CTLE Library

Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence

The CTLE library is designed just for you – the college professor. Take advantage of our collection of over 120 resources and tools, including technology that you can use to enhance your classroom environments, such as Merge cubes, Breakout EDU gamification kits, and AR/VR headsets, all for your exploration. 

Visit our CTLE library webpage and find titles like these:   

  • Teaching at its Best: A Research-based Resource for College Instructors (Nilson, 2016
  • Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy (Seeber, 2016)
  • 199 Mistakes New College Instructors Make and How to Prevent Them (Sarmiento, 2016)
  • Make it Stick: The Science of Successful Learning (Brown, Roediger & McDaniel, 2014)
  • Small Teaching Online (Darby & Lang, 2019)
  • How Humans Learn: The Science and Stories Behind Effective College Teaching (Eyler, 2018)
  • Living Justice: Catholic Social Teaching in Action (Massaro, 2000)
  • The Last Lecture (Pausch, 2008) 

Stop by St. Edward's Hall, suite 102, to check out these titles and more, or request to have an item mailed to you. If you have questions or need assistance, email us. 

See Library Policy for lending details.  


Book-Marked! Book of the Month

Coming soon!

Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones ef5dbd78961b65b557efe88b4e23ff5868
Author:  James Clear 
Description:  Trying to figure out how you can be more productive, stay focused, or establish and keep positive habits?  The author of Atomic Habits presents a framework and practical strategies for making small (atomic) changes that accumulate and result in significant, lasting change. 

The Last LectureThe Last Lecture
:  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.