Teaching Commons > Support Services
If you are looking for ideas or guidance on creating new courses or reinventing older ones, contact the instructional designer assigned to your college or program in the Center for Teaching and Learning.
If you are looking for ideas or guidance on a topic relating to your teaching, including confidential feedback, contact the Center for Teaching and Learning.
If you are looking for ideas or guidance related to writing and writing instruction, contact the University Center for Writing-based Learning.
The Steans Center's assistant director for faculty development is available to meet individually with faculty and instructors considering using service-learning or having decided to do so.
The Career Center team is available to consult with faculty one-on-one about creating new or innovating current career development and/or academic internship courses. We also advise regarding career and/or self-assessment – when does it make sense to weave these tools into your classroom and what assessment makes the best sense for your students.
Contact your University Library liason for in-depth research help.
For more information about the academic integrity policy or process, contact a faculty consultant.
Speak with a staff member at the Dean of Student's Office to discuss issues involving student behavior and/or other concerns involving students.
Contact the First-Year Program with your questions involving Explore/Discover Chicago and Focal Point Seminars.
The Help Desk is your first point of contact when you need technical support with technology on campus.
Instructional technology consultants help faculty identify and integrate appropriate technology to their teaching contexts.
DePaul has a number of computer labs that are available to faculty by request, in addition to its technology-enabled classrooms.
DePaul students, faculty, and staff can log in to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) for unlimited free access to a vast online library of instructional videos covering the latest software, creative, and business skills.
Faculty can request short presentations about the Writing Center, in addition to customized workshops on topics such as effective peer review, learning portfolios, and more from the University Center for Writing-based Learning (UCWbL).
If you need to cancel class, a professional staff member from the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness will come into your class on the day of your absence and provide an hour-long, educational workshop to your students. Requires advance notice.