Faculty Syllabus Clinic (Loop)

Tuesday, August 22 at 10:00am to 3:00pm

DePaul Center Concourse Room C101

What does your syllabus communicate to your students? How can you structure a course to best assess the major ideas and learning outcomes you created? Visit the DePaul Teaching Commons’ upcoming Faculty Syllabus Clinic to find answers for these questions and to discover other ways to enhance your syllabus. Representatives from the University Center for Writing-based Learning, the Library, Faculty Instructional Technology Resources, and the Office for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment will be on hand to assist you in:

  • Outlining your syllabus

  • Assignment design

  • Drafting learning outcomes

  • Utilizing instructional technology resources

No RSVP is required and faculty are free to arrive and leave at any time either in person or virtually. To connect with someone online during either session, click here to chat. Note that the chat feature will only be staffed while the session is in progress.

Recent Activity

Thomas Reeder

Thomas Reeder left a positive review 8/21/2017

Great idea to have this; would suggest some additional "how-to" session(s) in addition to the one-on-one Q&A

Dennis Spahr

Dennis Spahr left a positive review 8/21/2017

Very helpful to get a fresh perspective on my syllabus. Appreciate the time and talents of Matthew Pearson and Erin!