TEACHING RESOURCES

Teaching PA (National Teaching Public Administration Conference Archives)(Link)

This site documents the history of the National Teaching Public Administration Conference, also referred to as TPAC. The first conference was in 1978 in Kansas City, MO and has been meeting every year since that date. This site contains conference proceedings, programs, and presentations. When responding to a TPAC Call for Papers, examine this site to see what others have presented a previous conferences.

Faculty Focus (Link)

Through its free e-newsletter and dedicated website, Faculty Focus publishes articles on effective teaching strategies for the college classroom – both face-to-face and online. Faculty Focus was created in 2003 by Magna Publications.

Electronic Hallway (Link)

Electronic Hallway is an online repository of quality teaching cases and other curriculum materials for faculty who teach public administration, public policy and related subjects. May Hallway cases include teaching notes, and other resources created by experienced teachers.

Teaching Resources Guide for Public Affairs and Administration, 4th Edition (2017)

Marc Holzer, Co-Editor,  Lois M. Warner, Co-Editor, Dan Bee Lee, Associate Editor

NASPAA’s Teaching Resources Guide for Public Affairs and Administration, Fourth Edition, developed by the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA) at Rutgers University-Newark, brings together a broad array of teaching and learning resources in public policy, public affairs and administration and makes each available via a web link. Over 2,000 resources and web links are provided in the areas of instructional resources, academic integrity, cases for the classroom, syllabi, textbooks and publishers, simulations, and teaching statistics/research methods. https://www.aspanet.org/ASPADocs/PAGateway/Teaching_Resources_Guide_4thEd_2017.pdf

Public Administration Gateway

The Public Administration Gateway was developed by the Institute for Public Service at  Suffolk University and the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). It is a comprehensive and accessible portal for the core resources in the field, many of which are available at no charge. The goal of the Gateway is to enable public managers to deliver services to citizens as promised, encourage students to find and build successful careers, and facilitate scholarly access to qualitative insights and quantitative data. The following link takes you to a mix of valuable resources. (Link)