Discussion lists on the teaching of psychology
UK discussion lists on the teaching of psychology
Announcements and discussions related to the learning and teaching of psychology.
This list helps to support postgraduates who teach psychology by providing an online venue by which to pose questions related to teaching, share ideas, and to network.
The BPS psychology postgraduate affairs group (PsyPAG) maintains a JISCmail list open to all psychology postgraduate students. This list is a fantastic resource for support and advice regarding your research, statistical issues or other postgraduate matters.
This list is for psychology academics, students, alumni, and career advisors interested in contributing to the development of an employability guide for psychology students.
Discussion related to the teaching of biopsychology.
Discussion related to the teaching of introductory psychology.
Discussion related to teaching mental health in higher education.
Discussion related to the teaching and learning of neuropsychology.
Discussion related to the teaching and learning of research methods in psychology
Discussion list related to experiment generator softare for use in psychology.
This list is open to those involved in implementing personal development planning programmes for psychology students.
List for those interested in the work of the TLTP3 Aster project, which aims to explore how Communication and Information Technologies (C&IT) can assist students & lecturers in making the most of small group learning & teaching, & to promote & support effective change in educational practice.
The computer-assisted assessment list discusses all aspects of the use of computers to assess student learning. This includes computer and web based assessment, the use of optical mark and character readers and the wider use of technology to support the assessment process.
A list for news, queries and discussion of library and information resources for Psychology in United Kingdom Higher Education.
This list exists to promote and foster discussion about the Insitute for Learning and Teaching and related issues
This list will enable members of the Qualitative Research Network for Psychologists to keep in touch and allow discussion of all aspects of qualitative methods in psychology. The list is primarily for researchers, but will also be used for discussion of teaching qualitative methods.
The list will be concerned with discussing clinical psychology in terms of teaching and research within UK HE. The list will also disseminate information about meetings, events and posts, and will encourage the discussion of issues which influence the public face of clinical psychology.
US discussion lists on the teaching of psychology
PsychTeacher is a moderated discussion list for teachers of psychology at all levels of education that is owned and operated by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (Kennesaw State University hosts the list)
PsychTeacher is designed to be a focused, rather than a freewheeling, discussion list on any topic that addresses issues specific to the teaching of psychology. All messages posted to the list are reviewed and approved by one of the Society's moderators prior to being distributed to the entire list membership.
TIPS (Teaching in the Psychological Sciences) is a lively international e-mail forum hosted by Bill Southerly and Frostburg State University (Maryland, USA) primarily for discussions concerning the teaching of psychology but with wide-ranging debate on related topics in psychology. It is open to anyone with an interest in such matters.
International discussion list on the teaching of psychology
PSYCHGLOBAL listserv is a new email list. The purpose of the list is to share ideas and generate dialog internationally in regards to psychology teaching and learning. We hope you will find it useful.