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Considering a new approach to a course you teach? Want to use new technology to enhance student learning? The Office of Academic Innovation and Distance Education (AIDE) can help.
Areas of Expertise
Individual consultations with faculty offer an opportunity to explore new ways to enhance student learning.
We host workshops on teaching and learning to keep faculty apprised of current research.
MENTORING NEW FACULTY
Partnering new faculty with formal mentors can help them make the transition to their new role and environment.
We can train you how to effectively use instructional technology in the classroom and online.
We assist with course innovations that include activity development and multimedia design.
CLASSROOM FOCUS GROUPS
Let us help you conduct classroom focus groups to provide annonymous feedback on student concerns.
Classroom Observations includes in-person observations, video recording, and confidential feedback on presentation skills and classroom management.
We use Quality Matters to review and improve online courses.