Teaching Online: GET STARTED

These tools and support units are here to make the most of your online teaching.

Online Program Development Playbook

The UD guide to take an idea for an online program from concept to completion.

Essential Skills for Online Teaching

A short, four-to-six-hour, self-paced course that tours the competencies required to be successful in teaching online.

Course Design Review: Online Courses

The UD course-level review tool for improving instructional design and accessibility.

Innovative Teaching Strategies

This 4-week online course explores UD supported technologies and methods for teaching fully online, in person, or a combination.

IT Academic Technology Services (IT-ATS) helps faculty and all those who teach at the University of Delaware improve teaching and learning through the effective application of technology. We provide personal assistance for in-class instruction and online learning. We are available at the virtual welcome bar in Zoom or in person in Pearson Hall.
Your colleagues at CTAL are available to discuss teaching and learning in your courses, in your department or in your college, and to work with you to achieve the learning goals and outcomes that are important to you and your students. Our services include: one-on-one consultations, programs/workshops, consultations on the development of courses and programs, and guidance on their assessment.
In academic spaces and beyond, it is crucial to give students opportunities to explore how and why information is created and the ways in which information can be thoughtfully and ethically used. The UD Library, Museums and Press offers robust instruction focused on enhancing the curriculum of the University of Delaware and encouraging a critical engagement with all types of information resources.
Our goal is to provide you with the support you need to make online learning work effectively for you and your students. Professional and Continuing Studies offers support for designing and developing online courses. For more information or a consultation, please contact us.
An archived version (no longer updated) of the 2020-2021 Teaching Online website will remain available for reference until December 31, 2022.

Visit the Archived Version of 2020-2021 Teaching Online Website.

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