Beginning of Summer Teaching Resources Summer 2022

COVID guidelines, the new campus Syllabus Template, midterm and make-up exam policy

  • Fall 2022 Instructional Memo

    The Fall 2022 Instructional Memo is now available; be informed about up-to-date COVID guidelines, the new campus Syllabus Template, midterm policy, make-up exam policy, and more…

Critical Syllabus Requirements and Information

  • Syllabus Requirements

    All course syllabi must meet requirements of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. A summary of the most critical information can be found at the links below.

Important Dates

The Office of the Registrar’s dates webpage outlines important dates, and Grading FAQ. Those anticipating the need for technical assistance should plan to contact Learn@UW and Wisconsin School of Business Teaching and Learning Support ahead of time.

Wrong Canvas Role? Contact your Department Administrator

Instructors of courses need to be in courses correctly in the Student Information System, which is updated by your Department Admin.

If individuals need to be added to a course for non-instructional purposes, contact Teaching and Learning Support


Reissue your course for Fall '22

  • Reissue your Canvas course

    Follow this three-step process to re-issue your Canvas course. 1. Combine multiple sections into one Canvas course. 2. Copying content from a previous instance of this course. 3. Publish your course!

New Teaching Tools Available!

This semester there are new teaching technologies available for your to use in your WSB course.

Access your Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET)


Timely Teaching Posts

  • Accessible Course Content Supports Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at WSB

    Support our inclusive campus culture by providing an accessible digital learning experience for your students WSB Instructors are making great strides to provide inclusive in-person learning environments. This inclusive behavior must extend into our digital …

  • Improve Course Inclusion with NameCoach in Canvas 

    “Taking the time to learn and correctly pronounce a person’s name is one simple — and important — way to respect and honor their identity,” says Gabe Javier, associate vice chancellor for student affairs in the areas of identity and inclusion.

  • Introduction to the Zoom Canvas Integration

    Zoom can now be accessed from Canvas in the Canvas menu. If you have been using Zoom for a while, this feature automatically allows your students access to your Zoom meetings, gives your students to access to cloud recordings.

  • Preparing for the First Day of Class

    Look through this list of considerations to prepare for the first day of your classes. Consider your Module 0, class schedule, communicating with students, and additional software requirements for your class