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Teaching & Learning in Higher Education: Resources for Faculty



This research guide features resources selected by the TLC coordinator, Angela Rasmussen, and SCC faculty librarians.

The list of suggested items is not exhaustive, so consult with Angela or ask a librarian for help if you don't find the information you need.

TLC opening, September 2018: A selection of sources

Small Teaching & Small Teaching Online

by James M. Land and  Flower Darby

Borrow these and other books from the TLC collection.

Visit  Building 1 on the Spokane Campus or request that a book be sent to you at your SCC site.

Small Teaching by James M. Land and Small Teaching Online by Flower Darby with James M. Lang

Grit: The Power and Passion of Perseverance

Also available as an e-audiobook in library database, RB Digital

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Teaching online by Ko and Rossen
Starter Kit for new college instructors, faculty, department chairs, and deans
Adjuct Faculty Voices
Videos on The Chronicle of Higher Ed library subscription
Flow: The psychology of optimal experience
The Chronicle of Higher Education in print and online: SCC Library provides Premium subscription for faculty
ERIC: A premiere index of Education literature
New Directions series
Discussion in the college classroom : getting your students engaged and participating in person and online
Teaching English in the Two-Year College, a journal of the NCTE
Teaching First-year College Students
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SCC Library Services logoThis guide was created by SCC librarian faculty in collaboration with the coordinator of the SCC Teaching & Learning Center.

We welcome your feedback, questions, and resource suggestions. Contact an SCC Librarian at any time.