This resource provides tips for streamlining grading and making student assessment and feedback more efficient.
Resources: Course design
This resource provides considerations for converting assessments that require proctoring or time-intensive grading typically done by TAs to shorter, or more automated options.
This resource provides options for faculty who may need to teach their labs online because teaching assistant support is not available to them. It includes pedagogical considerations, links to databases of STEM content, and links to simulation and video resources.
This resource provides strategies for integrating current event topics into your course.
This resource provides a checklist of considerations for providing student feedback verbally, in writing, or through video.
This resource provides a summary of what students report is important to them in an online learning or LMS environment.
This resource provides considerations for faculty when choosing assignments for a course and examples of assessments.
A brief introduction to mindfulness including examples of contemplative pedagogical practices that can be incorporated into courses to support student learning and wellbeing. Created in collaboration with Mindful USC.
A description, definition, and examples of active learning techniques in clinical settings. This document provides a planning guide for facilitating active learning in a variety of clinical or simulated settings as well as examples to get started.
This video, presented by CET, provides ideas and examples of how faculty can use AI generators to generate ideas for the design of syllabi, assignments, and learning activities.