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Michigan State University has reviewed hundreds of instructional resources on the Web and selected particularly useful sites to create this comprehensive Online Instructional Resources website.The teaching and learning resources are annotated and organized into 23 major categories each containing subcategories for a total of 172...
Michigan State University has reviewed hundreds of instructional resources on the Web and selected particularly useful sites to create this comprehensive Online Instructional Resources website.
The teaching and learning resources are annotated and organized into 23 major categories each containing subcategories for a total of 172 subcategories across the site. Each subcategory includes an introduction which explains its structure and/or characterizes its content.
The site contains three general sections: Teaching and Learning Resources, Resources for Teaching in the Disciplines, and Resources for Teaching MSU's Liberal Learning Goals.
Teaching and Learning Resources is largest part of the site, with Teaching Methods having 37 subcategories ranging from First Day of Class to Flipped Classroom.
Teaching in the Disciplines is a new resource that is designed to complement the general and cross-disciplinary resources in the rest of the Online Instructional Resources website. Most of the subcategories are science disciplines; however, the humanities are also represented.
Teaching to the Competencies is also a new resource that is designed to support MSU's Liberal Learning Goals and Outcomes as well as provide additional resources focused on competency-based education.
The website is under active construction. It may take a year or more to provide resources on all the disciplines represented in our University. If you have a request for information about a topic not included here, or if you have a suggestion for a link that we should consider including, please email us at email@example.com. We are checking these links and adding updated resources every semester. We welcome your input and feedback.