Resources to enhance your teaching and help you transition to different modes of instruction.
Policies, Guidelines, and Recommendations
- Class Recording Guidelines - These University guidelines should be followed when recording class lectures, presentations, and demonstrations.
- Guidance for Live Streaming vs. Recording Lectures (DOC) - This document gives instructors guidance for when to live stream lectures and when to record lectures, including the value of each and when each are appropriate.
- Instructional Materials for Students Studying Outside the U.S. (DOC) - Common issues and recommendations for instructors and students.
- Office Hours – Guidance for Instructors (DOC) - Guidelines and considerations for instructors to use when engaging with their students in office hours.
- Teaching Strategies for Instructor or Student Absences (PDF) - This guide is meant to assist instructors in continuing course delivery in case of necessary student or instructor absence in alignment with Senate policy 42-27, Class Attendance.
- Use of Webcams - Factors to consider regarding the use of webcams in courses offered through remote learning technologies.
Frequently Asked Questions
Review the following frequently asked questions about instruction and pedagogy. For additional information, read all frequently asked questions.
Instruction and Pedagogy
Instructors should set clear standards of behavior and communicate expectations early in the semester. If disruptive behavior occurs, you should confront the behavior. If the student continues to be disruptive, you should ask the student to leave the class, notify your unit head, and file a report online with the Office of Student Conduct. Additionally, staff in the Office of Student Conduct are available to discuss your concern at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Webinars designed to provide critical information to faculty and staff about instruction and pedagogy.