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U of M Recommended Teaching and Learning Tools
This is a locally-maintained taxonomy of electronic teaching technologies that are available to U of M instructors.  The developers state, "Simply put, faculty and instructors told us, '...hey, just tell us what to use.'  The list is our attempt to do just that."

The Psych Files
A podcast series hosted by Michael A. Britt, Ph.D. The Psych Files is aimed at anyone curious about human behavior; students taking a course in psychology, those majoring in psychology, and instructors of psychology will find the podcast particularly of interest.

Documentary Films (DVDs) for Teaching Psychology
This 156 page resource is an annotated listing of documentary films with content relevant to teaching psychology.  The films cover contemporary issues, themes, and perspectives; running times are compatible with typical course schedules; and the films are available in DVD format.  An introductory section describes how to navigate the resource. 

ToPIX: Teaching of Psychology wiki
OTRP Teaching of Psychology Idea Exchange.  A wiki for teachers of any course in psychology.

Youtube provides an immense variety of video clips from college and university psychology instructors.

Experimental Psychology

Clinical Psychology

School Psychology

Social Psychology

Developmental Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Personality Psychology

Abnormal Psychology

Perceptual Psychology

Physiological Psychology

Animal Psychology

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Human Sexuality

Psychology of Gender

Health Psychology

Alcohol, Drugs, and Behavior

History of Psychology

Psychological Testing


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


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