Explore university-wide resources that advance teaching and learning. Select a resource to learn more.
The Canvas Studio is a resource filled with templates, ideas, and pro tips for creating new Canvas courses or enhancing an existing course.
The Teaching Online Series provides self-paced topics you can work through such as online presence, syllabi, visual design, accessibility, course management, and more.
Faculty media production spaces allow you to create broadcast-quality video in a professional, user-friendly environment.
IU eTexts delivers access to online interactive textbooks, online homework tools, simulations, and open educational resources.
Accessibility.IU provides support and services to all IU campuses for creating an equal and inclusive environment.
KeepTeaching.IU provides resources to take your class online in the event of an unexpected class disruption caused by campus closure or other emergency.
Collaboration Technologies offers a variety of videoconferencing and streaming services to support digital collaboration and distance education.
JoSoTL is a a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by FACET that publishes data-driven studies, case studies, and essays on effective practices in teaching and learning.
These recommendations can serve as a set of university-wide guidance and expectations for implementation at the campus, school, and department levels.
IU's distinguished teaching awards call attention to the importance of teaching and recognize those who have demonstrated excellence in a wide range of pedagogical activities.
Indiana University and each campus supports faculty efforts to develop and implement innovative courses and teaching-related practices.
Digital Measures-Activity insight is designed to organize, manage, and report on faculty activities and CV data. The one.iu landing page includes screen shots and links to other help resources.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kennesaw State University maintains an extensive listing of teaching journals browsable by discipline and topic. You can also link to a thorough catalogue of teaching conferences.