The Learning, Teaching & Innovative Technologies Center
maintains a special collection of books, journals, media,
newsletters, and other materials related to both the practice and
scholarship of teaching and learning as well as professional
development. Starting this year, the fall of 2009, we will
also make available all materials associated with our workshops and
events such as workshop presentations, handouts, articles, etc.
You can now browse our collection online. We have catalogued
our materials in an online database called
LibraryThing, a library-quality catalog now
used by many university teaching centers. There you'll be
able to view and search the collection, read comments, access
reviews, and, if you join, even interact with other readers.
As always, the center welcomes recommendations for our library.
To borrow materials, email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org with your
requests. You can either pick them up at our temporary
location or ask us to interoffice mail them to you.
By joining LibraryThing, you'll be able to activate its
interactive options -- create or participate in reader communities,
write reviews and comments, etc.
There is no cost to join and it is very quick & simple
If you wish to to join as a member of the LT&ITC Library, do
1. In "join now" fill in a user name and password of your
2. Once logged in, choose the "Search" tab at the top of the
3. In the "Members & Locations" box, enter LTITC (all caps) and
4. One result will appear -- click the link to go to the LT&ITC
library Profile page.
5. Now click on "see library" to view/search the entire
collection...or click on any tag to see titles on a specific topic.
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