teachpsych.links serves as a directory of selected Internet resources which have a broad usefulness for teachers and students of psychology. The STP Internet Editor suggests these links as a convenience for browsers and listing here should not be construed as a formal endorsement or recommendation of the resource by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP), its Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology (OTRP), or the American Psychological Association (APA). Webmasters may wish to propose to the Internet Editor resources for inclusion on teachpsych.links. Note that commercial or for-profit sites or those of providers of clinical services are usually not considered for listing. Neither STP nor OTRP takes any responsibility for the accuracy, timeliness, or suitability of any site for which a link is provided.
These resources consist of www pages with broad or generalized coverage of psychology and contain links with particular relevance to teachers.
These resources include links to professional societies and organizations of interest to teachers of psychology.
These resources consist of WWW-accessible materials which are pedagogical in nature, that is, they contribute directly to classroom teaching and course development. These may include resources such as peer-reviewed collections of course syllabi, lesson plans, course lectures, etc.
These resources focus upon the needs of faculty advisors and students for information and guidance on issues such as career development, graduate school admission, internships and field experiences, and study skills.