Campus Resources for Teaching and Learning
- Academic Calendar
- Academic Code
- Academic Services for Student Athletes (ASSA) – If you teach varsity athletes ASSA (631-5585) will ask to be informed on student progress.
- Bookstore – Textbook orders can be made online or by contacting Bob Thompson (631-8235) email@example.com.
- Bulletins of Information
- The Center for Social Concerns (CSC) supports community-based learning, community-based research and service learning initiatives with consultative support, awards, and grants.
- The Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures (CSLC) supports language and cultural acquisition through a broad array of programs including Peer Tutoring, Summer Language Abroad, and English for Academic Purposes.
- The Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) promotes the intellectual development of our undergraduates through scholarly engagement, research, creative endeavors, and the pursuit of fellowships.
- Class Search
- Class Times
Computing and Online Teaching/Learning
- The Learning Technology Lab offers consultation and collaboration on the effective integration of technologies and maintains the NspireD2 blog to keep up with learning technology news.
- The Office of Digital Learning brings together the many existing resources, programs, and offices tasked with developing digital learning content and fostering innovative teaching and learning at Notre Dame.
- The Office of Information Technologies (OIT) is the central agency that supports computing on campus.
- OIT Help Desk (631-8111).
- OIT's Academic Technologies Services team identifies and facilitates the adoption of emerging technologies that advance teaching, learning, and research.
- In-class tech support - classroom technology
- College of Arts and Letters Teaching Resources
- Course Design Resources - a collection of materials from our "Teaching Well by Design" workshop.
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- Course Instructor Feedback (CIF) Information and Reports. For help interpreting your reports or utilizing them for improvement contact the Kaneb Center at 631-9146 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Packet Creation
- Design, Copy & Logistic (DCL) Services
- Fedex Office - 18 LaFortune Student Center (631-6671)
- Mendoza Faculty Support Center - 338 MCoB (631-9102)
- Disability Services – Sara Bea Disability Services coordinates the process by which qualified students with disabilities can request and receive reasonable accommodations.
- du Lac: A Guide to Student Life
- Faculty Handbook
- First Year of Study serves as the college for all incoming students, regardless of their intended program.
- The Graduate Student Union (GSU) exists to improve the quality of life for all graduate students at the University, both in the classroom, laboratory, and library and in everyday life.
- Library Resources
- Policies – the authoritative source for all University policies.
Registrar – Consult the Registrar's Departments & Faculty Resources page or call (631-7043) for information on grade reporting,the academic calendar, classroom requests, commencement, etc.
- The Writing Center offers one-on-one feedback on writing projects and oral presentations.
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