Do you have an outside-of-the-box challenge that needs an outside-of-the-box solution? The CTE team can help!

Micah JenkinsAffordability

Textbook affordability consultations are for school directors, department chairs, faculty, and staff who would like to learn more about adopting or creating affordable course materials. These consultations can help you lower publisher textbook costs, adapt existing open access textbooks, or develop new materials. Meet with Micah Jenkins, eText Coordinator at the Center for Teaching Excellence to answer your affordability questions. iClicker Cloud consultations are also available. Meet with Micah!

John JordiData Analytics

Would you be interested in learning more about how to use data effectively in your course? UF faculty have access to several tools such as Canvas Analytics + Quiz Statistics, the UF Learning Analytics (LeAD) dashboard, as well as the new GatorEvals course evaluation system. Meet with John Jordi, Instructional Assessment Coordinator at the Center for Teaching Excellence, to discuss areas you would like to explore within data analytics. Meet with John!

Nikki LyonsOnline Course Reviews

Are you puzzled about the course review process and how it works? Do you have an amazing online course you would like to earn an award or course designation for? Meet with Nikki Lyons, Quality Assurance Coordinator at the Center for Teaching Excellence, to discuss UF + Quality Matters, 2020 Accelerated Course Reviews, Pathways to Online Teaching Excellence Course Reviews, and using the ProposalSpace tool. Meet with Nikki!

Jennifer SmithOnline and Onsite Teaching Help

Consult with Jennifer Smith, Director for the Center for Teaching Excellence, for help with course design and effective discussions as well as creative assignments and assessments. She can help you to improve equity and inclusion through transparent assignment design. Meet with Jennifer for assistance with Canvas and Design Tools!

Alexandra Bitton-BaileyTeaching Strategy

Teaching strategy consultations are for faculty who are either planning a new course, redesigning an existing course, or teaching the course this semester. You can request a teaching consultation at any time in the semester and for any type of course. The process for consultations will depend on your specific needs. Meet with Alexandra!