A small but varied bibliography is provided here. Click on the title to see the book's table of contents.
The first two books are directly targeted at graduate students and their role as TAs.
Ann Curzan and Lisa Damour
First Day to Final Grade: A Graduate Student's Guide to Teaching
University of Michigan Press, 2000
Leo Lambert, et al.
University Teaching: A Guide for Graduate Students
Syracuse University Press, 1996
The next two books we suggest are classic reference sources where you can quickly find a specific topic you need help with and read on it.
Barbara Gross Davis
Tools for Teaching
Jossey-Bass Books, 1993
Wilbert J. McKeachie
Teaching Tips, 11th Edition
College Teaching Series, 2001
The new manual for college teaching everyone is raving about:
What the Best College Teachers Do
Harvard University Press, 2004
Online and Active Learning
Discussion Based Online Teaching to Enhance Student Learning
Stylus Publishing, 2003
Sharron Bassano and Mary Ann Christison
Community Spirit: A Practical Guide to Collaborative Language Learning
Alta Book Center Publishers, 1995
Making the Transition
Advice for New Faculty Members
Allyn and Bacon, 2000
Professors as Writers: A Self-Help Guide to Productive Writing
New Forums Press, 1990