With more than 250 books, articles, and other items listed, most with short annotations of one or two sentences, WikiPODia’s Annotated Bibliography on Academic Development in Higher Education presents one of the most impressive lists available of articles and books on teaching, learning, and faculty development.
Those looking for journals to read or conferences to attend on teaching and learning should consult two impressive lists curated by Thomas Pusateri at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kennesaw State University: Teaching Journals Directory and Teaching Conferences Directory. These “comprehensive” directories include more than 300 items each.
When I say that the recent scholarship on teaching literature includes the most interesting and significant work currently going on in higher education, readers should know that I am (wildly!) […]
Farhad Manjoo calls listservs “one of the most important things on the Internet.” He says that “we should all be participating in more listservs.” He even goes so far as […]
This short document on “New Pedagogies in Higher Education” (PDF)* put together by L. Dee Fink,** Mary Allen, and Patricia Iannuzz introduces and overviews “seven sets of new pedagogies.” I […]