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CLT Library

All CLT Library assets are available for loan. Academic staff and graduate students/teaching assistants are welcome Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm to browse and borrow.

LibGuide

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Resources Guide

This guide is a collection of resources related to teaching and learning the higher education. All of the resources in this guide are available to faculty and students at Dalhousie University, and many are completely open access. Most of the print resources listed on this guide are available in the Centre for Learning & Teaching book collection, which is located on the first floor of the Killam Library.

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Resource Guide

This guide includes publications (books, journals, articles) and other resources related to the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). 

Focus

CLT’s newsletter FOCUS on University Teaching and Learning is published three times per year. Each newsletter is thematically focused, and features articles contributed by Dalhousie colleagues. FOCUS is available both in print and online.

Course Syllabus

Teaching Dossier

External

Journals

Dalhousie subscribes to several online journals that focus on teaching and learning in higher education.

University Affairs

University Affairs is the most trusted source of news, information and opinion about higher education in Canada. The magazine is available at no charge for all faculty, staff and graduate students – provided it is mailed to a university campus address.

Teaching Innovation Projects (TIPS) Journal

TIPS is an open-access journal that publishes articles describing the scholarly and pedagogical foundations for workshops about a variety of timely educational topics and include a comprehensive list of learning outcomes, an annotated review of relevant literature, and a detailed breakdown of potential learning activities among other elements.

Teaching Tools: Solve a Teaching Problem. 

Centre for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University

Dalhousie’s Social Media Guidelines

Social Media Guidelines for Learning & Teaching and Researchers

Educational Development Centres