This new General Education Program is built on student learning outcomes that answer the fundamental question,
What should all undergraduate students — irrespective of their majors and career aspirations — know or be able to do upon graduation?
Contact: Nancy Mitchell
E-mail support for those using Blackboard to enhance teaching and learning. Join the Blackboard users' email listserv by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the phrase
subscribe bb-user in the body of the email.
Contact: Paul Erickson
An online calendar featuring events which support teaching and instructional development.
Organize Winter Interim Teaching Workshop each January. Host teaching-related seminars and pre-tenure workshops.
Contact: John Markwell
Digital Library Resources for Teaching
Assist instructors in using digital library resources effectively, particularly through Blackboard.
Assist faculty and students in creating, locating and using multimedia.
Partner with faculty and staff at UNL to develop new and exciting active learning environments.
Contact: Robert Losee
Enable faculty to make course materials available online 24/7.
Contact: Chanty Stovall
Interactive, flexible, 24/7, web-based assessment via a system that delivers homework, quizzes, and tests online.
Assist faculty in planning, designing, and delivering distance courses.
Prepare international graduate students to teach American undergraduates.
Contact: Laurie Bellows
Help graduate teaching assistants develop as teachers and scholars.
Contact: Laurie Bellows
Study, advise, and promote issues related to teaching and learning and learning with technology.
Contact: Ron Roeber
Develop, promote and support the use of technology for teaching and learning.
Contact: Bruce Sandhorst
SWAP Meets (Sharing Wisdom And Power in Technology) - Join the ITG instructors on the last Wednesday of every month from noon to 1:30 p.m. for the SWAP Meets. This brown-bag event is at the Nebraska Union at 14th & R Streets.
Provide faculty and staff development and consultation regarding rich media and new technology integration into their course work..
Contact: Todd Jensen
Support for faculty who are teaching online.
PEARL is an online software program that provides structure, resources, and guidance to help programs collect, analyze, and use data on student learning outcomes. It is housed through the Office of Undergraduate Studies.
Contact: Jessica Jonson
Support faculty in the development of a community of scholars who write about the intellectual work involved in teaching.
Provide doctoral students with opportunities to observe and experience faculty responsibilities at a variety of academic institutions.
Serve as a resource for faculty and staff who work with students with disabilities.
Contact: Veva Cheney
Free software training for students - office software, web design, graphics, statistics, My.UNL, and more.
Contact: Andrew Frye
Encourage and support efforts to improve instruction and learning at all levels at UNL.
Contact: Dave Wilson
Workshops, Tutorials, documentation, consulting, and help with instructional technology.
Contact: Ranelle Maltas
Provide peer mentors to faculty teaching large first-year courses.