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    • 08/17/21 - COVID-19 Syllabus Language and Classroom Tips

      Dr. Sarah Daynes, Faculty Senate Chair, shares the following message including course-related resources, for faculty heading into the Fall 2021 semester: (Read More…)

    • 01/04/21 - Watch UTLC’s Interviews with Instructors on Hybrid and Hyflex Teaching

      Teaching a hybrid or hyflex course takes some planning before the semester begins. To help you prepare, the UTLC asked eight UNCG instructors questions regarding their recent experiences teaching in either hybrid or hyflex format. Learn more and watch the videos today!

    • 12/02/20 - Workshops and Drop-In Consultations Available in December and January

      Get a jump start on your spring semester! Join faculty and staff from around the campus for live, one-on-one consultations or whole group workshops and webinars on topics ranging from engagement to academic integrity. For more information visit to find out what’s available during the weeks of December 7, December 14, and January 4. Hope to see you there!

    • 11/17/20 - Online Learning Consortium offering free resources and hosting a free virtual event Dec 7-11

      The Online Learning Consortium is offering a free resources including a downloadable ”
      Faculty Playbook” about delivering high-quality instruction online in response to COVID-19, and a week-long virtual event from Dec 7 – 11, 2020. (Read More…)

    • 11/03/20 - Attend “Making online video platforms accessible for everyone” workshop on Nov 5 at 12PM

      Did you know that UNCG’s most commonly used platforms have features that will make posting videos and hosting virtual meetings more accessible to everyone? Join Melanie Eley and Audrey Bryk-Lee for this online workshop on Thursday, November 5 from 12PM to 12:30PM where they will show you how to use these features, and will specifically cover the following topics (Read More…)

    • 09/25/20 - Promote Academic Integrity by Reimagining Assessments

      Assessing students at a distance doesn’t have to require setting time limits on quizzes or proctoring online exams. From self-assessment to peer review to discussions to low-stakes exams there are many different ways to reimagine assessments and promote academic integrity. For more information check out the strategies on this site and this recent Chronicle article on student assessments.

    • 09/02/20 - UNC System offering Designing Effective Online Courses workshop in Oct and Nov

      This fall the UNC System is offering Designing Effective Online Courses, an online workshop to support faculty and staff across the System in moving their courses to an online format. The first workshop starts Oct 5 and the second begins on Nov 30. Registration is now open. The workshop is free, but space is limited, and registration is required. (Read More…)

    • 08/31/20 - Fall 2020 Teaching and Learning COVID Response Check-in Survey

      As we continue to work to best support you in the evolving circumstances related to our collective response to COVID-19, we would appreciate your feedback on what is working and what could be improved. This brief survey asks about your experiences with teaching and learning support since March. (Read More…)

    • 08/24/20 - The Office of General Counsel posts message on recording of virtual meetings and classes

      Read the Office of General Counsel’s message on the application of public records law and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) to video platform recordings.

    • 07/24/20 - COVID-19 Syllabus Statement

      To provide guidance to students on behaviors that limit the spread of COVID-19 please review and add this statement to your syllabus.