Web Resources

    Web Resources

    Evaluation of the National Science Foundation's Integrative GraduateEducation and Research Traineeship Program (IGERT): Follow-up study of IGERT graduates
    Abt Associates
    February 2011
    This report presents the findings from the IGERT Graduates Follow-up Study, which was designed to investigate the short-term professional outcomes of IGERT graduates and to assess whether IGERT- funded graduate students are prepared for successful STEM-related careers and have developed the requisite research, teaching, and leadership capacities.
    2013 Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning (PFF-ASL) Spring Institute
    Michigan State University Graduate School
    YouTube videos of presentations from the 2013 Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning (PFF-ASL) Spring Institute
    2013 Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning (PFF-ASL) Spring Institute (Clips)
    Michigan State University Graduate School
    YouTube videos of clips from the 2013 Preparing Future Faculty to Assess Student Learning (PFF-ASL) Spring Institute
    Adaptech Research Project
    Nguyen, M.N., et al.
    The Adaptech Research Network consists of a team of academics, students and consumers conducting research on the use of computer, information and adaptive technologies by Canadian college and university students with disabilities.
    Biology Transformed
    Michigan State University
    This site is designed to share Michigan State University's experiences, materials, and outcomes for an introductory, large-enrollment course in cellular and molecular biology, Cells and Molecules (Bio 1).
    Center for Teaching and Learning
    California State University, Sacramento
    The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to provide activities and services that help individuals, departments, and programs to identify and achieve their desired level of teaching excellence.
    Center for Teaching Excellence GET SET Program
    Cornell University
    On July 1, 2008, Cornell launched the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE). It encompasses three of the units of the former Center for Learning and Teaching: the International Teaching Assistant Program, the Teaching Assistant Program, and Faculty Program. The CTE emphasizes the importance of life-long learning for the development of outstanding teachers, including faculty members and teaching assistants.
    Center for Teaching Excellence Vimeo Page
    Cornell University
    Center for Teaching Excellence – Assessment Resources
    Cornell University
    The assessment of student learning looks at both creating effective evaluation schemes as well as providing effective feedback to students on their learning.
    CIRTL Resources
    Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning
    Variety of resources from the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning website.

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