IN THIS SECTION
- The "Change-Up" in Lectures, Joan Middendorf & Alan Kalish, Teaching Resources Center, Indiana University. How to alter the lecture structure to deal with the limited attention span of the average student.
- Effective Lecturing, IDEA Paper #46, The Idea Center.
- Getting Active in the Large Lecture - Juan Carlos Huerta, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Good strategies on pages 4-6.
- Teaching Large, Division of Instructional Innovation and Assessment, UT Austin.
- Active Lecturing: The Potential of PowerPoint, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Minnesota. How to utilize PowerPoint within the context of the typical lecture.
- Effective Lecture Techniques, Teaching Commons, DePaul University. Both strategies and resources that can be useful for the average professor.
- Eight Hot Tips for Lively Lectures, Barbara Wood, UIC College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Taken from studies and research into the communication style of successful teachers.
- Preparing a Lecture, Yale Teaching Center. How to limit a lecture down and best way to structure them. Numerous links as well.
- Student Complaints about Lectures, Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California Berkeley.
- Teaching with Lectures, The Teaching Center, Washington University in St. Louis.
- Teaching with Enthusiasm, Kristen Larson, Ph.D., Western Washington University.
- Best Practices in Lecture Capture, Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology.
- Engaging Lecture Capture: Lights, Camera... Interaction!, Margaret Martyn, Educause.
- Lecture Capture Tips, Information Technology, University of Kansas.
- Record Your Presentation with Camtasia Relay, ATUS, Western Washington University. Explanation of what it is, and step-by-step instructions.
- Lecture Capture: Student Opinion and Implementation Strategies, The Center for Teaching and Learning, UNC Charlotte.
See also: Lecturing without Tiring or Losing Your Voice, a recorded workshop by Rich Brown.