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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Finding Books

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Use this search box to find books, articles, ebooks, and media.
 
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Searching for Books about Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

There are many ways to find books in OneSearch on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:

1) You can use the phrase "Scholarship of Teaching and Learning" and then limit to Resource Type: Books in the left column

2) In the Advanced Search you can change the "Any Field" button to "Subject," change Resource Type to Books, and then search for the following subject headings: 

Education, Higher;
College teachers;
Learning and scholarship;
College teaching;
Effective teaching; 
Teaching — methods;

3) You can also opt to not limit to books and search for all material types together. Just note that not all of the Lehman databases are included in OneSearch.

Intra-CUNY Borrowing: CLICS

CLICS is a service that allows you to have books delivered from almost anywhere in the CUNY library system to the Lehman College campus. Any currently enrolled Lehman student as well as faculty and staff can request any item (that is able to circulate) from any CUNY campus to be delivered to any CUNY campus.

Finding Books Off-Campus

Ask Library to Purchase Book

You can select "Book Request Form" from the list by clicking the link below.

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Off-Campus Access

When off campus, Lehman users will need to log into databases, e-journals, e-books, and other subscription resources by using their Library Barcode.

Lehman ID Barcode example

  • Your Library Barcode is located on the front of your ID Card (see above). Enter the number without spaces or dashes.
  • Your barcode must be activated in the CUNY library system. To activate your barcode, visit the Circulation Desk on the first floor.
  • Your account must not have any outstanding fines.

To report a problem, contact Michelle.Ehrenpreis@lehman.cuny.edu 718-960-6760

Credit

Adapted from the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Guide, Vanderbilt University Libraries (current as of 8/1/2016). This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You may republish or adapt this guide for educational purposes, as long as proper credit is given.