Professional Development Library

Teaching strategies:

Engaging Learners Online & Face to Face: MAPCCS-KAPCCS Presentation 10-21-16

www.crlt.umich.edu: (this source provides a guideline for creating an online course and practices for teaching online-from the University of Michigan)

Teaching resources:

Merlot.org

FacultyFocus.com

Faculty Focus Podcast: Efficient & Effective Grading

www.lirn.net: (built in source from Library and Information Resources Network-LIRN)

chronicle.com/: (The Chronicle of Higher Education-a source of news and information for college and university faculty members and administrators)

www.loc.gov: (this site helps teachers use primary sources from the Library of Congress in their teaching)

www.proquest.com: (built in source from LIRN-training webinars with ProQuest)

mva.microsoft.com: (built in source-listed on the ABTU Library Resource Databases page)

Plagiarism:

owl.english.purdue.edu: (Purdue Online Writing Lab-Avoiding Plagiarism)

www.studentguide.org: (Student Guide resource on detecting plagiarism and preventing plagiarism)

writingcenter.unc.edu: (UNC College of Arts & Sciences handout about plagiarism)

www.marcaria.com/articles/plagiarism-and-citation-assistance-for-kids.asp

www.copyright.gov: (United States Copyright Office)

librarycopyright.net: (fair use evaluator –this tool helps you better understand how to determine the “fairness” of a use under the U.S. Copyright Code)

fairuse.stanford.edu: (copyright & fair use-a collection of resources on the issues of copyright infringement and fair use)

copyright.columbia.edu: (fair use checklist-the fair use checklist allows you to determine if your usage falls within the guidelines of fair use by answering a few simple questions)

Twitter:

sites.google.com: (Education Chats)

www.insidehighered.com: (Twitter directory for higher education)

Webinar:

www.edchatinteractive.org: (Edchat Interactive-looks new and in Beta maybe)

Blogs:

blog.web20classroom.org: (Steven Anderson-A blend of technology and education)

teach.com: (daily ranking of 100 education blogs)

www.edtechmagazine.com: (top 50 K-12 IT blogs of 2016-some will apply to college)

edublogawards.com: (2015 Edublog award finalists)

christytucker.wordpress.com: (Blog described as “Building engaging learning experiences through instructional design and e-learning”)

www.iddblog.org: (from DePaul University-IT blog for higher education)

elearnqueen.blogspot.com: (Susan Smith Nash-focuses on distance training and education)