In addition to Learning & Development, there are others areas and offices on campus that can provide information and services to help you further your personal and professional skills.
Atomic Learning provides online training solutions that answer “How do I do that?” questions through an extensive library of short, easy-to-understand video tutorials. Faculty, staff, and students will be able to stay on top of the latest technology applications and get answers to software question 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Center for Instructional Learning Technologies (CILT)
The Center for Instructional & Learning Technologies (CILT) provides a wide range of services and support to students, faculty and staff on campus. Their mission is to collaborate with the university community in the pursuit of innovation and excellence in teaching and learning with technology.
Office of Extended Learning
Want to sharpen your skills? Broaden your knowledge? Or just take a course for fun?
With UND’s Office of Extended Learning, you can take a variety of non-academic courses for personal and professional development. And the best part? Courses are available online so younever have to travel or go to class at a set time. Please be aware, personal enrichment and professional development courses are offered through UND’s educational partners, Ed2Go and ProTrain. Prices start at just $99 a course, find out what’s available today!
Office of Human Resources
The Human Resources department is a strategic partner with the University's leadership and its employees, supporting its mission with the design, development and delivery of innovative programs and services. Core services and competencies include recruitment and staffing, employee relations, employee development, compensation and benefits, HR information management and regulatory compliance.
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.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of North Dakota, or OLLI@UND, is a non-profit, membership organization with a simple philosophy: An active mind creates a sense of mental, physical and social well-being. It's a vibrant learning community of adults 50 years and better who want to continue a lifetime of learning with programs rich in content, shared interests and life experiences. These programs are purely for enjoyment — no tests and grades, or the need for prior college experience — just the chance to join your peers in the joy of learning and the many benefits it brings.
If you would like more information about any of these services, please visit their website or contact them directly at 701.777.3000 or OLLI@UND.edu
UND Internal Newsletter (U-Letter)
Work Well is our work-site wellness program designed to promote a culture of wellness for UND staff and faculty by providing information, services and programs to support healthy living. The vision of the Work Well program is to inspire, support and empower UND employees to achieve well-rounded, seven-dimensional wellness.
The Writing Center is a place for students, faculty, and staff to talk about their work in progress with a writing consultant. Their goal is to help people as they seek to improve their writing by offering positive, constructive responses to their work in any genre or discipline and at any stage of the writing process. They believe that the development of writing abilities is a life-long process, and that writing is a skill and art that enables people to create and communicate ideas.