Book-Marked! A Monthly Book Recommendation from the CTLE

Did you know that the CTLE has a faculty professional library? Did you know we have an online catalog where you can peruse over 100 scholarly books on teaching, learning, and productivity?  Beginning this month, we will Book-Mark…a featured book of the month for you to consider. And there’s no need to limit yourself to this one book! Review the catalog and come on by the CTLE (Saint Edward Hall 102) to check out a book or two of your choice! Find out more about the CTLE Library on our website.

This Month’s Featured Book: 
The Last Lecture
The Last Lecture

Author: Randy Pausch 
Description: If you were asked to give your “last lecture,” what words of wisdom would you pass on to the world?  What legacy would you hope to leave?  Randy Pausch, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, was asked to prepare what could be his last lecture, and it took on exigent meaning, as he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.  Combining humor and inspiration, Pausch encouraged his audience to focus on living and making the most of the time we each have.


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