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Early-Career Instructors
Early Career Instructors are defined as pre-tenure instructors (clinical-track, tenure-track, lecturers, and adjuncts) in their first three years of teaching at The University of Iowa.
GUIDE
Extraordinary Teaching Project
The Extraordinary Teaching Project showcases the rich array of pedagogies and teaching philosophies University of Iowa instructors incorporate into their teaching.
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UI CS Performing Robots
In an extraordinary collaboration, the three credit-hour “Dancing Robots” and “Robot Theater” classes have provided UI students and instructors with unusual cross-discipline opportunities.
SERVICE
Center for Teaching
The Center for Teaching exists to support excellence in teaching and learning through institutes, workshops, programs and one-on-one consultation. We offer support and resources for any instructor, administrator or staff member involved in teaching and learning at the University of Iowa.
COMMUNITY
Faculty
Navigate the OTLT website through the Faculty audience page to learn about support and opportunities for Faculty.
EXAMPLE
Big Ideas Courses
Big Ideas (BI) Courses are general education courses centered on themes rather than individual disciplines. These courses are team-taught across an array of disciplines, departments, and even colleges.
SERVICE
About Us
The Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology (OTLT) supports, develops, and encourages faculty and TA professional teaching and learning strategies, including support for a wide variety of instructional technology solutions and expert assessment consulting and resources.
BEST PRACTICE
ACE Online - Best Practices
Best practices to help keep healthy response rates and guide students to answer questions honestly on the ACE online course evaluations.
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Student FAQs about ACE Online
A list of frequently asked questions from students about ACE Online. This is a great resource for faculty to have on hand in the event a student asks.
COMMUNITY
Unizin
Unizin has been created to help member universities and subscribers customize and unify a wide range of tools for online learning and digital course management. It will support services for educational content, software platforms, and analytics.
SERVICE
Classroom Observation
Classrooms observations are a service provided by the Center for Teaching upon an instructor's request. Staff will attend a class to observe and provide feedback to instructors on a variety of topics such as student interaction with instructors, classroom delivery style and use of teaching technologies. This service is voluntary and confidential.