Teaching Development Resources
The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) conducts teaching consultations, programs, and workshops regularly throughout the year. Established in 1990, the Center for Teaching Excellence is a nationally and internationally renowned educational development center committed to enhancing teaching and learning, fostering teaching innovation, and to building collegial community, at all levels and in all academic disciplines. The CTE offers a number of signature programs, tailored services, rich resource materials, and seed grants designed to enhance the teaching environment at UVA.
Teaching Race at UVA is a place-based seminar that provides UVA faculty from any discipline with an understanding of the history of race at UVA and in Charlottesville, within a national context and equips faculty to effectively incorporate teaching about seminar content into their courses.
UVA Acts promotes preventative practices that foster equitable, vibrant spaces for working and learning at the University of Virginia through performance and dialogue.
Information Technology and Services (ITS) offers faculty and technology development through the Instructional Technology Group. This group focuses on the University's teaching mission and assists in teaching through training, consulting, and development of instructional materials and their deployment.