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About this guide

The resources in this guide were selected by University of Toledo Librarians in consultation with the University Teaching Center.  See the other tabs for more detailed book, article, and resources suggestions on specific topics within the scholarship of teaching and learning. 

This page covers general recommendations for resources that cover many areas of the broad research discipline of teaching and learning.

Recent Articles on the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning

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Journals on Teaching & Learning in Higher Education

These journals have been selected from the University of Toledo Libraries' subscriptions as being current and relevant to the scholarship of teaching and learning at the post-secondary level.  When possible, links are given to the electronic version of the journal. Some journals may have full text delays or embargoes. Most of our journals have more than one point of electronic access, though the years of coverage may vary, so choose appropriately. Previous print issues may also be available for some titles.

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General Websites of Note


The Teaching Professor Blog

Multiple articles per week about college teaching from assignment design, classroom management, analysis of research articles, and more.  Use Topic dropdown at top to filter by broad category.

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Teach Better Blog

A general teaching blog (and podcast) by Doug McKee at Cornell. Index of blog by strategy, elements of teaching/learning, etc. is available to find specific topical posts.

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The Chronicle of Higher Education : Teaching

Considered by many to be the newspaper of higher education, the CHE features many articles on college teaching.  (Full access available to UToledo on campus).

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ProfHacker Blog

Formerly hosted by the Chronicle of Higher Education, now an independent blog with a technology focus.

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Podcasts can be a great medium for aural learners (who learn by hearing), as well as a great way to sneak in some professional listening on your commute.  They often feature interviews with educators, so are great if you like peoples' stories and learning about how they think about education.