Teaching resources are an essential source of inspiration and information as you seek to become a more effective and connected instructor, but who has time to sift through it all and find resources that really work?
These valuable resources have been vetted by the Faculty Network to help you propel your teaching and your students' learning to the next level. We bring together a wide range of material - from case studies and testimonials to classroom tools and checklists. All peer reviewed by Faculty Network Mentors.
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Wondering what other colleges are up to? I ran across this website which has some interesting articles... — Read more
This series of articles is from the Faculty Focus website. One article (link below) from August 5 - Take... — Read more
Thinking of using new technologies to enhance your teaching? This website is part of the Faculty Focus... — Read more
Many feel that retention in an online class is directly related to the preparation the student receives... — Read more
Are you anticipating tenure or promotion within your organization? This article is a 'tough love' appraisal... — Read more
When you design your course, do you think about adding soft skills to increase perspective taking and... — Read more
Great academic workplaces are filled with people who believe that their jobs are important to the college,... — Read more
This is a must read article that speaks to plagiarism in college. A New York University professor claims... — Read more
Are you using Web meeting tools like Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, WebEx, or Microsoft Lync?... — Read more
Here's a link to a website that contains many best practices for teaching online. The articles are short... — Read more