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- Columbia University: Make Your Lectures More Interesting
- University of Minnesota: Designing Smart Lectures
- University of North Carolina: Thoughts on the Lecture Method
- Young, Mark S., Stephanie Robinson, and Phil Alberts. "Students Pay Attention!: Combating the Vigilance Decrement to Improve Learning During Lectures." Active Learning in Higher Education 10(1): 41-55.
- Graham, Charles R., Tonya R. Tripp, Larry Seawright, and George L. Joeckel III. 2007. "Empowering or Compelling Reluctant Participators Using Audience Response Systems." Active Learning in Higher Education 8(3): 233-258.
- Garner, R.L. 2006. "How Ha-Ha Can Lead to Aha!" College Teaching 54(1): 177-180.
- Torok, Sarah E., Robert F. McMorris and Wen-Chi Lin. 2004. "Is Humor an Appreciated Teaching Tool? Perceptions of Professors' Teaching Styles and Use of Humor." College Teaching January: 14-20.
- Hellman, Stuart V. 2007. "Humor in the Classroom: Stu's Seven Simple Steps to Success." College Teaching 55(1): 37-39.
- Gray, Tara and Laura Madson. 2007. "Ten Easy Ways to Engage Your Students." College Teaching March: 83-87.
- Bernstein, Jeffrey L., Sarah Scheerhorn, and Sara Ritter. 2002. "Using Simulations and Collaborative Teaching to Enhance Introductory Courses." College Teaching 50(1): 9-12.
- Revell, Andrea and Emma Wainwright. 2009. "What Makes Lectures 'Unmissable'? Insights into Teaching Excellence and Active Learning." Journal of Geography in Higher Education 33(2): 209-223.
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