Teaching and Learning Resources
Educators know better than anyone that learning is an ongoing process. Explore the resources we have compiled to help you strengthen your repertoire.
Resources for New Faculty Accordion Closed
Congratulations on becoming a new member of the NAU community of scholars. The next New Faculty Orientation will be August 18, 2020.
Productive Beginnings: Resources for Your First Year Accordion Closed
This monthly series is designed to assist new faculty throughout the first year at NAU. This series is designed for faculty members new to teaching at NAU. Topics vary each month. This series is open only to the current new full-time faculty cohort and is by invitation only.
This series meets the second Friday of each month from 1:30 – 2:30 pm in Cline Library Room 169, the Teaching Commons and remotely via ZOOM. (https://zoom.us/my/naufacdev)
*This series is open only to the 2019/20 new full-time faculty cohort, by invitation only.
Fall 2019 Sessions: 9/13/, 10/11, 11/8, 12/6
Spring 2020 Sessions: 1/17, 2/14, 3/13 & 4/10
Consultation Accordion Closed
Visit the Consultations on Teaching and Scholarship page to fill out a consultation form.
Online Webinar Access Accordion Closed
Subscribe to the weekly Monday Morning Mentor, a 20-minute teaching and learning webinar that goes to your inbox. Topics include classroom management, grading and feedback, course design, student engagement, online course management, technology in online courses and many other topics. Subscribe to the Monday Morning Mentor.
NAU has purchased the 20 Minute Mentor Commons on-demand versions of Magna’s popular 20-Minute Mentor programs, covering a broad range of faculty development topics. Sign up today and help energize your higher education career. For directions, self enroll into our BB Learn shell and go to the Mentor Commons in the content menu.
We also offer a library of teaching and learning webinars under NAU Media Space.
Teaching Professor Journal Access Accordion Closed
Edited by respected scholar and expert Dr. Maryellen Weimer of Penn State Berks, The Teaching Professor is a forum for discussion of the best strategies supported by the latest research for effective teaching in the college classroom. For directions, self enroll into our BB Learn shell and go to the Teaching Professor Journal Access in the content menu.
Faculty Tools Accordion Closed
Visit this page for information on the tools and resources faculty use.
ACUE Fellows Accordion Closed
ACUE Association of College and University Educators’ Course on Effective Teaching Practices. This course, endorsed by the American Council on Education, offers professional learning for faculty in research-based techniques shown to help students succeed. Cohort model August – May each year. By application only.
NAU partners with ACUE to improve student success through instructional excellence. Learn more about ACUE.
e-Learning Center Accordion Closed
The new e-Learning Center (ELC) assists faculty in the effective use of technologies to enhance teaching and learning. Visit this page for information more information on e-Learning and their tools.
Persistence Scholars Accordion Closed
The Persistence Scholars Program is a unique, Northern Arizona University-specific faculty development experience that runs each semester. To learn more about the program.
Blogs, Podcasts, and Vlogs Accordion Closed
There are a variety of blogs, podcasts, and vlogs available that offer resources on teaching and learning in higher education. Explore the resources.
Journals and Publications Accordion Closed
A wealth of high-quality publications on pedagogy and issues in higher education are available at no charge to Northern Arizona University faculty and staff. Explore these journals and publications.
Lending Library Accordion Closed
We have many books pertaining to college teaching and faculty development available for loan.