Academic Technology Solutions, the Chicago Center for Teaching, and the University of Chicago Library have designed a program of workshops to help instructors prepare to teach in a remote/hybrid modality.
Remote and Hybrid Teaching
In the two-week period beginning Monday, June 7, Academic Technology Solutions will be offering a wide variety of workshops to help you prepare for Summer Quarter 2021. Whether you are just getting started with remote/hybrid teaching, or whether you would like to...
Graduate Students and Postdocs, would you like to gain experience in digital pedagogy, help promote pedagogically sound use of educational technology at UChicago, and get ready to teach blended or fully-online courses? We are hiring a Digital Pedagogy Fellow for the...
Leslie Rogers, Assistant Professor in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics and the College, used a Voices blog in her Fall 2020 undergraduate/graduate course “Order of Magnitude Astrophysics” as a tool to introduce her students to problem solving. In the...
ATS will continue piloting Hypothesis — open-source software that allows for collaborative annotation on online documents such as web pages and PDFs — through the end of Autumn Quarter 2020. Hypothesis is integrated with Canvas. Faculty and instructors can request to join the pilot for their courses by filling out the Join the Hypothesis Pilot Form. To learn more about Hypothesis at UChicago, see: Use the Hypothesis-Canvas Integration.
Academic Technology Solutions, the Chicago Center for Teaching, and the University of Chicago Library have designed workshops to help instructors prepare to teach in the Autumn Quarter. Faculty, instructors, teaching assistants, and support staff can register and view training at Teaching Remotely. Follow our recommended paths if you would like guidance on which workshops to attend.