TLC Library

The TLC (Smith 212) houses a growing library of books, journals, and videos related to the art of college teaching. To check out materials, contact stephanie.liu@pomona.edu, TLC Assistant. Please use the comment form to comment on or recommend any of the materials we have, and/or recommend new items we should acquire.

Here are just some of the titles available:

  • Guide to Assessment
  • Teaching Tips – ¬†Innovations in Undergraduate Science Instruction
  • Handbook of College Science Teaching
  • The Cultural Politics of Emotion
  • Just-In-Time Teaching: Blending Active Learning with Web Technology
  • Black Girlhood Celebration – Toward a Hip-Hop Feminist Pedagogy
  • Teaching to Trangress – ¬†Education as the Practice of Freedom
  • Start with a Story – The Case Study Method of Teaching College Science
  • Developing a Moral Compass: What is the Campus Climate for Ethics and Academic Integrity
  • Landmark Essays on Writing
  • Teaching Undergraduate Economics – A handbook for Instructors
  • Reading Diversity and Social Justice – An Anthology
  • High – Impact Educational Practices – Whtat they are, Who has Access to Them, and Why they Matter
  • Assessing Outcomes and Improving Achievement – Tips and Tools for Using Rubrics
  • Assessment Clear and Simple – A Practical Guide, Second Edition
  • Chicana/Latina Education in Everyday Life – Feminista Perspectives on Pedagogy and Epistemology
  • Teaching Economics to Undergraduates – Alternatives to Chalk and Talk
  • Teaching Economics – More Alternatives to Chalk and Talk
  • Gender Identity, Equity, and Violence – Multidisciplinary Perspectives Through Service Learning
  • Teaching Alone, Teaching Together- Transforming The Structure of Teams for Teaching
  • The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science
  • The Craft of Scientific Communication
  • Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society
  • Classroom Assessment Techniques – A Handbook for College Teachers, Second Edition
  • Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts – Charting the Future of Teaching the Past
  • Developing Outcomes-based Assessment for Learner-centered Education – A Faculty Introduction
  • How to Write a BA Thesis – A Practical Guide from Your First Ideas to Your Finished Paper
  • The Craft of Research – Third Edition
  • The Chicago Guide to Writing About Numbers – The Effective Presentation of Quantitative Information
  • Comparative Cultural Studies and Latin America
  • Cultural Studies in the Curriculum: Teaching Latin America
  • Teaching Introductory Physics
  • Discussion As A Way Of Teaching – Tools and Techniques For Democratic Classrooms – Second Edition
  • They’re Not Dumb, They’re Different – Stalking the Second Tier
  • Our Underachieving Colleges – A Candid Look at How Much Students Learn and Why They Should Be Learning More
  • The Elements of Teaching Writing – A Resource for Instructors in All Disciplines
  • Engaging Ideas – The Professor’s Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom
  • Building Two-Way Streets – Gender, Science, and the Undergraduate Curriculum
  • Diversity, Democracy, and Higher Education – A View From Three Nations
  • Learning For The Common Good – Liberal Educatio, Civic Education, and Teaching About Philanthropy
  • Good Teaching – What Is It and How Do We Measure It?
  • The Academy in Transition – Globalizing Knowledge – Connecting International & Intercultural Studies
  • Undergradudate Research – A Path to Engagement, Achievement, and Integration
  • Assessment Cycle of Improvement – Faculty Designs for Essential Learning Outcomes
  • Civic Engagement at the Center – Building Democracy Through Integrated Cocurricular and Curricular Experiences
  • The Art & Science of Assessing General Education Outcomes – A Practical Guide