Syllabus References and Resources
Diamond, R. M. (1997). "Foreword" in Grunert, J., The Course Syllabus, Bolton, MA: Anker Publishing Company, Inc.
Grunert, J. (1997). The Course Syllabus: A Learning-Centered Approach. Bolton, MA: Anker Publising Company ISBN-10: 1882982185. Available in RIT Library.
Howard, A. (2012). "The Power of the Syllabus." Presentation at New Faculty Orientation, Rochester Institute of Technology. Rochester, NY.
A Syllabus Tip: Embed Big Questions, Barbi Honeycutt, PhD, Faculty Focus
Building Your Syllabus, Santa Barbara City College
Constructing a Syllabus, DePaul Teaching Commons
Creative Approaches to Syllabus, Jason B. Jones, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Learner-Centered Syllabi Workshop, Iowa State University.
Syllabus Design, Center for Excellence in Teaching, University of Southern California (video)
Syllabus Development, University of Minnesota (web tutorial)
Tips for an Effective Syllabus, Penn State Learning Design Community Hub
Downloadable Resources, Articles, and Papers
“Creating an Effective Online Syllabus” (PDF), Ko, S. and Rossen, S. (2010). Teaching Online: A Practical Guide. New York, NY: Routledge.
Elements of a Learner-Centered Syllabus, Center for Teaching & Learning, Brigham Young University.
The Learner-Centered Syllabus. Teaching & Learning Guides. BGSU Center for Teaching & Learning.
“The Purpose of a Syllabus” (PDF), Jay Parkes and Mary B. Harris, College Teaching, 50(2), 55-61 (2002)