Lessons from SIT2021

The Summer Institute on Teaching 2021 took place June 2nd and 3rd was held virtually, but still brought our teaching community together in a big way. SIT 2021 by the numbers: 306 Unique registrants 67 Facilitators across 19 unique sessions 286 Unique attendees across...

Online Teaching Service Options Fall 2021

Course Modality and Service Options As the UD campus increases the number of in-person classes for fall, you may be wondering which tools and resources are available for which modalities. The table below lists the different services available for each course modality....

Get Set for SIT: Preparation for our Program

Read, explore new tools, and hear from one of our speakers Both of our keynote speakers have new books out! Get your copy of our speaker’s books, either in digital or hard copy. Remi Kalir’s book Annotation was just published with MIT Press. Get a hard copy here. ...

OER Grant Opportunity

Are you interested in reducing course material costs? Are you teaching in an upcoming semester? Consider applying for the Library, Museums and Press’s  Open and Affordable Teaching Materials grants! You’ll get great support from the Faculty Commons partners throughout...

Interview with Remi Kalir

Remi Kalir on Annotation This year’s Summer Institute on Teaching features two keynote speakers: Dr. Susan Blum (Professor of Anthropology at Notre Dame and editor of Ungrading: Why Rating Students Undermines Learning) and Dr. Remi Kalir (Assistant Professor of...

CommonNotes March 2021

ICYMI There are several notes and FYIs you won’t want to miss! SIT CFP  The Summer Institute on Teaching is seeking session proposals from all who teach at UD! Submit your session ideas by Monday, March 29th.  The UD Online Testing Center is accepting instructor...