Zoom For Teaching and Learning
Use Zoom to meet with classes, groups of students, and hold office hours, as well as record course content for students to watch and learn from, this can offer more flexibility for their schedules, careful re-watching, and mental health. Here are tips on using Zoom for better learner experience: UW–Madison Zoom Tips & Training. Log into your UW-Madison Zoom Dashboard for more settings than are available in Canvas.
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
Updates and New Information
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…
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.
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.
Timely Teaching Posts
“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.
WSB branded video assets distinguish WSB videos from other content with which students interact. Adding branding to videos and other media adds value to your course, reinforces pride in our institution, and amplifies the WSB brand. Download Instructional Video Assets Branded video assets include a short intro and outro to bookend your videos, UW crest…
The Course Success Self-Review is an anonymous and quick survey tool for instructors. It is intended to help instructors strengthen the design and delivery of their courses, leading to better learning and student satisfaction. These recommendations are relevant to instruction regardless of modality: online, face-to-face and blended.
Teaching and Learning Support
Teaching and Learning Support is here to help you develop, improve, and troubleshoot your course curriculums. As you have questions or challenges email email@example.com