As we near the midway point in the semester, please keep in mind that UHS mental health services are available, confidential, easy to start, and no cost. The information below can help you connect students with these important resources.
Do you feel unprepared when asked to write letters of recommendation for your students? Are you uncertain about how much to say, how many details to include, or what tone to take? This online, asynchronous …
The Public History Project developed these teaching guides to provide educators with resources about historical moments of discrimination and resistance at the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus.
UW-Madison Libraries, in collaboration with the Writing Center, the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, and International Student Services, have made significant updates to an online tutorial that helps students understand and avoid plagiarism.
Whether you’re looking for some quick tips, a chance to enhance your skills or one-on-one support, you’ll find it in these fall teaching and learning resources. Get help with Canvas and other tech, writing assignments, course discussions, inclusive syllabi and more.
The Discussion Project is a professional development series designed to strengthen UW–Madison’s capacity to create welcoming, engaging, and academically rigorous classroom environments by better engaging students in classroom discussions.
CTLM is adopting design thinking as a key strategy for shaping its work across campus advancing the craft of teaching.
UW–Madison Libraries offers a new resource for instructors seeking to deepen students’ understanding of plagiarism and how and why to avoid it. Check out the Intro to Plagiarism Tutorial.