Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
- Online SoTL learning modules
- List of (some) journals
- Links to listings from other universities to more journals and other SoTL resources
- Teaching and learning conferences in Georgia
- Links to listings of teaching and learning conferences from other universities
- Tools for assessment
- Getting Smart: 50 Educational Podcasts You Should Check Out
- The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
- The National Teaching & Learning Forum
- Professional & Organizational Development
- World Lecture Hall
- Center for Research on Learning & Teaching
- Center for Teaching Effectiveness
- Resources for Enhancing Education at Carnegie Mellon
Technology & Teaching
- The HTML Writers Guild
- Tips & Tools for New Web Makers
- Web Developer's Virtual Library: Beginner's Page
Wimba Lectures to Go
Do you have a particularly effective PowerPoint presentation you use as a touchstone when you are lecturing in the classroom? Would you like the chance to share that presentation with other Armstrong faculty and receive feedback on your pedagogy, use of technology, or content? Then you’re just the sort of teacher who should participate in our new “Wimba Lectures to Go” program. These lectures will offer Armstrong faculty a great way to share ideas about the courses we are teaching and to foster a campus-wide conversation about things that are working well in our classrooms.
To participate, simply email the helpdesk at email@example.com and put "Wimba Lecture to Go" in the subject line. IT Services will direct you in the process of posting your presentation on the VCTL webpage, and there you have it.
The University System of Georgia offers a wealth of faculty development lectures, tutorials, and seminars available for download to your computer, iPod or iPad. We recommend "Encouraging and Supporting Undergraduate Research" as an excellent place to begin exploring the wonderful content available in this resource.
Please note that most of this content is seminar length videos that will take a while to download to your computer. You can watch the videos online in a streaming format by clicking on the title (not the Get button).
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