The CITL library in Franklin Hall 004 has an extensive collection of books and journals about all aspects of teaching in higher education, all of which may be browsed and checked out. The library also contains samples of teaching portfolios for your review. Also available is a collection of books and journals specifically about Service-Learning.
We also have extensive holdings of several leading journals on teaching and learning, which may be used for reference. Journal holdings include:
- Change Magazine
- College Teaching
- IDEA Papers
- Journal on Excellence in College Teaching
- National Teaching and Learning Forum
- New Directions for Teaching and Learning
- The Teaching Professor
- To Improve the Academy
CITL has a few videotapes about teaching and learning that can be checked out by faculty. These include:
- Collaborative Learning in Science: Derek Bok Center (producer). (1992). “Thinking together: Collaborative learning in science.” Cambridge, MA: Harvard University. 18 minutes.
- Making Large Classes Work: Instructional Support Services (producer). (1992). “Making large classes work: Experiences of Indiana University faculty.” Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. 38 minutes.
- Discussion Starter Vignettes 1: Learning and Teaching Centre (producer). (1993). “Critical incidents: A teaching development resource.” Victoria, BC, Canada: University of Victoria. 35 minutes.
- Discussion Starter Vignettes 2: Learning and Teaching Centre (producer). (1995). Critical incidents II: Close encounters of the academic kind [videotape]. Victoria, BC, Canada: University of Victoria.
- Teaching Dossier: Richardson, S. (speaker) (1994). “What kind of teacher are you?” [videotape]. Ames, IA: Iowa State University. 14 minutes.
The CITL staff has collected hundreds of the best articles on teaching and learning that are organized for our use in consultations. If you have a particular issue that you are researching, contact CITL and a consultant can help you identify the right articles for you.