The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation brings pedagogical and technological issues together to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators. We have recently updated our website. Please report any issues here...
Teaching After Tragedy: What can instructors do to support students?
Tragic events may take an emotional and cognitive toll on students, disrupt their lives, and interfere with learning for extended periods. Here we have strategies and resources to help instructors support students in the wake of tragedy.
New! Research and Scholarship Digest
See what the Eberly Center is reading and thinking about this month! We hope the readers of this digest will find it a useful resource for staying in-tune with the rapidly expanding education research literature. View R&S Digest...
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Promoting Academic Integrity
Carnegie Mellon has recently revised the university policy on academic integrity. Here we provide you with a pointer to the policy, some considerations and strategies for promoting your students' academic integrity, as well as a few sample policies for you to adapt when developing your own course policies.
Visit this resource on academic integrity...
Connecting, Sharing, Adapting
Read about Eberly Center's activities and impact in our AY2015-16 Annual Report (pdf)...
We are here to help you design and innovate in this exciting space, including how to:
- Choose resources and tools that best fit your teaching context
- Flip your classroom to maximize student learning
- Insert hooks to collect data for iterative improvement
We have experience working with our faculty colleagues on such projects as:
- Translating your course online
- Developing online testing formats
- Using synchronous and asynchronous tools productively for learning
We continue to offer our high-value services, including:
- One-on-one teaching consultations
- Workshops and seminars for faculty and graduate students
- Canvas help and support
- Guidance in solving teaching problems
- Incoming Faculty Orientation and Future Faculty Program
- Teaching observations, focus groups, early course evaluations, and more...