Our Mission

UF’s Center for Teaching Excellence promotes student success through transformative learning environments. We invite instructors and graduate students to connect with us, explore innovative strategies, and share best practices that support quality and inclusive teaching for the benefit of all students.

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Interface 2024

The Interface Teaching Conference provides faculty, staff, TAs, GAs, and post-docs with new strategies for great teaching and learning through interactive breakout sessions. The next conference will take place on April 17, 2024 at Emerson Alumni Hall!

Research in Teaching and Learning (RiTL) Symposium

Please join us April 25, 2024 for the second UF RiTL (Research in Teaching and Learning) symposium.


Check out the Teaching Beyond the Podium Podcast page to view transcripts and learn more about our featured guests!

Upcoming Events


12apr10:40 am12:10 pmGetting Started with AI In Teaching and Learning: Assessments 

18apr11:45 pm12:45 pmEvaluation and Feedback 

19apr9:35 pm10:35 pmCreating Global Classrooms Through Virtual Exchange 

23apr12:00 pm12:30 pmTEACHING SPARKS SERIES: Broadening Student Choices for Creative Expression of Knowledge 


26augAll Day08sepEngaging Online Learners: 


26augAll Day08sepEngaging Online Learners: 

09sepAll Day22Creating Student-Centered Assignments: 

23sepAll Day06octAccessible Online Environments:


23sepAll Day06octAccessible Online Environments:

07octAll Day20Utilizing Active Learning: 

21octAll Day10novUsing Rubrics and Feedback:


21octAll Day10novUsing Rubrics and Feedback:

12novAll Day24Interpreting Course Analytics: 

View all events and workshops on the events and workshops page.


I started my complex analysis class, with 19 students enrolled, and a couple of them told me my website contains the best Canvas shells they have ever seen. Thank you so much, and I would’ve never been able to do it without your help!

Luca Fabrizio Di Cerbo, UF Assistant Professor


I just wanted to thank you for this semester. Preparing Future Faculty has given me so much useful information about my career possibilities that I gained a lot of confidence and desire to explore what I’ll do next. More importantly, you all are such an amazing group of people. I felt very much affirmed and encouraged in what I do. There are no words to express enough gratitude for that.

Alberto De SimoniAlberto De Simoni, UF Graduate Student