"ACLAnet was conceived as an interactive network and database that would permit USERS to post, read, retrieve, and respond to messages on the bulletin board; to contribute to a LIBRARY of documents (these currently include syllabi and various essays or position papers); to conduct free-text searches across all documents; and to establish group discussions on topics of continuing or current interest."
"Following up on a project started by Cheshire Calhoun, the American Philosophical Association (APA) has been gathering syllabi from philosophy courses that have a substantial focus on diversity issues. The immediate goal is to post these syllabi here on the APA website (with links from the teaching and inclusiveness committee webpages, the various diversity committee webpages, etc.)."
Individual instructors list syllabi for their courses.
"This feature provides annotated syllabi that offer creative approaches to teaching, with particular emphasis on innovative ways of organizing the U.S. Survey and integrating technology. Teachers reflect on how a social history approach, active learning techniques, and Web-based resources and new media have impacted their teaching and their students."