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GSHU 199.05 Teaching with TED: ideas worth sharing - Dr. Stella Erbes: Getting Started

Use library resources to locate facts for your TED talks

Locating Journal Articles

These two databases provide access to education literature and are Dr. Erbes' favorites.  They can be searched together along with Academic Search Complete, our largest database.

Need a quick fact? Consult Online Reference Works

Electronic Journal Collections

Helpful Electronic Resources

Online Book Collections

Pepperdine Libraries has access to just as many online books as print books.  For information about the various collections of online books, consult this InfoGuide: Ebooks at Pepperdine Libraries

Online Videos

More information is available on this InfoGuide: Streaming Resources for Student Groups

Course Description

TED videos have become increasingly prestigious for presenters and progressively popular among its students. What’s all the hype? This first-year seminar explores how technology, education, and instructional design affect the teaching and learning process. What counts as learning? What are the attributes of an effective teacher? How can we leverage technology in an optimal way to maximize learning? Students will learn the fundamentals of effective presentation skills and will be introduced to foundational educational theories through multimedia resources like TED videos, electronic databases, and tech tools. You will leave the course ready to become a TED speaker!

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