Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have become more widely accessible and they continue to evolve rapidly. Check out this page for some of the resources and conversations on campus around teaching and research in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
- Idea Sparks: This online shared repository contains “Teaching Idea Sparks” to help inspire innovative and effective teaching.
- Pirate Picks: This page features some of the go-to resources and favorites of the OFE team and faculty at ECU
- Teaching Large Hybrid Classes: This page contains some resources and ideas for faculty designing classes for large enrollment
The ECU Teaching Tool Kit contains a series of modules that walk you through designing and building a high-quality online course.
“Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn.” (CAST). It is a framework that can be used to design educational settings – regardless of the discipline or course format.
A teaching statement (or teaching philosophy) is a reflection of your beliefs, values, and goals regarding teaching. It can provide concrete examples of how you achieve these goals or endorse your beliefs in the classroom, and can provide useful context for items like your Personnel Action Dossier or a Teaching Award application portfolio.
This page contains some resources for faculty related to teaching online.
The course syllabus is one of the most important documents an instructor will create for their students. On this page, you’ll find information on the elements that ECU requires faculty to include on their syllabi, as well as some recommendations and examples that might spark some ideas!
Quality Matters (QM) is a globally-recognized leader in improving online course design. Learn more about the ongoing QM efforts at ECU and sign up for upcoming workshops for faculty!
The Provost’s Office and the Health Science Division annually fund teaching grants to support innovation and excellence in teaching. Call for Proposals for teaching grants are announced every year in September with a November deadline. Awards are made for summer stipends or teaching project expenses. Proposals must be innovative and must demonstrate impact. ECU tenure-track, tenured, and 12-month fixed-term faculty members are eligible to apply. For more information contact: email@example.com or see: https://facultysenate.ecu.edu/teaching-grants-committee/