- Being an Ally: A Workshop on Providing a More Inclusive Campus Environment for LGBTIQQ Students (Spring 2011)
- Beyond Memorization: Helping Freshmen Learn (Sep. 2014)
Crash Course for Faculty Teaching Freshmen (Fall 2010)
Dealing with D, U, and F Grades at the Learning Centered University: resources from the Spring 2010 CIELO Event (Spring 2010)
DIGLA: Taking Your Class Out to Learn in Los Angeles (Spring 2009)
Freshman Convocation videos (2007-2014)
Garbology by Edward Humes: resources for faculty and staff (AY 2013-2014)
Handling Disruption and Distress in the (Freshman) Classroom (Dec. 2008; resource links updated spring 2011)
Help! My Freshmen Are Out of Control! (Spring 2008)
Helping Students Read Difficult Texts (Spring 2012)
Mindset, Strengths, and Hope (Summer 2013)
Reflections on the Teaching of Freshmen (Fall 2008)
Six Keys to Creating Effective Group Assignments and Team Projects (Wendy Yost, Faculty Development, 2011)
The Soloist by Steve Lopez: resources for faculty and staff (AY 2009-2010)
Stretch Composition: CSUN's New Freshman Writing Courses, or, "Stretch for the Rest of Us." Overview and primer for non-writing faculty. (Spring 2012)
Teaching First Generation Students: Understanding and Supporting the Learning Process for First Generation College Students at CSUN. (Spring 2009)
Teaching Unprepared Students: Strategies for Promoting Success and Retention in Higher Education by Kathleen F. Gabriel: faculty book group resources (2009).
"Thriving in Academe": The View from CSUN. Series. Topics: "Teach as You Learn: Teaching By the Seat of Your Pants," "Do-It-Yourself Rubrics," "Multiple Mentors," and "Back to Basics: Didn't They Learn That in High School?"
Time Management and Student Engagement (Fall 2012)
Tomorrow's Professor: this blog offers "Desk-Top Faculty Development, One Hundred Times A Year." It is sponsored by the Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning.
The Toolbox: A Teaching and Learning Resource for Faculty: "The Toolbox is an online professional development newsletter offering innovative learner-centered strategies for empowering college students to achieve greater success. The newsletter is published six times a year, and the online subscription is free." Recent issues have included topics such as "Organizing Teaching to Promote Learning," "Web-Based Assignment Venues," "If You Are Here, Raise Your Hand: The Attendance Dilemma," and "Going Retro--Teaching Techless" (among others).
The Visual Syllabus: includes handouts, tips, and resources to help you communicate and organize course content and requirements by using a splash of color, a series of images, and other mainstays of the visual vocabulary. (Jan. 2013)
- When Students Don't Do the Reading, What Can You Do? Resource list of suggestions and recommended readings.