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Teaching and Learning Resources

Academic and Professional Affairs Program

The ASA Academic and Professional Affairs Program works to advance sociology in colleges and universities, strengthen departments and their programs, and engender effective communication and collaboration between the ASA and sociology departments.

It identifies and promotes best practices in education, training, and teaching. The department supports and fosters sociologists' careers at all levels—from recent Bachelor’s degree recipients to full professors.

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Sociology Department Resources

A collection of useful resources by ASA for department chairs and administrators in college and university sociology departments.

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High School Sociology

A collection of useful resources for high school teachers who teach sociology.

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Student Resources

A collection of useful resources and information compiled by ASA for undergraduate and graduate students in sociology.

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For Graduate Students


Teaching Resources

A collection of useful resources and information for educators at all levels including: awards and fellowships, the ASA Section on Teaching and Learning, journal and publications on teaching and curriculum development, and much more.

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TRAILS (Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology)

Search for resources by over 1,000 authors in 71 Sociological subject areas. Review and download materials such as assessment resources, syllabi, class activities, assignments, lectures, and much more.

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