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Faculty Commons is here to help you with teaching, technology, and course development through workshops and consultations. Their partners are dedicated to assisting all those who teach at UD: faculty, adjunct faculty, and graduate teaching assistants.
The Partners of Faculty Commons collaborate to provide assistance with teaching, technology, and course development. They also work together to put on workshops, institutes, and other events for the teaching community to foster great teaching at the University of Delaware.
Their goal is to help foster a community at UD that cares deeply about teaching. Attending events, workshops, and institutes to network with your peers is a great way to get involved.
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Many of the members of our teaching team (faculty, preceptors, staff, and graduate students) utilize this amazing space on campus to get together and share ideas. Here is one of the places we work on course development, evaluation of course assessment, generation of integrated modules in our labs, hold journal clubs with our colleagues, hold Skype calls with collaborators outside of the University, and seek assistant from Academic Technology Services, whose physical office are located inside the Faculty Commons.