This page contains a wealth of information about writing learning objectives, presenting in large or small classroom settings or in clinics, on-line or hybrid classrooms, active learning, and assessment.
New Faculty Members
This New Faculty Teaching Orientation Narrated Powerpoint provides some general information about tools and resources provided by The College of Veterinary Medicine as well as some guidelines and responsibilities. You can also access similiar information in Microsoft Word format with The new Faculty Teaching Orientation Document.
Guidelines for Online Teaching and Design
The Guidelines for Online Teaching and Design is a resource that assists members of the University community (e.g., faculty, instructors, administrators, instructional designers) in supporting student learning in online and blended courses and programs. The Guidelines cover a range of topics and resources critical to providing an effective learner-centered online experience. Online teaching can include a variety of course delivery types (e.g. fully online, hybrid, blended or face-to-face).
The Guidelines are meant to strike a balance between providing both constructive guidance and adequate flexibility for units that develop online learning courses and programs.
The Guidelines have been collaboratively developed over a period of two years, and have received extensive feedback from faculty, instructional designers, academic technologists, librarians, disabilities resources, media services and copyright specialists, and various administrators.
Students may struggle in courses for a variety of reasons. These resources provide guidance in helping identify and support student concerns.