Teaching-oriented Web Sites
- Links to Valuable
Educational Sites & Tools for Using Technology in Your
links to many
teaching-related sites, including how to detect plagiarism, using email
discussion groups, building web-based tools, and links to 13 college &
university teaching centers.
- Links to Web Sites That Will Help You Research
and Then Write Your Term Paper: Includes help with evaluating the
results of Web searches.
- Links to Cooperative Learning web
sites, including reading lists, how to do it pages, and other
interview with me about my views on teaching: published in Ultibase,
an online Australian teaching journal
the Case Method in your teaching Santa Barbara Sociology Department.
- Links to Web Sites for ebooks,
online books, and other technologies for accessing content for courses
Look here for web sites such as Open Mind, ebrary, Questia, and other
sites that will give you access to content, often free!
Advice for New Faculty Members. Robert Boice's
wonderful new book on how to start your academic careerI highly recommend
book not only
for its sage advice on teaching, but also for its guidelines for research
and writing. Wise words from a great teacher & scholar. I have used
this book in courses, seminars, and in 1-on-1 counseling, and it
works! Try also his earlier book:First
Order Principles for College Teachers
- Distance learning sites
- My articles on teaching
- My reviews of books on teaching
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