Instructional Guide (Word): this packet includes the syllabus template with PPPM banner and basic information including sample syllabus language and sample grading rubrics, for consistency of design and clarity of instructor expectations of the student. As of 2016 new information to include in syllabus includes Equity Initiatives , cover info, and Duty to Report
New Hire Instructional Faculty Information (PDF): how to get started in your teaching term with PPPM.
Getting Connected (PDF): For new hire faculty, including adjuncts, on DuckWeb and PAC.
UO Business Cards: For new hire tenure-track faculty and GTFs, how to order business cards online from the UO Printing Department. See Zudegi Giordano in Room 119A Hendricks Hall, email@example.com
Teaching Effectiveness Program (TEP): The Teaching Effectiveness Program offers a variety of activities and services supporting the academic community in its focus on teaching and learning, such as obtaining feedback on teaching performance and improving undergraduate instruction. TEP services are free to all who teach— faculty members, graduate teaching fellows (GTFs), staff and university departments. All consultations and midterm feedback services are confidential. TEP's IT support staff are available to assist instructors in exploring different potential technologies that create useful and productive student learning experiences. Basic teacher training and teacher training for those teaching large classes is available each term. We can custom-design trainings to meet the needs of a department and we are open to suggestions on training topics from anyone with instructional responsibilities.
Center for Media and Education: The UO Libraries Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) provides classroom design and equipment distribution services to support the instructional technology needs of the university community. We also provide circulation and delivery of portable equipment to classrooms, and technology support to faculty and staff using our systems. See what technology is already included in your classroom here.
Getting Equipment for Your Class if the room does not already provide it (except laptops): Equipment from the Media Services Department is only available for CRN-related work. It's best to request the equipment be delivered to your classroom and have the tech person help you set up. And arrange for them to return to pick up the equipment so you don't have to do it. You will need to get to your classroom about 10 minutes early, and after class stay with the equipment until the tech person picks it up.
Rooms and Special Study Spaces: The Library provides some rooms faculty and GTFs may reserve for group discussions and break-out sessions.
Video Conferencing: The Library provides video conferencing. You can also arrange video conferencing for a class in Lawrence Hall specifically through the School of AAA instructional technology folks. Contact Gary Sullivan.
This page has been updated July 19, 2016