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New Books : Faculty
What's New for Faculty and Admin.
Below is a small selection of the newest books and eBooks for faculty, staff, and administrators. Follow this link for more! Don’t see any new titles? Check back soon; we’re always getting new materials. Some titles may be in process or still on order. If the title you need cannot be accessed, it should be available shortly.
They Say / I Say with Readings by Used and loved by millions of students for its lively and practical advice, this is the book that shows the key rhetorical moves in academic writing demystifies academic writing and explains how to engage with the views of others. With a new chapter on researching conversations, new exercises, expanded support for reading, and 23 new readings about five important questions that matter, this edition of "They Say / I Say" is an even more of a practical companion for students than ever before.
Call Number: PE1431 .G73 2021
Publication Date: 2021
The Price of Nice : how good intentions maintain educational inequity by How being "nice" in school and university settings works to reinforce racialized, gendered, and (dis)ability-related inequities in education and society Being nice is difficult to critique. Niceness is almost always portrayed and felt as a positive quality. In schools, nice teachers are popular among students, parents, and administrators. And yet Niceness, as a distinct set of practices and discourses, is not actually good for individuals, institutions, or communities because of the way it maintains and reinforces educational inequity. In The Price of Nice, an interdisciplinary group of scholars explores Niceness in educational spaces from elementary schools through higher education to highlight how this seemingly benign quality reinforces structural inequalities. Grounded in data, personal narrative, and theory, the chapters show that Niceness, as a raced, gendered, and classed set of behaviors, functions both as a shield to save educators from having to do the hard work of dismantling inequity and as a disciplining agent for those who attempt or even consider disrupting structures and ideologies of dominance. Contributors: Sarah Abuwandi, Arizona State U; Colin Ben, U of Utah; Nicholas Bustamante, Arizona State U; Aidan/Amanda J. Charles, Northern Arizona U; Jeremiah Chin, Arizona State U; Sally Campbell Galman, U of Massachusetts; Frederick Gooding Jr., Texas Christian U; Deirdre Judge, Tufts U; Katie A. Lazdowski; Román Liera, U of Southern California; Sylvia Mac, U of La Verne; Lindsey Malcolm-Piqueux, California Institute of Technology; Giselle Martinez Negrette, U of Wisconsin-Madison; Amber Poleviyuma, Arizona State U; Alexus Richmond, Arizona State U; Frances J. Riemer, Northern Arizona U; Jessica Sierk, St. Lawrence U; Bailey B. Smolarek, U of Wisconsin-Madison; Jessica Solyom, Arizona State U; Megan Tom, Arizona State U; Sabina Vaught, U of Oklahoma; Cynthia Diana Villarreal, U of Southern California; Kristine T. Weatherston, Temple U; Joseph C. Wegwert, Northern Arizona U; Marguerite Anne Fillion Wilson, Binghamton U; Jia-Hui Stefanie Wong, Trinity College; Denise Gray Yull, Binghamton U.
Call Number: LC213.2 P744 2019
The equal classroom : life-changing thinking about gender by How much thinking have you done about gender? What does it feel like to be gay, trans or non-binary at school? How unbiased, safe and inclusive are our teachers, our schools and our systems, and what can we do about it? The time is ripe for a re-think, and the issues are pressing. Our pupils are grappling with challenges around gender and sexuality, and they need our well-informed support. Providing evidence, prompts and the space to explore the implications, restrictions and constructs of gender, this book is here to help every teacher reflect on issues around gender roles and expectations in their class. In this challenging and potent book, experts, academics and campaigners join forces to contribute important perspectives to complement Rycroft-Smith's own accessible and often provocative explanations of many facets of gender and sexuality, including media, literature, toys, clothing, sexism, expectations, sexuality, gender roles, harassment and consent. Humour and anecdotes are thoughtfully intertwined with fascinating insights into biological and cultural perspectives and societal norms, highlighting why it's so vital to teach pupils about gender issues, as well as modelling consent, good quality relationships and tolerance to children at all ages and stages of their school career. Providing clear, practical policy recommendations in an accessible and engaging way, The Equal Classroom is an essential read for any teacher or education professional who wants to ensure their school is a place where all pupils feel truly welcome and able to flourish, comfortable and safe in their emerging identities.
Call Number: LC212.8 .E63 2020
Publication Date: 2020
Higher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity by Higher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity empowers all administrators in higher education to engage in their work--to make decisions, hire, mentor, budget, create plans, and carry out other day-to-day operations--with a clear commitment to justice, sensitivity to power and privilege, and capacity to facilitate equitable outcomes. Grounding administration for social justice as a matter of daily work, this book translates abstract concepts and theory into the work of hiring, socialization, budgeting, and decision-making. Contributed chapters by renowned scholars and current practitioners examine the way higher education administration is organized, and will help readers both question existing structures and practices, and consider new and different ways of organizing campuses based on equity and social justice. Rich with case studies and pedagogical tools, this book connects theory to practice, and is an invaluable resource for current and aspiring administrators.
Call Number: LB2341 .H522 2020
Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education by Indigenous and decolonizing perspectives on education have long persisted alongside colonial models of education, yet too often have been subsumed within the fields of multiculturalism, critical race theory, and progressive education. Timely and compelling, Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education features research, theory, and dynamic foundational readings for educators and educational researchers who are looking for possibilities beyond the limits of liberal democratic schooling. Featuring original chapters by authors at the forefront of theorizing, practice, research, and activism, this volume helps define and imagine the exciting interstices between Indigenous and decolonizing studies and education. Each chapter forwards Indigenous principles - such as Land as literacy and water as life - that are grounded in place-specific efforts of creating Indigenous universities and schools, community organizing and social movements, trans and Two Spirit practices, refusals of state policies, and land-based and water-based pedagogies.
Call Number: LC3715 .I458 2019
The Productive Online and Offline Professor by What does it mean to be a productive professor inhigher education? What would it feel like to have more peace and productivity?To have nothing fall through the cracks? The Productive Online and OfflineProfessoris written for today's busy higher education professional.Through an exploration of what it means to make work meaningful, this bookoffers practical strategies and tips to support higher education professionalsin efficiently managing and effectively using a wide range of technologies andproductivity tools. Higher education instructors will find this guide helps them to fulfill theirteaching roles with excellence and to build engaging relationships withstudents while also successfully managing other priorities in theirprofessional and personal lives. The Productive Online Professorassists those who teach online and blended courses with managing their personal productivity. Faculty are often expected to provide support and feedback to learners outside of normal work hours in non-traditional classes. Programs that are designed with more asynchronous content may cause faculty to perceive that it is difficult to ever press the "off button" on their teaching.The author offers guidance and suggests software tools for streamlining communication and productivity that enable faculty to better balance their lives while giving rich feedback to students. Part1 addresses the challenges in defining productivity and presents a workingdefinition for the text. Part 2 describes the ability to communicate using both synchronous andasynchronous methods, along with ways of enriching such communication. Part 3 describes methods for finding, curating, and sharing relevant knowledgeboth within one's courses and to a broader personal learning network (PLN). Part 4 examines specific tools for navigating the unique challenges ofproductivity while teaching online. It includes ways to grade more productivelywhile still providing rich feedback to students. Part 5 shares techniques for keeping one's course materials current andrelevant in the most efficient ways possible. The Productive Online Professoris a practical guide for how to provide high quality online classes to diverse students. This book shares specific technology and other tools that may be used in charting a course toward greater productivity. It is intended to be a professional resource for fulfilling our roles with excellence and joy, while managing other priorities in our personal and professional lives.
Call Number: LB2395.7 .S763 2020
Welcome to the Faculty Guide at the Parrott Centre!
The Library is here to support the whole Loyalist community - our students, our faculty, and our staff. This guide brings together resources on a variety of subjects, including:
- APA citations and formatting
- Library services for faculty
- Resources for professional development
- Inclusive education
- Open Educational Resources
As a Loyalist faculty or staff member, you have access to all of our library resources and services, including:
- Print, DVD and journal collections in the library
- eBook and audiobook collections
- Electronic databases
- Streaming videos
- Research assistance
- Library orientation and instruction
- Interlibrary loan
- Copyright and course pack assistance
Are we missing something vital? Is there a topic that we should be covering? Let us know! Contact the Library by phone at (613) 969-1913, Ext.2249, or by email. We always welcome suggestions from our faculty, and we look forward to working with you!
Accessing Resources Off Campus
Can't make it in to the Library during our regular hours? Our electronic collections are available for use 24-7, wherever you have Internet access! You can access our eBook, audiobook and video streaming collections, as well as our online journals and databases quickly and easily. You can also renew library items: How to renew library materials
How can I access these collections?
Visit our website, www.LoyalistLibrary.com, and start searching. If you are using our website from off-campus you'll be prompted to login using your myLoyalist credentials.
Need additional help? Contact Dayle Gorsline, Ext.2216.
Learning Portal Faculty Toolkit
Faculty Toolkit (The Learning Portal)
"Find resources on AODA, Indigenous Inclusion in your curriculum, Copyright, as well as to download Cartridges to import online quizzes and links to Learning Portal content directly into your Learning Management System."
Parrott Centre Library, Loyalist College
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