Higher Education Resources

I have put this page together to create a ‘one-stop’ for higher education products, services, and helpful resources that you may find useful and save you some time. I’ll be updating this page as often as I can. If you know of any resources that everyone should know about, feel free to send them to me and I can post it below, thanks.

My Book Selections (All books can be seen in the ‘Amazon’ affiliate link box on the home page):

  • The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How to Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience, by Carmine Gallo
  • Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art & Science of Remembering Everything, by Josh Foer
  • Steve Jobs, Autobiography by Walter Isaacson
  • Brain Rules, by John Medina
  • The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg
  • How to be a Presentation God, by Scott Schwertly
  • Adkar; a Model for Change, by Jeffrey Hiatt
  • Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot, by Richard Restak
  • College Student Retention; Formula for Student Success, by Alan Seidman

Cool Tools (All items can be seen in the ‘Amazon’ affiliate link box on the home page):

  • Kodak Zi8 1080p Pocket HD Camcorder (Black)
  • Yeti USB Microphone Great for recording audio, podcasts etc.
  • Gorillapod SLR Tripod Small and flexible for several types of angle shots. Available in various sizes.
  • Mouse Wireless Presenter R400 Don’t stand behind the podium.
  • Fujitsu Scansnap Deluxe Sheetfed Scanner (S1300) A great space saver and light as well. I use it all the time to do quick scans of my cartoons.
  • ZAGGfolio for Apple iPad 2 Carbon with Keyboard (Silver) I use this with my iPad 2. I find it is better than using the screen keyboard, especially since I learned ‘how’ to type in high school (‘G’ and ‘H’ in the middle).

Teaching Jobs in Higher Ed:

Current News in Higher Education:
Education Solutions:
Desktop Screen Timer (for Mac users)
Conferences to check out:
Journals:
Linkedin Groups for Higher Ed that I like:
These groups allow you to post and share your thoughts. Some great discussions and tips on these so they are worth checking:
  • International Society for Technology in Education
  • Professor Expert
Just Plain Cool to Read:

 

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