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The following documents were provided as supplements to Dr. Page J. Wolf's presentation Getting Started with Open Education Resources given at Morton College on February 1, 2017.
College of Lake County OER Strategic Plan (PDF)Course Planning Template_Lumen Learning (PDF)Effectively Implementing OER (PDF)Getting Started with OER (PPT)
The following documents were provided as supplements to Dr. Irving P. McPhail's presentation Pathways to STEM Careers for Underrepresented Minority Students given at Morton College on February 16th, 2015.
African-Americans in Engineering (PDF)American Indian/Alaska Natives in Engineering (PDF)POV: Confronting the New American Dilemma: A NationalImperative for the Community College (PDF)Latinos in Engineering (PDF)Community College Transfers and Engineering Bachelor's Degree Programs (PDF)Beyond the Dream: From Developmental Mathematics to Engineering Careers (PDF)Response to President Obama’s “America’s College Promise Proposal” NACME (PDF)Underrepresented Minority Women in Engineering (PDF)
The file below is provided as a supplement to Corinne Hoisington's presentation The Tech Scene of 2015 given at Morton College on February 16th, 2015.
The Tech Scene of 2015 (PPT)
The presentation below from the Illinois Consortium for International Studies and Programs (ICISP) was given at Morton College.
ICISP Presentation (PPT)
The white paper below is provided as a supplement to the Faculty Perspectives on Online/Hybrid Teaching & Learning (OHTL) roundtable that took place at Morton College on April 23, 2015.
Online-Hybrid Teaching Learning White Paper (PDF)
Faculty FocusPublishes articles on effective teaching strategies for the college classroom – both face-to-face and online – via its website and free e-newlsetter.
Teaching College Literature: A Resource Guide Provides instructors for resources and ideas regarding teaching English Literature at the college and university level and features articles, teaching tips, and links to syllabi and course materials, etc. Submissions are encouraged.
International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Read articles and blog posts by Society authors and members. The goal of the Society is to foster inquiry and disseminate findings about what improves and articulates post-secondary learning and teaching.
International Writing Across the Curriculum Network An informal community of teachers, researchers, and institutions working together to develop writing across the curriculum (WAC) and in disciplines (WID) locally, regionally, nationally or internationally.
Individual Development and Educational Assessment (IDEA) Research and Papers Read and download articles related to teaching and instructor evaluation.
Structure of Observed Learning Outcomes (SOLO) Explores the taxonomy developed by Biggs and Collis and provides links to sites regarding other popular conceptions of learning.
Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard University Tip Sheets A collection of tip sheets on a variety of subjects including course planning, leading discussions, grading, lecturing and many others.
Strategies for Online TeachingPapers, articles and other resources on the best practices for teaching and assessment of, online courses provided by the University of Michigan's Center for Research on Learning and Teaching.
Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online teaching (MERLOT) Faculty DevelopmentTeaching tips, learning materials and links to journals and communities of educators.
ProfHackerPedagogy blog from the Chronicle of Higher Education for tips, tutorials and articles on pedagogy, productivity and technology. Faculty blog entries that range in subject matter from general pedagogy to specific classroom methods and tools spur discussions that attract commentary and participation from peers.
Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)Resources and instructional materials for instructors and tutors of writing. Includes materials on writing for specific subjects including engineering, technical writing, literary studies, social sciences, medical writing and many others.
Self-Paced TutorialsThe University of Minnesota's Center for Teaching and Learning provides a series of tutorials on subjects ranging from course design to conflict management to academic job search.
Copyright on CampusJoin Jane, the campus librarian, as she provides a fun and informative
overview of U.S. copyright law and its impact on colleges and
universities. A youtube video from Copyright Clearance Center.