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Office of Organizational and Staff Development

Resources

The Texas Network for Teaching Excellence

www.txpod.org
This is a new online resource created for the unique professional development needs of career and technical education faculty, counselors and administrators across Texas.

League for Innovation in the Community College iStream

http://www.league.org/istreamSite/users.cfm
iStream is a powerful web-based resource and professional development tool that brings the best of the League’s conferences, publications, services, partnerships and networking to faculty and staff. You must have a dcccd Email address to create your account. Benefits include unlimited access to all League books, monographs and publications in digital format.

National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD)

http://www.nisod.org/
The National Institute for Staff & Organizational Development (NISOD) is dedicated to the professional development of faculty, administrators, and staff; and to the continued improvement of teaching and learning, with the ultimate goal of student success. You will need a password to access the Members area. Fortunately, Eastfield is a member of NISOD. You can get our password by logging on to the Eastfield Intranet.

Eastfield Library

http://www.eastfieldcollege.edu/er/library/

These resources are available to assist you in meeting your core and elective requirements.

  1. Career Clusters: A Foundation for Workforce Curricula: (42 minutes) HF 5381.5 .C37 2012 (January 23, 2012)
  2. Cataloging: New Perspectives: (90 minutes) Z 666.5 .C373 2011 (April 8, 2011)
  3. Curriculum Mapping: (38 min.) LB 2806.15 .C87 2010 (2 copies)
  4. Digital Media: The Latest Trends, Technology & Standards: (90 min.) LB 1028.4 .D534 2009
  5. eLearning Innovations: Curriculum Development for Online Courses: (49 min.) LC 5803 .C65 E53 2012
  6. ePortfolios: Helping Students e-Plan Their Futures: (49 min.) LB 1029 .P67 E6 2011
  7. Global Resources: Expanding Your Student Horizons (43 min.) LB 2376 .G562 2011
  8. Hmmm: Can I Spend It for That? Carl Perkins Grant Allowables (45 min.) LB 2342.15 .T49 H5 2011
  9. Moving Students from Good to Great : e-Learning Strategies: (45 min.) LC 5803 .C65 M68 2011
  10. Project Management: Strategies and Tips: (49 min.) HD 69 .P75 P75 2010
  11. Reporting Tells Your Tale: Getting the Most Out of Perkins Reporting Data (40 min.) LB 2342.15 .T49 R46 2011
  12. Strategies for Classroom Engagement: (45 min.) LB 2331 .S772 2011
  13. Student Learning Outcomes, IV: (34 min.) LD 2361.6 .T4 S88 2010 (2 copies)
  14. Teaching to the Whole Brain: Which Side is Paying Attention (38 min.) LB 1060 .T422 2011

Contact the Library for details and availability. 

Starlink

The State of Texas Academic Resource Link (STARLINK) is our nation’s oldest, video‐based, higher education professional development network. It was established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) in 1989 to increase access to professional development activities among faculty throughout Texas. Now in its third decade of operation, STARLINK provides higher education institutions throughout North America with a multi‐purpose network that provides cutting edge training by the greatest educators available.

Starlink Professional Development for Higher Education