The CETL instructional designers can work with you to identify or develop ways to help your students meet your highest expectations.
We’re here to help as you assess the effectiveness of your instructional techniques.
Get help teaching Digital Literacy with Assign Media, PantherTech technology training, and other university resources.
The Learning Technology Evaluation Toolkit provides instructors and staff options for gathering and evaluating product information from Ed Tech vendors.
The Group Instructional Feedback Technique (or GIFT), is a highly effective tool for providing instructors confidential information from their students about how to improve the quality of a course.
We can assist as you experiment with new teaching methods and assess their effect on student learning.
CETL staff can design and deliver a custom, in-person technology workshop to teach your students the skills they need to succeed.
We can work with you develop content that best meets your teaching aims.
CETL can assist instructors with making course materials accessible with technology and tools as well as consultations, workshops, and support.
Sometimes the university invests significant resources in helping instructors develop educational materials. Sometimes it doesn’t. Find out how instructors can determine either way, and what it means for ownership of the materials.
CETL provides assistance with constructing a syllabus and writing learning outcomes. View materials to get you started.