DISTANCE EDUCATION RESOURCES AVAILABLE THROUGH THE GC LIBRARY

The David Glenn Hunt Memorial Library at Galveston College isn't just for students...there are myriad resources available for faculty and staff members as well! All year long, Technical Services Librarian Hazel Ellis is busy researching and purchasing new books for students, faculty, and staff. Recent acquisitions related to Distance Learning include the following titles:

Conrad, R. (2004). Engaging the online learner: Activities and resources for creative instruction. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. LB 1044.87.C658 2004

Holmberg, B. (2005). Distance education and languages: Evolution and change. Buffalo: Multilingual Matters. P 53.2967.D57 2005

Hricko, M. (2006). Online assessment and measurement: Foundations and challenges. Hershey, PA: Information Science. LB 1028.3.0553 2006

Palloff, R. M. (2005). Collaborating online: Learning together in community. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. LB 1032.P334 2005

Smith, S. S. (2006). Web-based instruction: A guide for libraries. Chicago: American Library Association. Z 711.2.S59 2006

In addition to these, there are numerous additional titles available through NetLibrary, a collection of e-Books that is available to Galveston College students, faculty and staff. To access the NetLibrary collection, go to the web site for GC's Learning Resource Center (http://www.gc.edu/gc/LRC.asp) and select "Electronic books" from the list of options on the left side of the screen. For additional information about the library's e-Book collection, contact Reference Librarian Gracie Otin.
Take advantage of these outstanding materials and take your online teaching to "the next level"!

Updated 9/24/2014 - Content Author preyes