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What's Happening at Hamilton

  • Digital Humanities Initiative: CLASS Scholars
    Hamilton’s DHi promotes cross-institutional collaborations with faculty and students.
  • Hamilton Network for Teaching and Learning
    The NTL promotes conversations and develops resources to improve the learning environment for our students.
  • New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium
    Through the sharing of expertise and resources, the Consortium enhances options for students, faculty, and staff.  Its latest initiative, Blended Learning, is currently under development.
  • Pathways to Excellence in Teaching
    Several Hamilton faculty members contributed to a new book, Pathways to Excellence in Teaching, edited by Ernest H. Williams, the Christian A. Johnson Professor of Biology, and published by The Couper Press.
  • Sandboxes
    A collaboration of librarians, instructional technologists, and others aimed at furthering the conversation of teaching and learning on campus.


What's Happening at Other Institutions


Shared Shelf

  • BEN (BioSciEdNet): Digital Library Portal for Teaching and Learning in the Biological Sciences
    From the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Online biological resources are reviewed for quality by collaborative members from 32 prestigious life science organizations. Users may browse or limit by collaborating partner, disciplines, pedagogical uses, resource types, and audience/educational levels. See full Choice review.
  • Merlot II: Multimedia Educational Resource for Teaching and Online Learning
    MERLOT is a free and open peer reviewed collection of online teaching and learning materials and faculty-developed services contributed and used by an international education community.
  • Pedagogy Unbound
    A place for college teachers to share practical strategies for today's classrooms.
  • SciVee: Making Science Visible
    Provides educational videos and synchronized video supplements for journal articles, lectures, slides, and conference posters/presentations. Videos are categorized in about 50 scientific areas, including Aerospace, Biology, Climate, DNA, Education, Genetics, Information Science, Medicine, Protein, Social Science, Training, and Zoology. People who upload videos using SciVee software may add tags and subject areas--all linked within the site--to help make their content discoverable from the search box. A service called TeachU (in beta) enables lecturers to upload their slides and to synchronize them with audio to simulate live presentations; and to preserve them so that students--or anyone--may review lectures at their convenience. The slides act as a table of contents to facilitate navigation to parts of the presentation of interest to the viewer. See full Choice review .