on Teaching and Learning at the Campus Library
The following books were generously donated to the Campus Library by the Teaching and Learning Academy at Cascadia Community College. The Teaching and Learning Academy supports teaching at Cascadia through events and activities devoted to exploring educational practice and thought.
You may also view a list of these books in the UW Libraries Catalog. They are currently on the third floor of the Campus Library and can be located by the call numbers listed below.
Change, Available online and in print Change spotlights trends, provides new insights, and analyzes the implications of educational programs. Articles cover influential institutions and individuals, new teaching methods, curriculum, finances, governance, and public policy. Editorial content includes special departments, regular columnists, a wide-ranging book review section, and analytical features on current issues in higher education. Change is published six times a year with editorial leadership provided by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Chronicle of Higher Education, Available online and in print
The Chronicle of Higher Education is the No. 1 source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators.
College Teaching, Available online
Interdisciplinary articles on issues related to teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels; teaching philosophy and practices, teachers' roles, professional development and evaluation, incentives and commentary on articles in the journal.
New Directions in Teaching and Learning, Available online New Directions for Teaching and Learning continues to offer a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and on the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.
Journal of Authentic Learning, Available online
The Journal of Authentic Learning is an online research journal that provides a forum for dissemination of original ideas in research, practice, and theory of authentic learning and teaching in a wide variety of contexts. Authentic learning involves: real-world problems that engage learners in the work of professionals; inquiry activities that practice thinking skills and metacognition; discourse among a community of learners; and student empowerment through choice. Manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Authentic Learning should describe education research that addresses these components in some way.