Welcome to UW-Eau Claire!
CETL is your faculty development center on campus and serves faculty, instructional academic staff, adjunct instructors, visiting instructors, and any staff member who want to learn more about teaching or student learning.
CETL offers a variety of group and individual opportunities to learn and grow personally and professionally throughout the academic year. We are available most any day for individual consultations on everything teaching and learning from course design to creating and using instructional videos.
To help you get started at UW-Eau Claire please check back soon for opportunities for new faculty as well as all instructional staff. As the summer progresses you will receive a welcome letter from our Chancellor and a warm welcome from your new department. We encourage you to take advantage of any help from your department and of course from CETL.
Orientation for New Employees and Instructors
Please check back this summer for details on orientation in August 2018.
Please contact the ASK Center for more information related to general new employee orientation information.
Individual Consultations: at your convenience.
Course planning, teaching station refreshers, or D2L assistance. more
You'll Want to Check This Out!
Click the link below to view the 2017-2018 Policies and Procedures related to Classroom Instruction.
Policies and Procedures Relating to Classroom Instruction
The Office of Academic Affairs has some great advice for new UW-Eau Claire faculty.
New Instructional Staff Information
Make sure to take a look at the following resources. McIntyre Library offers many services for faculty and staff. Your department is assigned a library liaison as your "go to" person for any questions you may have.In addition, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) is a resource for you if you have a research, scholarly, or creative endeavor you are interested in pursuing.
Getting Started with Technology in Your Classroom
It is no secret that technology plays a critical role in today's classroom. But sometimes that technology can be confusing and difficult to learn. Click on the links below to learn about the technologies with which we can help:
If you have questions about any technology that is not on this list, please let us know. We have a number of connections on campus.