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New Teaching Resources Website

May 14, 2009 | 1 Minute Read

What is the oldest profession in the world? Teaching, of course! But as old and venerable as it is, the field is always challenging and indeed ever changing.

This is why the JHSPH Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology has established a Teaching Resources website: to provide faculty, teaching assistants, staff and visitors with timely information about teaching and learning in the Bloomberg School of Public Health and in higher education in general.

Managed by the CTLT instructional design team, the website includes a plethora of documents and web links that cover face-to-faceĀ and online teaching. Categories and subcategories include --

Designing your Course

  • Creating Course Objectives
  • Planning your Syllabus
  • Facilitating Learning
  • Navigating Copyright and Intellectual Property
  • Developing Lectures

Managing your Course

  • Encouraging Participation
  • Providing Feedback
  • Grading and Assessing
  • Course Evaluations
  • Academic Ethics
  • ISIS - Student Information System

Teaching with Technology

  • On-campus
  • Distance
  • Tech Help Documents

Additional Resources

  • Journals
  • Organizations, Conferences, Workshops
  • Free eBooks & Handouts
  • Images, Video, & Multimedia Libraries

The CTLT Teaching Resources site is open to the General public. Please visit often and share this link: http://ctlt.jhsph.edu/resources/