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Finding and Using Faculty Development Resources. Dr. Ray Purdom University of North Carolina at Greensboro Andrea Eastman-Mullins Alexander Street Press August 10, 2006. Finding “Tools”. Taxonomy vs. Folksonomy. Taxonomy vs. Folksonomy. Faculty Development Vocabularies.

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finding and using faculty development resources

Finding and Using Faculty Development Resources

Dr. Ray Purdom

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Andrea Eastman-Mullins

Alexander Street Press

August 10, 2006

faculty development vocabularies
Faculty Development Vocabularies

Real-life projects:

  • Educause (http://www.educause.edu)
  • MERLOT (http://www.merlot.org)
  • Pod Network/National Teaching and Learning Forum site(http://www.ntlf.com/pod/resourcesonteaching.htm)
  • UNC Professional Development Portal (http://pdp.unctlt.org)
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Libraries

http://conference.unctlt.org/proposals/topics.htm

  • UNC Compendium of TLT Training (http://www.unctlt.org/training)
  • Alexander Street Press’ Women and Social Movements (http://scholar.alexanderstreet.com)
next step
Next Step?

Controlled subject vocabulary

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Folksonomy

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“Collabulary”

questions
Questions?

Dr. Ray Purdom

[email protected]

Andrea Eastman-Mullins

[email protected]

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