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Teaching and Learning

Instructional Technology and Design Services offers resources to support teaching and learning. Whether you are preparing to teach for the first time or have extensive experience and are looking for ways to enhance your practice, this section offers teaching essentials, pedagogical strategies and practices, online and hybrid teaching resources as well as a student guide to online learning.

Teaching Essentials

This section offers resources to help you start a new semester, create or refine your syllabus, hone in on effective course goals and learning objectives as well as develop or refine learning assessments.

Teaching Essentials

Pedagogical Strategies and Practices

This section provides some pedagogical guidance and suggestions for instructors teaching in different learning environments. Regardless of the approach and learning space, effective pedagogical practices must be designed with the learner in mind in order to maximize engagement and ultimately, impact mastery of student outcomes.

Pedagogical Strategies and Practices

Online and Hybrid Teaching

Teaching online or hybrid is an opportunity to continuously improve the learning experience for your students. What makes online and hybrid courses exceptional? This section provides course design frameworks, strategies for synchronous and asynchronous courses, a gallery of courses, and much more.

Online and Hybrid Teaching

Student Guide to Online Learning

What does it take to succeed in online courses? While online classes offer flexibility and convenience, especially for those juggling competing responsibilities and obligations, being a successful, efficient, and productive online learner requires you to demonstrate certain strengths and qualities as a learner. This guide provides students with tips and resources to be successful online learners.

Student Guide to Online Learning