Blog Feature Archives: Teaching Tips

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Teaching Tips | January 17, 2019

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Open Educational Resources at Hunter Libraries

Finding Open Educational Resources (textbooks, courseware, and ancillary materials which can be freely used, reused, and remixed) can be a daunting task. Adding to this frustration is the fact that OERs are as diverse as the disciplines which seek to employ them. There is no “one size fits all” OER. Enter the Hunter Library’s OER office and our showcase OER repository Open Educational Resources (OER): A Libguide. Though digital pedagogy, digital tools, and OER materials represent a paradigm shift in the way education is provided, the library continues to be the faculty’s guide to available resources and information technologies.
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Teaching Tips | December 8, 2016

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Teaching fails

During an ACERT Lunchtime Seminar, Laura W. Kane and Sarah Ruth Jacobs introduced the aims and editorial guidelines of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, which is a collaborative effort between 23 faculty members, graduate students, and academic staff at CUNY and other institutions.
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Teaching Tips | November 3, 2016

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Coffee & Pedagogy on First Fridays: Developing a discussion group focused on teaching in the library

You might not know this, but librarians at Hunter do a good bit of teaching. We manage hundreds of invited class sessions every semester as well as many sections of a semester long credit-bearing research course. We teach first year students and doctoral students and everything in between. We care about teaching well and we want to get better at doing it. One thing we do to improve our teaching is set aside a dedicated time each month to get together with colleagues in our department and talk about it.
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Teaching Tips | February 8, 2016

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How to identify and intervene with distressed students

As educators on a college campus, you’re likely to face situations in which a student’s behavior and/or emotional well-being become cause for concern. It’s helpful to discuss situations that you’ve faced or may encounter in the future, and our February 11 workshop, How to identify and intervene with distressed students, will provide you with that opportunity.
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