Teaching Resources available

Explore a collection of trending teaching articles, data and library research tools and a list of teaching and learning conferences below.


Below are a list of useful teaching guides and research tools on the web.

  1. NYU Research and Data – Support
  2. Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) – Online digital library
  3. Access to digital course materials – University of Texas
  4. NEW Faculty Focus Report – Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom
  5. The 2017 Digital Learning Compass – Babson Report
  6. The IDEALIS – An Online, Scholarly Communication Research database
  7. University of Central Florida (UCF) – “101 Interactive Techniques” list of teaching techniques
  8. BluFord Library – Evaluating Web Resources
  9. Proton – A web resource promoting critical thinking, education
  10. PEW Research Center – Technology Adoption Report
  11. University of Central Florida (UCF) – Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository


Throughout the year, NYUSPS teaching faculty may participate in various teaching and learning conferences. We have listed a few here from across the country.

  1. OLC (Online Learning Consortium) – Enhancing Online Education: https://onlinelearningconsortium.org
  2. UPCEA (University Professional and Continuing Education Association): http://www.upcea.edu/
  3. ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education): http://www.iste.org/welcome.aspx
  4. NJEDGE (New Jersey Research & Education Network): http://njedge.net/
  5. EDL (Emerging Learning Design): http://eld.montclair.edu/
  6. AERA (American Educational Research Association): http://www.aera.net
  7. SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education): http://site.aace.org
  8. ICLS (The International Conference of the Learning Sciences): http://www.isls.org/icls.html
  9. The Online Learning Consortium (formally: The Sloan Consortium): Online Learning Consortium
  10. AECT (Association for Educational Communications and Technology): http://aect.site-ym.com
  11. EDUCAUSE: http://www.educause.edu
  12. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI): http://www.educause.edu/eli
  13. NMC (New Media Consortium): http://www.nmc.org
  14. AACE (Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education): http://www.aace.org
  15. USDLA (United States Distance Learning Association): http://www.usdla.org
  16. AAEEBL (Association of Authentic, Experimental and Evidence-Based Learning): http://www.aaeebl.org/



Below are useful teaching articles that may align with current news and trends.

  1. Chronicle Vitae, The Distracted Classroom: Is It Getting Worse?, (2017). J.M. Lang
  2. Chronicle Vitae, Revising How We Teach Revision Skills, (2017). D. Gooblar
  3. Ed Surge, Why U. of Michigan’s President Says Universities Should Work to Transform Teaching, (2017).  J.R. Young
  4. Faculty Focus, Let’s Practice What We Teach: Flipping Faculty Development, (2017). B. Honeycutt
  5. Standord Teaching Commons, How to Get Students to Talk in Class, (2017).
  6. Wiley, My Millennials, My Self: 8 Things I’ve Learned From Teaching Millennials, (2017) D. Rubin
  7. Faculty Focus, Teaching Students How to Manage Feedback, (2016). K. S. LeVan & M. E. King
  8. Faculty Focus, Transforming Midterm Evaluations into a Metacognitive Pause, (2016) G. Parrish
  9. Faculty Focus, Teaching Critical Thinking: Some Practical Points, (2016) L. B. Nilson
  10. The Chronicle, Higher Education Has Lost Control of Its Own Narrative, (2016) D. Seymour
  11. Faculty Focus, Plagiarism vs. Originality: Why I [heart] Melania Trump, (2016) D. Rubin
  12. Magna Publications, Supporting Learning Outcomes, (2016)
  13. Faculty Focus, Flipping Large Classes: Three Strategies to Engage Students, (2016) B. Honeycutt
  14. The Chronicle, As High-Tech Teaching Catches On, Students With Disabilities Can Be Left Behind, (2015) C. Fabris
  15. Online Learning Insights, How-to Make Group Work Collaborative In Online Courses: Four Strategies, (2014) D. Morrison
  16. Faculty Focus, Assessing Assessment: Five Keys to Success, (2013), V. Kelly
  17. SWAN, What the Research Tells Us, Swan, K. (2003). Learning effectiveness: what the research tells us. J. Bourne & J. C. Moore (Eds) Elements of Quality Online Education, Practice and Direction. Needham, MA: Sloan Center for Online Education, 13-45.