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2017 Living Learning Partner Awards

Outstanding faculty recognized by Housing and Residence Life for their contributions to living and learning on campus. Faculty were nominated by the students living in each community.

Summer Faculty Development Conference

Learn More  about the Summer Faculty Development Conference.

Founders' Day Breakfast

Breakfast honoring 2017 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching award winners sponsored by the Burnett Honors College and the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.

2016 Digital Storytelling Workshop

3-day pilot project for the 2016 Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) co-hosted by the School of Visual Arts and Design and the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.

 

Resources for Faculty Using Adobe Creative Cloud Software

If you want to explore the use of Adobe software for the development of a personal project, the Faculty Center has Adobe Student Ambassadors who can help you! Whether you want to start from scratch or continue working on a complex multimedia project, these experts can give you guidance on everything from Spark, to Photoshop and Illustrator, to Premiere Pro, After Effects, and InDesign.

For inquiries and scheduling, send us a message specifying some details about your project and the software you'd like assistance with.


Teaching at UCF

This book provides an overview of the faculty support structure at UCF as well as introductory materials related to university teaching. It is a living document and is updated regularly. A print version of Teaching at UCF is available for new faculty members at the beginning of each fall semester, and any addenda to the print version will be available below.

Click here to download the digital copy of Teaching at UCF.

Click here to download the addenda to the earlier printed edition.


Critical University Policies for Faculty

This list of critical policies for university faculty is covered at New Faculty Orientation as well as adjunct and GTA orientations.


Canvas Financial Aid Requirement

Since the fall 2014 semester, UCF is required to comply with a federal financial aid regulation that states that in order to receive federal aid, students must be actively academically engaged (according to a federal definition) in each course in which they are enrolled. Without verification of this engagement, students will not receive their aid. Webcourses@UCF (Canvas) will analyze all student activity to determine which students have met the federal standard, and that information will be sent to the Office of Student Financial Aid for processing. Please see the Center for Distributed Learning's frequently asked questions about this requirement, as well as their overview page.


Technology Support at UCF

This page provides points of contact for various campus-, college-, and topic-specific technology support. Click here to learn more about technology support.


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Ann Marie Whyte
College of Business Administration Ann Marie   Whyte Consistent with my goal of becoming a more effective educator, my teaching style has evolved considerably over the years. I recognize that students learn in a variety of ways, and I seek to create a rich environment that is conducive to student learning. During the spring and summer semesters, I typically t...

Rudy McDaniel
College of Arts and Humanities Rudy McDaniel Father Guido Sarducci, a character famously portrayed by comedian Don Novello in the Saturday Night Live sketch The Five Minute University, makes the claim that the average college graduate remembers only five minutes worth of material five years after graduation. Rather than really learning, he says, these stude...

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