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Assessment Of Teaching

New Assessment of Teaching Resources

The Teaching Center has developed resources to support recommendations made by the Provost’s Advisory Council on Instructional Excellence (ACIE) to improve and expand assessment of teaching. In addition to the existing library of resources on assessment of teaching and student…

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Where Do My Zoom Meetings Go Infographic. Full Details Follow.

Zoom Meeting Recordings Stored in Panopto

As of December 2020, recorded Zoom meetings are stored in Panopto, the university's video storage and streaming solution. If you've recorded your Zoom meeting, the recording will automatically be transferred to Panopto for storage, and then deleted out of the Zoom…

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Student Wellness

As we all continue to strive to create the very best environments for our students to live and learn, we want to encourage you to think about how your engagement with students can support their well-being during this uniquely stressful…

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Flex@Pitt Classroom Resources

To support faculty who may be teaching in learning spaces with the newly installed Flex@Pitt classroom technology, the Teaching Center has developed several resources: Our Zoom Rooms Introduction video provides an introduction to the technology installed in the classroom. The Zoom Rooms Technical…

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A Student Studying On The Newly Renovated 3rd Floor Of Hillman Library.

Online Student Toolkit Canvas Course

To help your students learn how to use educational technology tools and strategies they will need to succeed in hybrid and online courses, the Teaching Center has created a Canvas public course, the Online Student Toolkit. This toolkit, which should…

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Professor George Bandik's Chemistry Class In The Chevron Science Center For In Person And Remote Learning With The Flex@Pitt Technology.

Recommendations for Spring Term Flex@Pitt Teaching

In the spring of 2020, we were faced with the task of quickly transitioning to emergency remote teaching. For many of us, this meant trying our best to recreate our face-to-face class structure in the remote environment by using Zoom…

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