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Faculty Resource Center Online

In addition to the materials shared during the quarterly faculty meetings and in-service training, you can find many links here to enhance the teaching and learning experience in your classroom.

If there is a link that you think should be here, please contact Academic Dean Melisa Bent-Hamilton melisa.hamilton@myicci.com to update this page!

 

Help with Populi

Click here to access your faculty Populi account.

Click here for some how-to videos on Populi

Click here for some FAQ about getting started with Populi.

Read here about all the things you can do on Populi

 

APA Style Resources

Purdue Owl APA Style Center

APA Style Quick Reference Guide

 

Assessment of Student Learning

National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment

Internet Resources for Higher Education Outcomes Assessment

Examples of Direct Assessment Methods from Cleveland State University

Examples of Direct Assessment Methods from Anoka-Ramsey Community College

Examples of Direct and Indirect Assessment from DePaul University

 

Online Teaching and Learning

Journal of Online Teaching and Learning

Distance-Educator.com

Quality Matters Rubic for Online and Hybrid Courses

Online Assessment Techniques

 

Plagiarism

Click here to access the Turnit In plagiarism checker

 

Professional Development Courses Online (free)

Click here to see the free EdX for professional development courses

 

Rubrics

Association of American Colleges and Universities Rubrics

Rubistar

 

 Scholarship of Teaching

The Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

 

Teaching with Technology

Want to record a presentation from your computer and send to your students? Click here and try this free tool: Screen Cast O’Matic

Use your iPad to record and send your students your lectures for free! Click here to learn about Educreations!

Record a lecture from your screen and send to your students using Screenr

Record a PowerPoint Presentation and send to your students. Click here to find out how.

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