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UWGB Instructor Resources at Your Fingertips

Navigating the wealth of teaching resources available at UWGB can pose a challenge, whether you're a new or veteran instructor. To simplify this process, CATL has complied a collection of essential links, guides, and training materials for teaching at UWGB. Below you'll discover everything you need for a successful semester!

If you need something that you can't find here, please let us know.

Faculty & Instructor Quick Links 

Are you tired of searching for specific UWGB webpages or constantly misplacing them? Look no further! CATL has assembled a convenient selection of UWGB-specific links for instructors. Simply bookmark the page linked below to streamline your UWGB browsing experience.

Key Webpages for UWGB Instructors

Syllabus Must-Haves

 Writing your syllabus does not have to be a daunting task! Explore these essential syllabus resources to get started. 

Provost Syllabus Page 

Need guidance on crafting your syllabus? Explore these resources offered by the UWGB Provost's office to kickstart your syllabus creation process, including a syllabi repository, checklist, and template.

Syllabi Policy & Repository

CATL Syllabus Snippets & Template

Find inspiration for your syllabus by viewing CATL's collection of sample syllabus statements. You can also check out CATL's Canvas-based syllabus template for ideas or request a copy for your own course.

Sample Syllabus Statements

Canvas Syllabus Template

Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes are important for accreditation purposes, and they are the first look into what students will gain from your course. Whether you are writing your own module outcomes or co-developing outcomes at the program level, CATL is here to help. 

Explore Best Practices for Learning Outcomes

Using Canvas & Teaching Technologies

Engage in resources and training to improve your Canvas skills and familiarity with UWGB's Digital learning Environment (DLE).  

Resources for Learning Canvas

New to teaching with Canvas or want a refresher on the essentials? CATL has put together a collection of Canvas training resources for faculty and staff, including user guides, videos, self-paced courses, and opportunities for 1:1 training and consultations.

Teaching with Canvas Resource Collection

LITE 101 Training Course

Looking to enhance your Canvas knowledge? Take Learning and Integrating Technology for Education (LITE) 101: Modalities & Technologies! This self-paced course covers the various modalities and technologies you may use in your teaching, including the ins and outs of Canvas.

Learn about UWGB Modalities & Technologies

Generative AI & Instruction  

Many instructors are thinking about how to incorporate generative AI into their courses or majors. UW-Green Bay faculty, staff, and students have access to Microsoft Copilot (AI). Learn how to log in and start experimenting with generative AI.  

Sign into Microsoft Copilot today! 

Teaching at UW-Green Bay

CATL has you covered with these teaching and learning resources designed especially for UWGB faculty and instructional staff.

Getting Ready to Teach

CATL is here to support you whether you're developing your very first course or prepping a course you've taught for years. This guide provides the basics of pre-semester course prep: writing a syllabus, developing assessments, selecting learning materials, building out a Canvas shell, and more.

Get Started Now

Teaching Toolbox 

Engage with CATL's teaching toolbox, a collection of blog resources designed to help you plan, teach, and reflect on your courses. The toolbox also includes information on integrating technology and promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion in your teaching. 

Explore the Teaching Toolbox 

Student Resources

Looking to connect your students with valuable campus resources? View CATL's regularly updated list of UWGB services aimed at supporting student well-being and success. Empower your students by simply sharing this one link to connect them to different support offices on campus.

Connect Your Students to UWGB Resources


Enhance Student Engagement and Success with Accessible Learning Materials

Creating learning materials that meet accessibility standards is not just about compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act; it is also crucial for increasing student success and engagement in your courses. CATL and Student Accessibility Services (SAS) have created self-paced training opportunities and resources for staff and faculty to learn best practices for creating accessible learning materials and using Canvas accessibility checker tools.

"10 Dos and Don'ts of Digital Accessibility" Guide

"Designing Accessible Resources" Self-Paced Course

"LITE 120: Canvas Accessibility Training" Self-Paced Course

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Connect WITH US

Let us know how CATL can help you! Schedule a consultation, reach us by phone or email, or drop by anytime our office is open.

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Open: M – F, 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Phone: (920) 465-2541
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