- “Active Learning” and “Pedagogy & Strategies” from Vanderbilt University
- “Active Learning” and “Engaged Learning” from the University of Michigan
- Browse faculty posts about Active Learning from the A&S Teaching Hub
- “Active Learning Strategies in Face-to-Face Courses”
- “How to Hold a Better Class Discussion”
- Academic Misconduct
- UA defines academic misconduct, provides a disciplinary policy, and offers policies and procedures for students. Check with your college for how to report suspected academic misconduct.
- UA teachers discuss academic integrity on the A&S Teaching Hub.
- “A Positive Approach to Academic Integrity” from Ohio State University offers background and tips for helping students avoid academic misconduct.
- The University of Chicago discusses what frequently causes academic dishonesty and offers strategies for preventing it.
- Distressed Students
- The UA Counseling Center offers guidance for identifying and helping students in distress. See Resources on the UATA website for additional places that will support you and your students.
- Additional Resources
Online Learning and Other Contexts
- Browse faculty posts about Online Learning from the A&S Teaching Hub
- “Specific Contexts” from Vanderbilt University
- “Teaching Contexts” from the University of Michigan
Teaching With Technology
- UA’s Center for Instructional Technology offers playbooks, suggested tools and methods for different course types, as well as resources and training opportunities for the various teaching tools.
- Digital/online tools from the A&S Teaching Hub
- “Getting Started” from the University of Michigan
- “Integrating Technology” from Vanderbilt University