Teaching Forum Resource Guide
University Libraries supports the Provost's efforts to encourage ways to improve teaching and enliven the classroom. This guide provides links to selected resources in the Libraries about relevant material for each of the topics covered in the different sessions of the spring 2014 forum. In addition, suggestions from members of our Southern Miss faculty will be presented.
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What is the USM Teaching Forum?
The Office of the Provost is sponsoring the Southern Miss Teaching Forum, a faculty led initiative for teachers by teachers. All instructors, faculty, and graduate students who are looking for fresh approaches to teaching are encouraged to attend. Teachers and pedagogical scholars will gather and discuss new ways to improve teaching and enliven the classroom.
Use the library catalog to find books, journals, and other resources available in any of the University Libraries--Cook Library, Gulf Coast Library, Gunter Library, and McCain Library and Archives.
The catalog offers the ability to limit a search by format, location, publication date, etc.
Teaching Forum Online Discussion
Join the Southern Miss Teaching Forum discussion on Google Groups.
It’s a place where faculty and graduate instructors can share ideas and resources about teaching.
Suggestions from the Southern Miss Teaching Community
Did you attend the Teaching Forum? If you'd like to recommend a related resource to your colleagues, please do so here.
Submit the URL along with a brief description of the resource and why you recommend it.