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Nov. 6th's Friday Roundtable: Election Effects - Teaching and Talking about the Current Moment With Your Students

If you are concerned about the impacts of the upcoming election on student concentration, learning, and classroom community, join CTAL and OEI for an informal space to discuss concerns and approaches.
Note: This is an updated topic than what was previously advertised.

Now Available!

A Self-Paced Option for Teaching Online Now (SPOT-ON) is a
course design program that is now available as an “open” Canvas course.
To access the content in this course, click the button below!

Connect and reflect with your colleagues!

Fall 2020 is like no other. Teaching Tea Time is a welcoming Zoom space for all who teach to check-in and share how teaching is going.


  • Friday October 16th, 3:30-4:30 register
  • Friday November 13th, 3:30-4:30 register

As the University of Delaware continues to address the impacts COVID-19 is having on our campus, many instructors are questioning how to teach and assess learning effectively in an online environment. CTAL and our Faculty Commons Partners are prepared to help!   

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NOTE: CTAL staff will be unavailable for consultations or scheduled meetings during the following periods: November 21-November 29 and December 19th- January 3rd. Instructors seeking support for Winter session courses (beginning January 4th) are strongly encouraged to set up an appointment as soon as possible to ensure that a member of our team will be able to assist them.

We foster an inclusive culture of evidence-based teaching and learning across the University by inspiring effective teaching and assessment using high-impact strategies, tools, and collaborations.

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