New Faculty Resources

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All Aboard

The All Aboard series of workshops is designed specifically for the onboarding of new UVU faculty. Throughout the year, monthly sessions will be offered with a complimentary light lunch. Themes range from Canvas, media services, shared governance, suicide prevention, ombudsmen, accessibility, global-intercultural, service learning, and more. 

All sessions will be held in FL 516 from 3-5pm:

  • 1/22 or 1/23 | Teaching Philosophies, RTP Chair, and Faculty Panel
  • 1/29 or 1/30 | Intro HEA
  • 2/5 or 2/6 | Faculty Policies and Digital Measures
  • 2/19 or 2/20 | HEA Working Session
  • 3/5 – 3/6 | T4L Conference (BYU Provo)
  • 3/11 or 3/12 | HEA Final Draft
  • 4/1 or 4/2 | Intro to SoTL
  • 4/15 or 416 | Center for Social Impact, Reimagining First Year, and Planning Second Year

 

New Full-Time Faculty

Here are some resources specific to new full time faculty:

Library Resources for Faculty

The Fulton 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.

  • Book delivery
  • Course reserves (including textbook, video, streaming media and electronic)
  • Interlibrary loan
  • Instruction rooms
  • Media equipment check out
  • Schedule computer lab or library room
  • Scholar's open archive
  • Library Connection - the newsletter for faculty
  • Suggest books for purchase

Please visit the library page for faculty for more information.

Copyright for Faculty

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 and Getting Started with Canvas

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 including faculty training on Canvas, the learning management system (LMS) on campus. The OTL Lab is located in FL (Fulton Library) 515. 

Testing Center

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 website for more information.

Capitol Reef Field Station

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.

Information Technology for Faculty

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. 

  • Banner
  • Campus wireless
  • myUVU
  • Phone
  • Canvas
  • Turnitin plagiarism software
  • Classroom equipment
  • UVAnnounce - campus communication 
  • Email 
  • Professional pages

Policies for Faculty

Many faculty are unaware of policies that relates to them. Here are some policies to be aware of:

UVU Policies #635 Faculty Rights and Responsibilities

  • Academic Freedom
  • Rights and Responsibilities as citizen, in service and institutional governance 
  • Curriculum, service, course instruction and scholarly/creative activities

Inclusive Campus

UVU strives to be an institution where all students are welcome. Dr. Kyle Reyes,  Vice President of Student Affairs, has developed a training on making your class more inclusive to students. View notes from his training.