University of Wisconsin–Madison


Updates and New Information

  • 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…

  • Spring 2022 Instruction Guide

    As we prepare to resume more typical campus operations this fall, including offering primarily in-person instruction, the university continues to follow COVID-19 public health guidelines and recommendations. We are committed to providing safe, effective and engaged instruction and learning.

  • 2022 Spring Instructors’ Memo from the Office of the Dean

    To all WSB Instructors from Joann Peck, Associate Dean of Teaching Innovation and Assessment. Regarding: Teach Spring 2022 – Resources, Support, and Policies. Preparation Checklist for ALL Spring Instructors.

  • Reminder: Syllabus Requirements for 2022

    A reminder of Course Syllabus Requirements in 2022: review new syllabus requirements on the campus website, safety guidelines, learning outcomes, send final revised syllabus, syllabus compliance reviews, textbook information

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

Prepare to Teach

Learn about the many opportunities to develop course content to prepare your students for the challenges of their careers.

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Engage Students

Students learn more, have more fun, and develop more confidence in themselves and their instructors when they are highly engaged.

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Teach Inclusively

The Wisconsin School of Business values diversity and inclusion, and strives to improve access and engagement for all.

WSB’s Vision for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion 

Dynamic Teaching Solutions

We learn all the time that we need to adapt to changes that are often unseen. Teaching and Learning Support can help you adapt to dynamic teaching pressures

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