List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students
The List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students for the Spring 2023 semester is now available. If your course is missing, check your instructor report against the criteria in the list. At least five students must have completed the relevant item(s) and you must have released your name and course for inclusion on the list if you qualify. For questions or corrections, please email email@example.com or call +1 (217) 244-3846.
Free Data & Analytics Consulting Services Available for Fall 2023
Do you need help with data, troubleshooting code, statistical analyses, or survey research? Consulting and workshops are open to campus on the following: Stata, SAS, ATLAS.ti, SPSS, R, Python, Qualtrics, and Alchemer. All services are free through a partnership with CITL, the Library of Scholarly Commons, and Tech Services. For open consulting hours and workshop registration, visit our CITL Data Analytics Services website.
Drop-in hours on Zoom and in person: 10 am-5 pm M, T, W, Th 10 am-5 pm and F 1pm-5-pm. Register for a workshop
Register Now for the Fall 2023 MCOT Cohort
CITL's Master Course in Online Teaching (MCOT) is a deep-dive into online teaching strategies that goes beyond earlier summer teaching institutes. Prior participation in an instructional development series is not required but professional experience with university-level instruction is strongly encouraged. MCOT provides an opportunity for social learning and networking with a supportive interdisciplinary learning community.
The MCOT Canvas Course includes four live Zoom sessions scheduled for Wednesdays from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. beginning October 18th. Certificates will be presented to those who complete all course requirements. Register here to join the fall 2023 cohort.
CITL Upgrades GenAI Resources to Empower Faculty and Students
CITL has recently enhanced our GenAI resources to better support our faculty and students as they face the constantly evolving landscape of GenAI in higher education. Our aim is to foster a vibrant teaching and learning community where individuals can explore more GenAI and investigate its potential impact on their instructional and learning approaches. Our services include training and consultation, easy access to the most recent AI tools and teaching resources, as well as opportunities for learning from and collaborating within our Illinois community.
Introducing CITL’s New Universal Design for Learning Team!
Looking to enhance the accessibility and inclusivity of your course and teaching? CITL's Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Team of dedicated experts is here to help. Our UDL Team can assist you in implementing UDL principles to create more inclusive, accessible, and effective learning experiences for your students.
The UDL Team can help you:
- Improve the accessibility of your online course and course content.
- Reduce barriers in instruction to foster a more inclusive learning environment.
- Diversify how students engage with you, their peers, and your course content.
- Provide flexibility in assessing students' knowledge and skills.
- Tailor course content to support students’ learning styles and abilities.
- Design activities and assessments that address students’ diverse learning strategies.
Our UDL Team can start small and focus on one aspect of your course (like your syllabus or a single assignment), or we can consider your entire course or program. Whatever your needs or interests, take that important first step and reach out to us at CITL-UDLTeam@illinois.edu. Let’s work together to create a more accessible, inclusive, and engaging learning experience for your students!