On-Campus Teaching Toolkit

This instructional resource was developed to help faculty create a syllabus with elements relevant to teaching face-to-face, on campus (ONCAM) courses at UIC. The syllabus template is organized into sections that you might consider including in your syllabus. Attention was paid to suggesting language for each section that conveys a welcoming tone and helps to create an ethos of inclusion, academic integrity, and community in your class. Additional resources include the COVID-19 syllabus statements, part or all of which we highly recommend adding to your syllabus this fall, and an inclusive syllabus checklist, which is a tool to help instructors incorporate syllabus elements that communicate your intention to foster an inclusive learning environment. The Synchronous Teaching Toolkit also serves as a resource hub where faculty can directly connect to educational technology resources and support in ACCC relevant to face-to-face, in-person instruction.

Syllabus Template for Teaching On Campus Courses

The syllabus template is a teaching guide that includes suggested language for a broad array of issues and contingencies that may be relevant to your class.  You may utilize any of the language therein for your syllabus.

Additional resources to support your syllabus development:

General tips when designing your syllabus

Guidelines for creating an inclusive syllabus

COVID-19 SYLLABUS STATEMENTS

Create Syllabus

Planning for Face-to-Face Instruction (on-campus)

ACCC provides, maintains, and offers training on the technology available to students, faculty, and staff in over 180 classrooms and over twenty computer labs on campus. The Learning Technology Solutions (LTS) team provides a single point of contact for any learning environment support needs.

If you are interested in adding either synchronous or asynchronous online components to your class, be sure to visit the ACCC resource page for all your basic technology requirements as well as more advanced educational technology needs.  These include:

Designing Your Blackboard Course Site

Building Accessible Content for Your Course

Recording Short Videos

Adding Digital Content to Your Course

Engaging Students Effectively in Synchronous and Asynchronous Courses

Plan Instruction