• Open Textbook Information Click on this link to access the WSU's libraries Open Textbook Library, which includes textbook guides as well as links to Open Educational Resources. Please contact Corinne Ebbs, M.Ed., M.L.S, the Head of the Education Resources Center if you have questions about the content.
  • The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation at the Carnegie Mellon University has information about how to design & teach a course, technology for education, accessing teaching & learning, teaching & learning principles, and how to solve a teaching problem.
  • Mathematical and Educational Quotation Server at Westfield State University (Collected by Julian Fleron, Mathematics). This is a searchable database compiled by Julian Fleron who describes it as follows: For ten years I have begun each of my classes with a quotation. It is my way of getting students thinking before we get started. Often the quote is mathematical in nature. But just as often it is about education, learning, life, etc.
  • New England Faculty Development Consortium (NEFDC): A consortium of individual and institutional members, from both private and public colleges and universities throughout New England and beyond. Each year they sponsor two conferences featuring workshops, networking opportunities, and a keynote presentation relevant to faculty and staff interested in teaching and learning.
  • New England Resources Center for Higher Education: The NERCHE is committed to collaborative change processes in higher education to address social justice in a diverse democracy. As a center for inquiry, research, and policy, NERCHE supports administrators, faculty, and staff across the region in becoming more effective practitioners and leaders as they navigate the complexities of institutional innovation and change.
  • POD Network: The Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education is devoted to improving teaching and learning in higher education. Founded in 1976, POD provides its members with personal and academic relationships that are essential for professional growth. Central to POD’s philosophy is lifelong, holistic, personal, and professional learning, growth, and change for the higher education community.
  • Teaching Resources. This course planning and management site contains links to materials on how humans learn, on writing the syllabus, critical thinking/learning styles, planning & teaching your course, teaching online, evaluation, plagiarism, writing across the curriculum, technology & teaching, and more.