- Excellence: Focus on quality in programs and services
- Innovation: Encourage and reward new ideas, proactive thinking and use of evolving technology
- Accountability: Maintain effective and efficient programs and services
This section contains resources for faculty who are currently teaching online, or are planning to teach online. It will also be useful to faculty wanting to incorporate technology into their face-to-face courses. The D2L page houses tutorials (including step-by-step documentation and videos) on both basic and more advanced tools and functionality of the learning management system. You’ll also find information here on course design, and options for working with staff and colleagues in rethinking the design of an online course.
Faculty development programs include Faculty Success Stories (profiles of your colleagues who are engaged in innovative teaching methods or are using evidence based practices), Communities of Practice, New Faculty Orientation, and Consultations. Faculty can also contact staff for one-on-one consultation services on any topic related to teaching – from using D2L tools to incorporating active learning into traditional lecture.
Here, you’ll find information about upcoming campus, state, and national faculty development opportunities. News items will focus on stories related to teaching and learning from various publications, as well as relevant local or campus happenings.