Teaching@Ohio State and Reading List Reflection
Component 2 of the UITL Teaching Support Program
This self-directed online experience serves as an introduction to key topics about teaching at The Ohio State University. Participants are presented with opportunities to become familiar with multiple perspectives on teaching, be exposed to evidence-based teaching practices, reflect on their own teaching practice and connect with resources that support their teaching.
Part 1: Teaching@Ohio State Course
To access the course, log in using your name.# and password at carmen.osu.edu, then select "Teaching@Ohio State" on the front page. View this instructional video if you need further assistance getting to the course.
Note: If you are eligible to receive compensation for the Teaching Support Program, Teaching@Ohio State will appear on your Carmen page by Friday, October 5. Not seeing the course in your list? Complete this form to request access.
Other members of the University community interested in accessing Teaching@Ohio State are welcome and encouraged to enroll. To do so, complete this form to request access.
Part 2: UITL Reading List Reflection
Further your self-reflection through our accompanying reading recommendations you might find valuable whether you are designing a new course, redesigning a course or considering how to better support your students using evidence-based instructional approaches.
Submit Your Reflection
To complete this portion, faculty must submit a reflection on one book and three articles. You will be asked to identify the book/article you read from a dropdown menu (there is the option to select "other"), and then describe what you learned from this book/article and how it might impact your teaching. (It is highly recommended that responses be word processed to ensure a backup copy is available.)