James Lang, Associate Professor of English at Assumption College in Massachusetts, offers practical advice to fellow faculty members about how to prevent cheating by focusing on learning in Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty

August 2013

World events and popular culture contribute to the shaping of each generation of students, making their collective identity unique. How well do you know the undergraduate students you'll be teaching this year?

MyPLAN (My Personal Learning and Advising Network) is a campus-wide platform used for tracking student progress and facilitating student-instructor interactions at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Adapted with permission from an article by Rick Reis in Tomorrow’s Professor E-Mail Newsletter*

Taking Back the Classroom: Tips for the College Professor on Becoming a More Effective Teacher (Delaney Kirk, 2005, Tiberius Publications) was developed from questions and issues raised at workshops on classroom management that the a

All classroom instructors should be aware of Section 4.1 of the Bylaws of the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska, which requires instructors to “inform students

A course syllabus introduces both you and the subject to your students; communicates your goals and expectations; serves as official notice to students about course policies and requirements; and functions as a good learning tool.

Section 4.2 of the UNL Student Code of Conduct is specific about the importance of maintaining academic honesty and integrity in our classrooms.

Beginnings are important. Whether you’re teaching a large introductory course for freshmen or an advanced course in your major field, it makes  good sense to start the semester off well.