Brazil, Spain, China, Australia and Holland.

To find out more, explore the links to the left of this page.