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Resources for Faculty Development: Articles

Teaching Methods

Abdelrahman A., AbdelAlmuniem, A & Almabhouh, A. (2016). The current use of Web 2.0 tools in university teaching from the perspective of faculty members at the college of education. International Journal Of Instruction 9(1),179-194.

Ørngreen, R. ,Levinsen, K. (2017). Workshops as a Research Methodology. Electronic Journal of E-Learning, 15(1), 70-81. EBSCOhost 

Integrating Web Content into the Classroom

Yamauchi, M. (2019). Integrating Internet technology into the EFL classroom: A case study. International Journal of Pedagogies & Learning, 5(2),3-19.

Student Assessment

Ewell, Peter T. (2012). A World Of Assessment: OECD's AHELO Initiative. Change, 44 (5), 35-42. Teacher Reference Center.

Hernández, R. (2012). Does continuous assessment in higher education support student learning?. Higher Education, 64(4), 489–502. 

PETRE, A. (2017). The Impact of alternative assessment strategies on students. Proceedings of the Scientific Conference AFASES, vol. 2, 02 May 2017, pp. 157-160. EBSCOhost,

WONG, J. K. W., et al. (2016). Assessment of e-learning in construction measurement course. Proceedings Of The Multidisciplinary Academic Conference, pp. 114-120.


Scott, B., Baskin, J. (2014). Recognizing Student Fear: The Elephant in the Classroom. College Teaching,  62(1), 32-41. EBSCOhost.

Liberal Arts

Baker, V., Baldwin, R. (2015). A case study of Liberal Arts colleges in the 21St century: Understanding organizational change and evolution in higher education. Innovative Higher Education, 40(3), 247-261.

Bjork, C., Abrams, A., Hutchinson, L. S., & Kyrkjebo, N. I. (2020). “Don’t Change Yourselves”: International Students’ Concepts of Belonging at a Liberal Arts College. Journal of International Students10(3), 553–570.

Koenig, Cindy.  (2017). A Civic-Rich Framework for Liberal Education. Association of American Colleges & Universities. 19(4).

Robbins, Rich. "AAAC&U's Integrative Liberal Learning And The CAS Standards: Advising For A 21St Century Liberal Education." NACADA Journal 34.2 (2014): 26-31. ERIC. Web. 13 Oct. 2016.



Online Teaching

Abishova,  G., Bostanova, A. & Isaev, A., Erimova, A., Salybekova, N. Serzhanova, A, Adiyeva, P.  (2014).Teaching practice using interactive methods at the higher educational establishments. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 143, 630-633.

Hofer, S. I., Nistor, N., & Scheibenzuber, C. (2021). Online teaching and learning in higher education: Lessons learned in crisis situations. Computers in Human Behavior, 121, 106789. 

Gómez-Rey, P., Fernández-Navarro, F., Barbera, E., & Carbonero-Ruz, M. (2018). Understanding student evaluations of teaching in online learning. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 43 (8), 1272–1285.

Mahmood, S. (2021). Instructional strategies for online teaching in COVIDÔÇÉ19 pandemic. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 3(1), 199-203.

Mishra,L. & Rupta,T., Shree A.(2020). Online teaching-learning in higher education during lockdown period of COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Educational Research Open, (1).

Peimani, N., & Kamalipour, H. (2021). Online education and the covid-19 outbreak: A case study of online teaching during lockdown. Education Sciences, 11(2), 72.

Yakovleva, N., Yakovlev, E. (2014). Interactive teaching methods in contemporary higher education. Pacific Science Review, 16 (2), 75-80.


Stansberry, S. L., Kymes, A. .(2007). Transformative Learning through ‘Teaching With Technology’ Electronic Portfolios.” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy. 50 (6),488–496. .

Eynon, Bret, et al. "Completion, Quality, and Change: The Difference E-Portfolios Make." Peer Review, vol. 16, no. 1, Winter2014, pp. 1-11. EBSCOhost,

Digital Humanities

Basili, C., Biorci, G.& Emina, A.. (2017). Digital Humanities and Society: an impact requiring ‘intermediation’. Umanistica Digitale, (1).

Luhmann, J., & Burghardt, M. (2021). Digital humanities—A discipline in its own right? An analysis of the role and position of digital humanities in the academic landscape. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology