UNCG offers instructors many resources for the design and organization of their courses. Connect with one of our instructional support staff or utilize any of the following resources to enhance your course or expertise.
UNCG’s online hub for web accessibility support services and educational resources for faculty, staff, and students.
A self-paced module designed to help teachers learn how to use the Canvas Learning Management System (LMS) effectively in brick-and-mortar classrooms and online learning environments.
This website is designed as a copyright resource for UNCG faculty members concerned with copyright issues surrounding both teaching and research.
Available to all UNCG students, faculty, and staff free of charge. Choose from 16,000 on-demand courses comprised of bite-sized videos on a wide variety of topics. LIL is the perfect way to help you and your students enhance technical and soft skills through how-to videos, curated collections, and on-demand courses!
To support UNCG’s Microsoft 365 Adoption, on-demand resources and synchronous events can be found on the Technology Initiatives website as they are scheduled, curated, and shared.
Each level takes an increasingly deep dive to guide instructors through an online course design process to create a pedagogically-sound, technologically strong online course for an upcoming semester.
A resource for proctoring information at UNCG where you’ll find a selection of research insights regarding proctoring, policy information, and practical steps for setting up proctoring for your class.
A peer review process designed to certify the quality of online and blended courses. UNCG uses a checklist built around QM’s specific review standards. You can use this QM checklist to review your own online course before it goes live and mark which standards are met
Ready to Teach is an instructional suite of 30-minute modules designed to help instructors navigate the stages of online course development and teaching. Whether revamping a course you teach in a traditional classroom, starting from scratch, or just curious about the process, these modules will help instructors prepare to deliver the highest quality online courses.
A living document that provides a syllabi template with suggested statements and content.
UDOIT is a web accessibility application that scans your Canvas course, generates a report of accessibility issues that could impede your students’ ability to learn, and provides resources for addressing these issues.
On-demand teaching and course design guides on topics from high-impact practices to inclusive teaching and delivery to team-based learning.
This asynchronous, self-paced course is the first of three levels that focuses on making online content accessible for everyone. Level One participants will receive a badge and certificate upon completion.