TRANSITIONING TO TEACHING ONLINE DUE TO COVID-19
The staff at CAT have worked quickly to pull together essential resources for TAs to aid in the transition to teaching online. As such, this is not a complete guide, but a living breathing document that will be updated regularly as new resources come online, and as new questions and needs arise. If you have suggestions for additions or specific questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
The following are offices and programs that support graduate student TAs by helping them improve and expand their teaching skills.
Support for teaching
CEILS provides educational tools and assessment resources to support inclusive classrooms in the life and physical sciences.Center for Community Learning (CCL)
CCL supports service learning, internships, and other community-based education programs.
EPIC offers programs and resources to strengthen humanities pedagogy.Humanities Technology (HumTech) (formerly the Center for Digital Humanities)
Provides support and resources to improve humanities teaching with the use of technology and digital resources.Writing Programs
Offers Graduate Certificate in Writing Pedagogy. Also provides information about courses for International Teaching Assistants.
Grading and Assessment Resources
Resource to help instructors navigate the student conduct policy regarding academic integrity.
Manages collaborations across schools and departments and provides grade management tools.
Increases accessibility of computer software and information. Accomodations are facilitated by Center for Accessible Education.
Provides instructors ways to incorporate media into the curriculum beyond classroom time.
Allows instructors to access class rosters, email enrolled students, manage grades and TurnItIn services.
Provides services related to instructional media and technology.