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Auraria Library in the Presidents Teaching and Learning Collaborative

The purpose of the President's Teaching and Learning Collaborative (PTLC) is to offer professional development to assist University of Colorado faculty (system-wide) in developing inquiry projects on teaching and learning intended as scholarship and for publication. The aim of the program is to broaden participation of faculty in effective inquiry in learning and teaching. The Librarians at Auraria Library provide resources, tools, and expertise with those resources to assist the PTLC scholars in their research.

 

Accessing the content of this guide

Purpose:

This website is a compilation of resources available through the Auraria Library relating to the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Accessing content:

Many of these links will lead to freely available resources but much of the key content, such as Ulrichsweb, Web of Science, and Education Fulltext, is only intended for the UC Denver Downtown Campus community.  

  • If you are researching from off campus then use of the VPN connection or remote computing will allow you access to all of the Library content directly without need to log in. 
  • If you are not using the VPN you will be prompted to login with your name and student/faculty/campus ID.  For all UC Denver faculty your ID is nine digits.  The first three digits are '000' followed by your six-digit faculty ID number.  
If you are having trouble accessing resources please use chat, email or more via the Ask a Librarian link on the upper right of any Library webpage, contact your personal PTLC librarian, or Gayle Bradbeer
 
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