Here are resources specific to new full-time faculty
Please visit the the FAQ for adjuncts for adjunct information
The UVU Library is a vital resource available to all UVU faculty. The Library provides scholarly tools to enhance any academic course and help students develop information literacy. In addition, the Library’s friendly and knowledgeable staff is committed to providing excellent service to help faculty and students be successful.
Copyright is a complex issue that faculty need to take into consideration. Faculty should be aware of their rights and how to avoid copyright violations. More information can be found at copyright website or from the documents below provided by UVU's copyright committee:
The Office of Teaching and Learning Lab is the hub for technology and teaching on campus. The lab staff are highly skilled in technology and offer many great services. The Innovation Center trains faculty on Canvas, the learning management system (LMS) on campus. The Innovation Center walk-in lab is located in LI (Library) 213. The handout below give more information on getting started on Canvas.
The testing center has updated their policies for the coming fall 2013 semester. Distance Education courses, hybrid courses and large section courses (greater than 100 students) have first priority over other courses. There is a 5 exams/quizzes/finals limit an instructor can give per course in the testing center. Please view this handout and website for more information.
The Capitol Reef Field Station is located in Capitol Reef National Park. Faculty and students use this excellent facility for engaged learning and applied research.
Navigating technology on campus may feel daunting. The IT Service Desk is the place
to go for any technology questions on campus. The number to the IT Service Desk 801-863-8888
or just type in the extension 8888 on your work phone. The following topics are covered
in this handout and IT information for new employees:
Many faculty are unaware of policies that relates to them. Here are some policies to be aware of:
UVU strives to be an institution where all students are welcome. Dr. Kyle Reyes, Assistant to the President, has developed a training on making your class more inclusive to students. Here are the notes from his training.