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Faculty Online Transition Help

  • The Office of Teaching and Learning is currently working remotely and continues to be available to aid in the transition to online. 
    • Hours: M-F 8am-8pm | Sat 10am-4pm | 801.863.8255 | canvas_support@uvu.edu
  • Utah Valley University is providing continual updates on our Academic Continuity web page.  Please view this site for more resources to help keep your students active and informed in their courses. 
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  • Utilize online exam proctoring with Proctorio.

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Enabling the enhancement of teaching and learning practice across the institution through meaningful faculty development opportunities, support for high-quality course design, and assistance for learning technologies.

Contact Info

Main Office | FL 501
M-F 8am-8pm | Sat 10am-4pm
801.863.8255
teachinglearning@uvu.edu

Summer Hours:
M-R 8am-7pm | F 8am-5pm | Sat 10am-4pm

The Lab | FL 515
M-F 8am-5pm
801.863.6127
otllab@uvu.edu

OTL Staff

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OTL Faculty Development Associates

Anton Tolman

Professor - Behavioral Science


I have been at UVU since 2006 and served as the Director of the former Faculty Center for Teaching Excellence for almost 7 years. I have also served on the General Ed committee, Advisory Board for Open Educational Resources, and helped to launch the Scholarly and Creative Undergraduate Learning Partnership Team (SCULPT) on campus.

Currently I teach all of my Psychology courses online. I enjoy supporting faculty with course design, online teaching, collaborative learning, assessment, promoting meta- cognition and critical thinking skills and HEA recognition. I am fascinated by student resistance to learning, team-based learning, and metacognition.

You can reach me at anton.tolman@uvu.edu or call or text at 801-921-0262.

Denise Richards

Associate Professor - Student Leadership and Success Studies

I have been teaching personal leadership courses since 2002 here at UVU. I am passionate about helping students find their voice so that they can achieve their academic goals.

I have been a department chair, an RTP Committee chair, designed curriculum, developed online and hybrid courses, and worked extensively with adjuncts and their teaching practice. I am always interested in exploring ways for students to experience transformative learning.

It is energizing to work one-on-one with faculty colleagues! My email is: denise.richards@uvu.edu