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Book Chapter by Paula Lackie19 December 2019
Dekker, H., & Lackie, P. (2016). Technical Data Skills for Reproducible Research. In Databrarianship: The Academic Data Librarian in Theory and Practice.. UC Berkeley. Retrieved from escholarship.org.
Book Chapter by Adam Putnam1 January 2016
Putnam, A. L., Nestojko, J. F., & Roediger, H. L. (2016). Improving student learning: Two strategies to make it stick. In J. C. Horvath, J. Lodge, & J. A. C. Hattie (Eds.), From the Laboratory to the Classroom: Translating the Science of Learning for Teachers (pp. 94-121). Oxford, U.K.: Routledge.
Book Chapter by Susan Jaret-McKinstry10 November 2015
Susan Jaret McKinstry, “Novel Portraits” in The Pocket Instructor: Literature, edited by Diana Fuss and William Gleason Princeton University Press, 2015.
Book Chapter by Neil Lutsky1 January 2014
N. Lutsky, The shifting currents of scholarship and teaching in the ecologies of academic careers. In J. N. Busler, B. C. Beins, & B. Buskist (Eds.), Preparing the new psychology professoriate: Helping graduate students become competent teachers, 2nd ed. Society for the Teaching of Psychology, 2014, pp. 18-22.
Book Chapter by Carol Rutz15 August 2013
Carol Rutz and Stephen Wilhoit, “What is Faculty Development?” in A Rhetoric for Writing Program Administrators, Rita Malenczyk, ed., Anderson, S.C., Parlor Press, 2013.
Book Chapter by Sarah Titus25 April 2012
Liben, L.S., and Titus, S.J., 2012, The Importance of Spatial Thinking for Geoscience Education: Insights from the Crossroads of Geoscience and Cognitive Science, in Kastens, K.A., and Manduca, C.A., Earth and Mind II: A Synthesis of Research on Teaching and Learning in Geoscience Education, Geological Society of America Special Publication 486, pp. 51-70.
Book Chapter by Adam Putnam31 December 2011
Roediger, H. L., Putnam, A. L., & Smith, M. A. (2011). Ten benefits of testing and their applications to educational practice. In J. Mestre & B. Ross (Eds.), Psychology of learning and motivation: Advances in theory and research (pp. 1-36). Oxford: Elsevier.
Book Chapter by Neil Lutsky12 January 2010
N. Lutsky, Teaching psychology’s endings: The simple gifts of a reflective close. In D. Dunn, B. Beins, M. McCarthy, & G. W. Hill (Eds.), Best practices for beginnings and endings in the psychology major. Oxford University Press, 2010.
Book Chapter by Susan Jaret-McKinstry1 July 2007
Susan Jaret McKinstry, “Taking Our Eyes Out of Our Pockets,” The Journal of William Morris Studies , Vol. XVII No. 2 (Summer,’07);
Book Chapter by Carol Rutz1 January 2006
Carol Rutz, “Delivering Composition at a Liberal Arts College: Making the Implicit Explicit,” in Kathleen Blake Yancey, ed., Delivering College Composition: The Fifth Canon. Heinemann/Boynton Cook, 2006, 60-71.