Course Development and Teaching
Listed below are links to resources to help you develop and teach your courses.
Please make sure that you include all of the information outlined in the course information policy when preparing syllabi and course materials.
The CTI provides resources and support through many venues such as workshops, presentations, week-long institutes, and year-long programs.
CTL is a fully faculty driven initiative that connects faculty with mentors, coordinates book readings and provides avenues for open discussions about teaching, learning and service to the community.
The instructional media center (IMC) supports faculty, students and staff who wish to use presentation technology to enrich learning in teaching and instructional settings.
The library offers a wide array of research tools and resources.
Academic technologies encompasses all the technology and support that are used in the classroom. Support is available to learn experiment and implement technology in the classroom.
For information regarding planning and running an academic travel program please contact David Crane at 978.542.8036 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The link above will take you to the necessary university travel forms.
The first-year experience lays the foundation for students’ success in academic, intellectual, social, and civic endeavors throughout their undergraduate career.