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2015 Summer Faculty Development Conference

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Founders' Day Breakfast

Breakfast honoring 2015 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching award winners sponsored by the Burnett Honors College and the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.

 

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 addenda to the print version are available at the link below.

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


Canvas Financial Aid Requirement

Beginning in the Fall 2014 semester, UCF must 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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Faculty Spotlight View Other Award Winners

Barry Mauer
College of Arts and Sciences Barry   Mauer A university does not just teach salable skills. It should do that, but more importantly it teaches methods that lead to self-knowledge, critical thinking, citizenship--defined in its broadest sense as responsibility for one's locality, state, nation, and globe--and literacy, which is the ability to read and w...

Alisha Janowsky
College of Sciences Alisha Janowsky A student should never leave a psychology course bored...period. My job is to teach human behavior—that cannot be boring! Like everyone else, students are naÏve psychologists with their own intuitions about why people act as they do. Whether teaching large classes, online classes, or small seminars,...

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