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    General Resources in Criminal Justice

    Criminal Justice Resources (Jon Harrison, Michigan State University Libraries).
    A table of contents with links to a wide assortment of websites related to criminal justice, ranging from specific topics to listservs and periodicals.
    http://staff.lib.msu.edu/harris23/crimjust/index.htm

    Criminal Justice Mega-Sites: The Best Links on the Web (Tom O’Connor, Austin Peay State University).
    A comprehensive site with links to criminal justice professors’ websites, special topics, data and facts, police resources, legal and law-related resources and libraries, corrections and prison-related resources, publishers, journals, discussion lists, and professional organizations.
    http://www.drtomoconnor.com/bestofweb.htm

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    Teaching Criminal Justice

    Journal of Criminal Justice Education (Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences).
    Articles cover post-secondary education in criminal justice, criminology, and related areas. Subscribers have access to the electronic version of current and archived issues.
    http://www.acjs.org/pubs/167_669_2917.cfm

    Teaching Criminal Justice (Criminal Justice Education, Dr. Philip Reichel, University of Northern Colorado).
    Provides links to videos and web-based classroom activities relevant to criminal justice and criminology, plus other links to more general sites on developing web-based teaching materials, teaching strategies, and classroom ethics.
    http://www.cjed.com/instruct.htm

    “Teaching Criminal Justice in Liberal Arts Education: A Sociologist’s Confessions,” Mathieu Deflem. ACJS Today, Newsletter of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 22 (2): 1, 3-5, 2002.
    http://deflem.blogspot.com/2002/08/teaching-criminal-justice-in-liberal.html

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    Simulations and Gaming

    “Model Prison: Simulation in a Corrections Class,” Janice Rienerth, Appalachian State University. Sociation Today, Vol.3, No.1, Spring 2005.
    This article discusses the theoretical basis for using a simulation project to enhance learning, and then provides a full description of using a model prison simulation project in a corrections class, including student presentations, evaluation, and results. Includes a PowerPoint slide presentation as an example of this simulation in use.
    http://www.ncsociology.org/sociationtoday/v31/jan.htm

     

    See also General Social Science Resources for additional discipline-specific materials.

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