- Alice Clark Mentoring
- Alice Clark Scholars Forum
- Faculty Study Seminars
- On Teaching Seminars
- Faculty Writing Groups
Office of Instructional Development
The Office of Instructional Development is dedicated to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning at the University of North Dakota. Through its various activities, programs, and resources OID promotes campus-wide conversations about teaching, fosters innovation in curriculum and instruction, recognizes excellence, and encourages the continuing development of faculty as teachers. For information about specific programs and functions, click on appropriate topics at left.
- Summer Mini-Project Grant Proposals are due April 20th (by noon)
- The FIDC seeks to support individuals or teams traveling for curriculum development projects (details here )
- The last FIDC travel grant deadline (for all travel prior to September 1, 2017) is May 1 at noon
- On April 25 join the ATC Forum for the
Making Bigger Classes More Engaging (for you & your students) Workshop.
for more information and to register for Teaching Writing in Large Classes Summer Workshop May 18-19 and 22-24.
- Register to join us for a May 9 lunch keynote on "Using Undergraduate Learning Assistants: A Practical and Pedagogically Sound Approach" with Dr. Jeff Boyer (NDSU)
- Join the discussion with Dr. Boyer on "How Undergraduate Assistants Can Help Create a Better Student Learning Environment: A Look at Campus Practices" May 9 from 3:00-4:00 pm in the Badlands Room.