OPL provides highly interactive resources for the teaching of psychological science. The peer-reviewed materials include online studies and correlational studies, large data sets, demonstrations, and teaching aids. You are invited to use the site to further learning about psychological phenomena and the scientific process, including research methods, practical applications, and ethics.
STP: Office of Teaching Resources
Teaching resources are documents that can pertain to any aspect of teaching. Instructors have generously shared classroom activities, annotated bibliographies, film guides, lab manuals, advising aids, textbook compendiums, and much more. Notations indicate those that developed from Instructional Resource Awards.
These syllabi have been reviewed by faculty volunteers serving on the Project Syllabus team. We make no claim that any of these syllabi are perfect; they are made available here as quality examples of syllabi that have been used. The “Best Practices” category contains exemplary portions (Calendars, Course objectives, etc.) of various syllabi on this site.
Guidelines for Preparing Exemplary Syllabi
The information on this page represent ideas that are valued by the Office of Teaching Resources.
ToPIX: The Office of Teaching Resources Idea Exchange
A comprehensive resource of peer reviewed classroom demos, activities, handouts, video/audio, and current events, all organized by topic. In addition, there is support for assessment, rubrics, outcomes, teaching tools and more.