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Instructor Support

In addition to supporting student, the MSLC provides professional development support to instructors. This includes support for integration of technology into courses and pedagogical support.

Current Instructors, please see our Math Instructors Community in Carmen for available resources.  If you do not have access to this Carmen course, please contact Elizabeth Miller (miller.4962@osu.edu).

Types of Instructor Support

Stemming from the Math Education Forum, the Math Education Reading Group engages department faculty, staff, and graduate students in discussions on teaching and learning best practices.

Please email Elizabeth Miller (miller.4962@osu.edu)  if you are interested in joining.

Reading Recommendations:

Stemming from the Math Education Forum and made possible by the NSF funded SEMINAL grant, Active Learning Lunches bring together instructors for informal gatherings to discuss active learning.  Participants are at various stages of incorporating active learning into their teaching.  Some have been using active learning for several years while others are wanting to try for the first time.

Please email Elizabeth Miller (miller.4962@osu.edu)  if you are interested in joining.

Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning offers career-long professional learning opportunities and teaching resources to all who teach at Ohio State. These tools are meant to prepare faculty to approach teaching using evidence-based practices that reach and inspire generations of diverse students.

Teaching and Learning Resource Center offers support for using instructional technology at Ohio State, including CarmenCanvas, CarmenZoom, Mediasite, and Top Hat.  The Resource Center also offers Teaching Topics for best practices when teaching with technology and workshops on teaching with technology.

College of Arts and Sciences - Office of Distance Education supports instructors developing online courses in the college.