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Teaching

As a university whose first priority is teaching, DePaul offers a variety of resources to support the classroom and online experience, and to help faculty remain up-to-date with best practices so as to continually improve their craft. Everything from basic information for getting started teaching at DePaul, to links for online tools supporting your courses, to opportunities for advancing your skills, as well as offices that can help with particular aspects of your practice are available.

Online Resources

New to DePaul
The Teaching Commons
Libraries
Desire2Learn Course Management System (D2L)
Digication E-Portfolios
Academic Integrity

Faculty Development Programs

DePaul Online Teaching Series (DOTS)
Teaching & Learning Certificate Program
New Faculty Orientation in Autumn Quarter and Wrap-up Session in Spring Quarter
5th Year Workshop on Tenure and Promotion Materials

Offices Providing Support for Teaching

Teaching Commons
Libraries
The Learning Commons
Office of Faculty Development — Quality of Instruction Council
The Steans Center for Community-based Service Learning
University Center for Writing-based Learning
Science and Math Learning Center
Office of Students with Disabilities

Funding

Office of Research Services
Database Search
Office of Faculty Development — Quality of Instruction Council