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Instructor & TA Support

With resources, programs, learning communities and 1:1 faculty consultations our skilled team of designers are here to help. Click here to read more about what Instructional Designers, Academic Technologists and Learning Experience Designers do.

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Join us for online and in-person workshops and design sprints to improve your course design, climate, content, practice, and assessment.

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Learning Communities

Join your instructor colleagues across campus to build community, try new strategies, and explore ways to enhance teaching and learning. 

Read about our upcoming learning communities
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Are you always hoping to reflect on and improve your teaching? One of our certifications may be right for you. Check out our design sprint and more.

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Teaching Resources

Engage with the scholarship of teaching and learning through these asynchronous materials to learn about active learning, inclusive pedagogy, and more.

Browse teaching resources to learn more
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Programs Specific to Graduate TAs, Instructors & Undergraduate Assistants

Graduate Instructors, Graduate Assistants and Undergraduate Learning Assistants or Peer Mentors are an integral part of learning here at Maryland. 

Learn about services for TAs & Graduate Instructors
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TLTC consultants work one-on-one with instructors based on their own goals. Teaching consultations are available to all UMD instructors, including faculty, staff and graduate students.

Click here to request a onsultation
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