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Course Planning and Contingency Preparedness

Please click the Instructor Guidance button for an overview of tools available to keep your class progressing no matter what instructional delivery challenges WVU may face. Be sure to follow us on social media for updates!

WVU Teaching and Learning Commons Presents
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Video Contest

For WVU Faculty and Instructors

The Teaching and Learning Commons is launching a contest to capture your voices on key teaching and learning issues! We're inviting faculty and instructors to provide short video responses (less than 2 minutes preferred) answering specific questions around teaching and learning during COVID-19.

Submission deadline is November 15th.

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Online Workshops and Events on Teaching and Learning

Mark your calendars and come join your peers at these informative sessions that are sure to spark ideas, stimulate discussions. and generate insights. For descriptions of the sessions and to register, visit our events page. We add events throughout the semester so be sure to check this page frequently for new opportunities.

You can also watch recordings of some workshops that took place earlier in the year.

WVU Teaching and Learning Commons Presents

Teaching Institutes

To help support WVU faculty and instructors with (re)designing their Fall 2020 courses, we have developed self-paced modules that cover a wide spectrum of instructional design topics. You will learn about strategies and tools available to help ensure a high-quality learning experience for your students. 

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We're Here to Help

The Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) provides teaching support and resources for faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. TLC staff collaborate with campus partners to assist instructors in enhancing their teaching tools, whether on campus or online, to deepen student learning.

Faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows may request assistance from the Teaching and Learning Commons staff. Some examples include course design, assessment consultations, infographics, videos, and classroom support.

Faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows may alternatively choose to collaborate with another faculty member or graduate student through the Peer Support of Teaching Program. Some examples of the services provided through this program include discussions of teaching and learning, classroom observations, and course reviews


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Upcoming Events and Workshops

Visit our Event and Workshop page or the full calendar to view all events