Whether you are a new or experienced instructor, graduate student, or a postdoctoral fellow starting out on your teaching career, we offer a broad range of teaching development supports that will assist your teaching.

The supports we offer include workshops and teaching programs, course and curriculum design and development, teaching handbooks, learning technology resources, and academic integrity strategies.


Programs / Workshops / Events

We offer a wide variety of programs, workshops, and special teaching events to the university teaching community to enhance teaching and learning experiences.


Course / Curricular Development

We provide supports for course development, including design and build, assistance with the curriculum review process, and accreditation report completion.

Course Development

Curriculum Review, Development and Accreditation Support

The Centre’s curriculum specialists can provide support and guidance in a faculty-driven, collaborative and evidence-based curriculum review and renewal process.

We provide consults on a variety of topics and at every stage of the planning:

  • Initial stages of program planning
  • Creating program goals and outcomes
  • Curriculum alignment
  • Collecting curriculum data
  • Mapping the curriculum
  • Planning a curriculum retreat.
  • Assistance with Program Accreditation documents and reports

For further information, please contact the Centre here.


Resources

The Centre has developed a wide range of teaching resources to support you at every stage of your teaching career.


Academic Integrity

As leaders in education, academic staff at the University of Manitoba make commitments to uphold the six fundamental values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage (International Centre for Academic Integrity) and to model these values to students at every stage in their academic careers. Read more to discover ways to encourage academic integrity and prevent academic misconduct at the University of Manitoba.

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