TeachingSupport@UMN units have additional resources available to address your teaching and learning needs.
Academic Technology Support Services
Canvas Events, trainings and workshops (ATSS) - These events are focused on learning how to use Canvas effectively for your teaching.
UMN Canvas Learning Center (ATSS) - This online resource is your one-stop-shop for learning how to use Canvas at your own pace.
Academic Video Production (ATSS) - Media specialists are available to work with faculty and instructional staff to produce videos for courses or other academic projects, including: lectures, interviews and on location demonstrations.
Center for Educational Innovation
Teaching resources (CEI) - Multimedia teaching guides provide research-based and practical instructional support you can implement on your own.
Teaching related services for faculty and instructors (CEI) - Consultations on pedagogy, course and curricular design, and educational research; faculty cohort programs; workshops; and graduate student preparation for teaching.
Professional development for teaching online (CEI) - These include resources for developing online courses and programs.
Disability Resource Center
Training Request Form (DRC) - Complete this form to request a training consultation.
Instruction and Learning in the Libraries - Learn about how the Libraries can support your teaching including course-integrated instruction sessions, assignment consultations, and more.
Tutorials, Guides, and In Person Workshops (Libraries) - Find face-to-face workshops, recorded workshops, guides and more from the Libraries.
eLearning at the University Libraries - Learn how the Libraries can help you find, explore, and use affordable content for your course.
Partnership for Affordable Content (Libraries) - Learn more about incentive grants that help you transition to affordable content in your course.
University Libraries Workshops - Find workshops to JumpStart Your Research (for students) and on tools - Zotero, EndNote, Mendeley, Virtual Reality, 3D Printing and a range of Makerspace/Breakerspace activities, or How to Format a Dissertation or Give Your Best Presentation (for students).