More Online Resources
See what other resources are available to integrate aging content and intergenerational activities in your classes! Click each section to explore.
Online Activities about Aging and other "Freebies"
Need something new for a class activity? Explore these resources for ideas.
What is you aging IQ?
A quiz brought to you by the Administration on Aging (AoA).
Life Expectancy Calculator
Estimate your longevity based on current medical and scientific data. Live to be 100, Thomas Perls, MD, MPH, FACP.
How Long Do You Want To Live?
Pew Research Center report allows you to submit and compare your response to others.
The Longevity Game
Calculate how long you can expect to live based on life insurance industry research.
U.S. and World Population Clock
Up to the minute U.S. and World population estimates with details on calculations - see age changes in real time and real places.
AARP Magazine Covers
Explore themes and images in group projects.
The Life Story Commons
The Center for the Study of Lives at the University of Southern Maine offers an archive of life stories to explore and an opportunity to contribute your own.
Popular Baby Names
Search by names decade, along with other data to explore generational issues.
Health Care Costs
Explore variations in health care costs across the country with an interactive map provided by the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
Tools to guide about expressing how you want to be treated if you are seriously ill and unable to speak for yourself.
Sloan Center on Aging and Work
Diverse reports on a variety of aging issues for diverse audiences, great fuel for debates!
The United States of Aging Resource Kit (NCOA)
Designed to fuel discussions about aging preparedness in local communities, contains survey data, discussion guides, template newsletter articles, and social media content.
National Institute on Aging (NIA)
Free publications on a variety of aging issues.
CONA Committee on Aging (APA)
Brief fact sheets and other resources.
Online Sites with Teaching Resources
Explore these websites which offer additional instructor resources, class materials, and links to varied information on aging.
Teaching and Learning about Aging
Society for the Teaching of Psychology provides a list of resources and other information about integrating aging into your classes.
CSWE Gero-Ed Center
Resources for infusing Gerontology into your teaching and classroom activities.
Teaching Gerontology and Human Values in Aging Newsletters
H.R. Moody, Editor, provides a wealth of information about aging resources in these monthly newsletters, free subscription.
Sociology of Aging - Age Inequality, Ageism, Gerontology
Journals, associations, discussion groups, and other online references.
Look Closer, See Me
University of Cincinnati Collage of Nursing, Generational Diversity & Sensitivity Training information and resources.
Information, resources, and library of global population aging created by the International Federation on Ageing and the World Health Organization.
Broad range of resources, reports, and databases for those who teach about aging, or want to integrate aging content into their courses.
The Look at Me!
Images of Women & Ageing Project explores and challenge perceptions of older women in society.
Online Aging Newsletters and Brief Reports
Current Awareness in Aging Report (CAAR) E-Clippings
Managed by the Center for Demography of Health and Aging, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, E-Clippings provides subscribers with a daily email message that highlights important news stories related to aging.
AARP Public Policy Alerts
Periodic alerts on latest research, reports, videos and events from AARP's Public Policy Institute.
Harry R. Moody Newsletters
Three monthly e-newsletters are available Teaching Gerontology, Human Values in Aging, and The Soul of Bioethics.
The Administration for Community Living (ACL)
ACL provides an e-newsletter and periodic e-news alerts that offer up-to-date information, with an emphasis on the needs and concerns of older adults and people with disabilities.
National Academy on an Aging Society Public Policy & Aging E-Newsletter
Geared toward teachers, students, and citizens interested in aging-related issues, the bimonthly e-newsletter highlights aging policy developments and issues from different sources.
Civic Engagement in an Older America E-Newsletter
This e-newsletter informs subscribers about efforts to advance research, programs, and policy that support older adults as a civic resource.
The e-newsletter from NIA's Alzheimer's Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center.
Positive Aging Newsletter
The Taos Institute's e-newsletter offers information from scientific research on aging, gerontology practices, and daily life which advances an appreciation of the aging process.
The National Center for Creative Aging (NCCA)
E-newsletter provides information about news brief, funding updates, and timely information on forums, symposia, webinars and more regarding creative expression and healthy aging.
Brings you the latest research-based information on a variety of topics in the science of aging.