Online Resources for Faculty
The Scholar As Teacher
A Tip-Sheet Series from McGraw
The McGraw Center publishes a series of teaching tips for instructors throughout the academic year. This series addresses perennial teaching concerns, such as how to engage a large lecture class and what to do when class discussion stalls, as well as tips on advising independent work and mentoring graduate students.
Video Lecture Gallery
For Online Teaching
Below are examples of a range of styles for recording lectures to consider if you are creating online components for your course. These lecture formats can be recorded on a computer, in the classroom, or in a studio and some of these formats can be combined within a single recorded lecture. Contact the McGraw Center for further guidance and resources for class-related recordings. See here for our resources for online teaching projects.
Classroom and Screen Capture Lectures
- Lecture in Class with Chalkboard
- Lecture with Chalkboard and Presentation Slides
- Interview in Classroom
- Lecture Using Screen Capture with Presentation
- Lecture Using Screen Capture with Annotation Tablet
In Studio Lectures and Discussions
Essays on Teaching Excellence
Essays on Teaching Excellence is an annual series of short scholarly essays on teaching concerns from avoiding student plagiarism to teaching methods of inquiry.
Written in concise and non-technical language and supported by current research, the essays on Teaching Excellence will assist instructors to reflect upon and refine their practice of teaching to achieve the results they seek — students learning to the best of their abilities.”
- Browse the Essays on Teaching Excellence