The following resources are categorized by the Six Principles of University Teaching.
Compiled by Kay Sagmiller (2014) these principles underlie effective teaching practices and are distilled from research across a variety of disciplines.
Housed in the Integrated Learning Resource Center (ILRC) on the 4th floor of LInC you will find a collection of books, journals, and resources that span various teaching and learning topics. Feel free to stop by anytime to access these resources as well as CTL and Academic Technology faculty and staff to support your needs.
Complied by Kay Sagmiller (2014) these principles underlie effective teaching practices and are distilled from research across a variety of disciplines. Download your copy here!
Valued: Hi Kay – this is fantastic – thank you for sending it!!... And thank you for being such an amazing source of wisdom and expertise on the craft of teaching! I deeply value and appreciate the work you and your staff do. Have a great Spring kick-off! Hope to see you often!
~ Julie Graves, Human Development & Family
Evidence Based: I just wanted to let you know I appreciate this information. It’s nice to see some great, evidence-based recommendations for first day and teaching! Thanks for all you do!
~ Bridget Hatfield, College of Public Health and Human Sciences