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PLEASE NOTE THE CONTENT IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVISION AS IT IS MOVED INTO MY.SIOP.

Instructors can find materials to facilitate their teaching of industrial-organizational psychology by clicking the links below or at left.


When considering the syllabi, exercises, assignments and other teaching aids, please take into account your teaching style, the class size and other aspects that could affect the success of the material in your class. Though some of the materials here are original creations, you should be aware that many were borrowed, modified and otherwise blended for our own use by those of us who have contributed to development of this website. You are welcome to use any of the materials you find here in your own courses.

Please contribute to this site! It is intended to be a centralized location for I-O teachers to looks for ways to plan new courses, revitalize old courses, and otherwise energize their teaching. Every time you contribute some of your own innovations, you increase the value of the site. Click on the "EasyEdit" button (upper left) to modify any page or to add materials. For more information, visit how to submit your own materials.

Questions? Comments? Please write to Ali O'Malley, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Butler University: aomalley@butler.edu.



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