Instructional support abounds at Penn State. If you have a question about teaching, there are many people who can help. These professionals include instructional consultants, learning designers, educational technologists, and librarians. You will find them in University-level units, on local campuses, and in our libraries. They consult on instructional technologies, course design, library and open educational resources, and more.

Centralized University Teaching Support for All Campuses

Information Technology, Learning and Development (ITLD)
Offering live and self-paced online training on all things IT-related, including Canvas, Kaltura, Office365 tools, and more.

Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence (SITE)
Supporting instructors in engaging students in learning, with expertise in course planning, motivating learning, assessing learning, large course instruction, mid-semester feedback, and more.

Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT)
Supporting instructors with innovative ideas to advance learning, such as immersive experiences, artificial intelligence, blended learning, 3D printing, collaborative learning, and more. Schedule a consultation with TLT.

Tech Tutors
Providing personalized consultations and technology assistance designed to support all Penn State students, faculty, and staff. Sessions are available in person or online via Zoom.


Penn State University Libraries
Offering course reserves, library instruction, interlibrary loan, adaptive technologies, and more. Ask a librarian your question by email or live chat.

Local Teaching Support

Find your local course liaison who can provide personalized consultations and support for delivering your courses.

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