Resources for Teaching and Learning Web Links


The Chronicle of Higher Education:

How to Study Your Own Teaching (And Why You Might Want To) 


Reading Room: ILO
ScienceDirect

Hake, R.R. 2009. "Over Two-Hundred Education & Science Blogs," http://www.physics.indiana.edu/~hake/Over200EdSciBlogsU.pdf

Although this organization appears to be focused on public (that is, k-12) education in Canada, there's a ton of information on teaching, period. cea-ace.ca/home.cfm
Cooperative learning articles by Theodore Panitz and others
http://tpanitz.jimdo.com/coop-learning-articles-by-ted-and-others/

The Learning Edge - A periodical of the Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education
Fall 2010 Edition

This is a link to The Teaching and Learning Center at Indiana University at Purdue: where there are many downloadable teaching tips and strategies.
Educause: Transforming Education Through Information Technologies
BC Campus Educators & Providers "Professor, My Brain is Full!" by Carl Wieman, a Distinguished Professor of Physics at the University of Colorado who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2001.
www.ctl.iupui.edu/resources/main.asp

DVV International - Adult Education and Development Journal

Rubrics for Feedback and Assessment‌

UOGuelph UID Project Homepage

The Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT)

UofWales, Newport Developing Professional Practice in Higher Education - Postgraduate Certificate

The Canadian Society for the Study of Education

This is the site for the What Works Clearinghouse, which provides reviews of articles arguing for educational effectiveness. What Works Clearinghouse‌ 

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