and Teaching: Teaching via Computer. April 1995.
as a Writing Tool by John Alexander, Manager, Instructional Technology
and Rachel Saury, Director, Arts & Science Center for Instructional
Technology. Spring 2001.
PowerPoint, Adapted from Teaching Technology Made Easy:
How to Effectively Use PowerPoint Without Giving It All Away, Rachel
Saury, ASCIT, 2004.
Feedback at Work by Kevin J. Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Computer
Science. Spring 1998.
Electronic Text Center and Online Archive of Electronic Texts by
David Seaman, Alderman Library, University of Virginia. November 1993.
in the Language Course by Vanessa Karahalios. November 1994.
- Encouraging Scholarly Practice for Web-Savvy Students by Deandra Little, TRC Faculty Consultant, English.
Web Pages for Use in Research, compiled by Michael Palmer, Faculty
Consultant, Teaching Resource Center. Spring 2004.
Forum Showcases University Teaching Initiative by Bill McAllister,
Faculty Consultant, TRC and Department of History. Spring 1999.
Website Group Projects in Arts and Humanities Classes by Christopher
P. Loss, Department of History and School of Education. Fall 2002.
- In Focus: An Interview with Michael Wesch. Fall 2009.
TAKE: Instructive Criticism by Dustin Kidd, TRC Graduate Student
Associate and Department of Sociology. Spring 2003.
from the Electronic Suggestion Box: Experiences Using Anonymous Feedback
In Teaching by Kirk Martini, Assistant Professor, Architecture and
Civil Engineering. Spring 1998.
E-mail Outside of Class to Enhance Discussions by Marva A. Barnett,
Department of French and Teaching Resource Center.
Should They Be Used? by Laura Ramos, 2nd year, CLAS 1999. Spring
Upon a Time in ENWR: The World-Wide Web as a Publication Medium for
by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, TA, Department of English. Fall 1996.
Writing By E-mail: Connecting Classmates, Texts, Instructors by
Jahan Ramazani, Department of English. September 1994.
in the Classroom of the '90's by Jann Lacoss, Coordinator, TRC and
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Spring 1997.
Teaching Initiative Funds Thirty-nine Proposals. Fall 1998.