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Section 9. Further reading and resources

LSE's Teaching and Learning Centre offers a wide range of events on teaching and learning. Class teachers are most welcome to sign up for them - see lse.ac.uk/tlc/teaching. One-to-one support (eg, meetings, teaching observation, advice and support on specialist issues, and access where necessary to external training and support) is also freely available. The Centre has a wide range of books, videos and other teaching resources concerned with many aspects of teaching and learning. Contact the Teaching and Learning Centre for (see Section 10) for further details.

The Library collections (http://www.lse.ac.uk/library/collections/home.aspx|) include materials for education to support teaching, learning and research. To learn more about the collections for education please use the Education subject guide (http://www.lse.ac.uk/library/subjectGuides/Education/home.aspx|). To explore the Library's extensive social science collections, use its search tool Summon (http://lse.summon.serialssolutions.com/|) to search across the content from print and online collections.

You can contact your department's Academic Support Librarian (http://www.lse.ac.uk/library/services/liaison/home.aspx|) at any time for specialist support and advice on materials and resources for teaching and research as well as on developing digital and informational skills for study and research.

You can also access materials and resources from the Teaching and Learning Centre website (lse.ac.uk/tlc/resources), the Library's collection of bookmarks via Delicious (https://delicious.com/lselibrary/eduction|) and the Higher Education Academy Subject Centres (www.heacademy.ac.uk/subjectcentres|). Nearby, in Bedford Way, is the Institute of Education (www.ioe.ac.uk|) with its extensive library of teaching and learning related material, including a number of subject specialist educational journals and a substantial higher eduaction section.


9.1 Class teaching|

9.2 Study advice for students|

9.3 Assessment and feedback|

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