CETL Library

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CETL is continuing to build a library of titles of interest to be used by faculty members and graduate students. If you would like to borrow any of the following books or videos, please contact Stacey Valliere, stacey.valliere@uconn.edu (860-486-2686), we are located in ROWE 331.

Books and videos are due back in 30 days.

 

To view our list of books please click here

 

VIDEOS:

Best Practices in Flipped Class Design, DVD 40 minutes
See how the flipped learning model can meet the challenges of today’s student body. This seminar gives you the knowledge about how flipped learning works in different disciplines and the conceptual tools for constructing a flipped classroom of your own.

Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at Risk, DVD 120 minutes
Veteran correspondent John Merrow takes viewers behind the scenes of American higher education to experience college through the eyes of students, professor, and college administrators. Set on four different college campuses across the country-a private liberal arts college, a major state university, a regional public university, and a community College- Declining by Degrees examines both the promis and the peril in higher education today.

Designing & Teaching a Course with a Critical Thinking Focus, DVD 60 minutes
Critical thinking is a skill that students in all disciplines must master. This seminar leads educators through the process of developing and teaching a discipline-based course that targets critical thinking skills and shows participants how to effectively encourage students to think for themselves.

How Can I Be an Effective Mentor?, DVD 20 minutes
Learn the essential principles to effectively advise and coach junior faculty while meeting all your other responsibilities.  This program will show you how to start your mentoring relationship off on the right foot and carry it through to a successful conclusion.

How Can I Best Learn from My Mentor?, DVD 20 minutes
It’s challenging to teaching, research, and citizenship responsibilities of higher education faculty.  This program shows you how to find and make the most of the help of a mentor.  Gain insights you can use to learn from others, avoid common pitfalls, and support your tenure review process.

How Do I Include Introverts in Class Discussions?, DVD 20 minutes
Introverted students can find themselves at a disadvantage in the contemporary college classroom. Learn effective teaching strategies to engage introverted students in class discussions and how to guide them beyond their comfort zones.

Is Your Syllabus Sending the Wring Message?, DVD 20 minutes
Your syllabus and classroom policies set the tone for your class, but they may not be creating a welcoming learning environment.  Learn tips designed to help you use classroom policies to support student engagement and a smooth-running classroom.