USF TEAch Resource Library
Welcome! The USF TEAch Resource Library offers resources for faculty interested in exploring different ways to design your course, engage and assess your students. This library centralizes different resources from multiple outlets within USF that will hopefully provide you with the tools to apply a certain technique to your course.
There are three categories to explore:
- Teaching: Want to design your course a little differently? Explore different ways to deliver your content such as Flipping your class and learn more about making your course content accessible to all types of learners by applying Universal Design Principles.
- Engaging: Is it challenging to engage your students in class? Take a look at some engagement activities such as continuing in class discussions to Canvas Discussion Boards to provide another way for students to engage and contribute to the conversation.
- Assessing: How do you know your students comprehend your course concepts and content? Try a new way to assess your students by using a Rubric to review student presentations or participation in a discussion board.
Choose an area to explore!
Explore strategies and examples for designing your course by navigating through the categories below.
Instructional Design Toolbox
These are a series of topics related to instructional design to enhance the design of your course.
Teaching Through Emergencies
Are you prepared to continue teaching your courses in the event of campus closures and other unforeseeable emergencies? Explore tools on implementing online coursework and supporting instructional continuity. Read through our resources »
Universal Design for Learning Series
Universal Design for Learning is a holistic, flexible approach to developing a modern curriculum that meets the various needs of all your students. Explore what you can do to promote accessible learning in your classroom. Explore the UDL Series »
Nuts and Bolts of Course Design
In this four-episode podcast series, you will tinker with the nuts and bolts of effective and efficient course design. Hear more about best practices in developing an engaging and outcome-oriented curriculum. Tune in to the podcast »
Students have experienced confusion and frustration at the inconsistent format of Canvas pages across different courses and instructors. Check out the Dons Template — your intuitive and hassle-free solution to Canvas. Learn more about the Dons Template »
Room for Growth!
If there is a technique you are currently using and would like to share it with the USF Teaching Community, please submit your suggestion so we can all continue to learn how to enhance teaching for student learning.