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  • Course Evaluations

    Sample mid-term and end-of-term course evaluations and tips for conducting evaluations.
  • Designing a Syllabus

    Syllabus templates and tips on syllabus design.
  • Moodle Museum

    Here you will find a collection of courses that your colleagues have "donated" to the Museum for general viewing and appropriation. Continue reading to learn how to access the Moodle Museum.
  • Articles and Resources for New Faculty

    A collection of articles and resources useful for new faculty but also valuable to all faculty members.
  • Teaching Activities Collection

    A growing public collection of activities generated by Carleton faculty and staff.
  • Essays on Teaching and Learning

    A selection of essays published by the POD (Professional & Organizational Development Network in Higher Education). Essays cover a variety of topics in teaching and learning.
  • Interactive Writing Exercises

    Short exercises available for download that help guide students in revising prose.
  • Quantitative Literacy

    Links to college pages with information on developing quantitative literacy.
  • Academic Civic Engagement

    The Academic Civic Engagement site explores the relationship (through academics) between Carleton and its community.
  • Legal Issues

    Information on legal issues related to copyright infringement and research.
  • Past LTC Presentations

    Materials from past LTC presentations, arranged by topic.
  • Teaching Tips from Carleton Faculty

    Short pieces written by Carleton faculty, sharing teaching tips and tricks that have been successful in the classroom.