In the Center, we offer two different kinds of teaching consultations: individual consultations and unit-level consultations.
Center staff are available for confidential consultations with individual instructors, at their request, on any aspect of teaching, from course design to student engagement. Consultations may occur in a single discussion or in regular, ongoing instructional design meetings. All consultations are conducted as a collaborative dialogue and are driven by the individual instructor's needs and goals.
Individuals often seek consultations on topics such as:
Graduate instructors interested in talking with someone about their teaching might be interested in Instructional Office Hours, weekly office hours set aside specifically for them. Please visit the events page to confirm this semester's hours.
Individuals who would like to request a teaching consultation may do so here.
Similarly, representatives from departments, programs, and other educational units also may consult on behalf of the unit. Typically, departmental consultations address topics of broader significance to the entire unit.
Departments often seek consultations on topics such as: