Have a look at the books,
videotapes, pamphlets, and periodicals pertaining to college teaching and
faculty development that we have compiled for your use.
A variety of books and printed journals regarding the issues
of college teaching, learning in higher education, and faculty development are
available at Cline Library.
If you are a Northern Arizona University faculty member or
teaching assistant, feel free to check out the following videos/DVDs from us:
- Measuring Learning: The Ultimate Teaching
- Ten Ways to Improve Blended Course Design
- Academically Adrift: Findings and Lessons for
- Promoting Critical Thinking with Just-in-Time
Teaching with NAU Professors Dr. Enid Rossi and Ro Haddon
- 20 Minute Mentor: How Can I promote Deep,
Lasting Student Learning?
- Betsy Barefoot: Building a Better First Year
- Building Learning Communities with RSS Feeds,
Wikis and Blogs
- Challenges to Classroom Civility
- The Forgotten Student
- Mary Huba: Learner-Centered Assessment
- Jose Mestre: Using Cognitive Research
- Barbara Millis: Linking Cooperative Learning
- Barbara Millis: Using Groups Wisely and Well
- Stephen Preskill: Teaching In/Sight
- Shattering Barriers
- Constance Staley: Retention
- Mark Taylor: Generation NeXt
- Teaching Adults
- Teaching Portfolios
- Maryellen Weimer: Teaching That Promotes
To borrow a video, complete this form or send us an email with the title(s) you are requesting, your
name, department, campus phone number and address.