Home and Announcements
Undergraduate Education and the Academic Senate are offering a new grant called Assessing Student Knowledge (ASK) to fund direct assessment of student work within program assessment. Please download the ASK Grant application for more information.
The CETL is hiring a faculty developer! See Faculty Developer Position Description for more information. If you are interested in applying, please go to the UC Davis Career Opportunities job search page and search for requisition number 03009659.
Graduate students and postdocs: Join us for the Creativity and Innovation Retreat at Bodega Bay!
NOTICE: To make an appointment to score Scantron multiple-choice exams, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Test scoring appointments must be made at least two business days in advance. For test-scoring FAQs, please click visit our Test Scoring page.
Final Exam Test Scoring appointments should be made at least 2 weeks in advance.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (email@example.com or 530-752-6050) provides services to improve the quality of undergraduate instruction on the UC Davis campus. Please see the tabs above if you know the service you would like. If you want to learn more about the services available to you, please click below:
Want to read some blogs about teaching?
The Wheel covers teaching and technology.
The UCD TA Consultants blog covers teaching for graduate students and postdocs.
The Graduate Teaching Community blog covers a wide range of teaching topics.
The CETL blog, Thoughtful Teaching, covers ways to promote excellent teaching and gives practical advice. Peruse the topics on the right or click this link for a list of all posts by theme.
Academic Technology Services offers help with technologies for teaching (Smartsite, lecture capture, etc.)
The Office of Graduate Studies offers professional development programs for graduate students.
Shields Library offers workshops on library and research related technology, including for teaching purposes.
The University Writing Program offers workshops and one-on-one assistance for developing writing activities and prompts in teaching.