Teaching Resources

Office of Student Assistance and Support

The Office of Student Assistance and Support (formerly the Dean of Students Office) is a primary resource for students navigating personal, academic, or health issues to get the help they need, whether that be on campus or in the community. The office also serves as a central location for reporting bias and other student-related concerns.  

Elaine Goetz, Graduate and Professional Student Assistance Specialist, offers and assistance specifically for graduate students.

Contact Graduate Student Support Specialist

Contact the Dean of Students Office

Campus Resources

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Center for Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring (CTLM) supports instructors at all career stages in continuing growth as practitioners of the complex, dynamic and rewarding craft of teaching.

Instructional Resources KnowledgeBase

The Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring (CTLM) Instructional Resources KnowledgeBase includes a wide variety of tips, tools, and sample activities and assignments you can use in in-person, online, and hybrid learning environments.

McBurney Disability Resource Center

McBurney Disability Resource Center offers online and in-person training about the history, resources, policies and procedures associated with providing access and accommodations to individuals with disabilities at UW–Madison. 

DELTA Program

Build your skills and CV as an effective and inclusive teacher and research mentor with offerings designed for graduate students and post-docs. 

The Discussion Project

A professional learning opportunity focused on developing skills in leading high-quality small- and large-group discussion in undergraduate and graduate classrooms. 


DoIT Academic Technology oversees the Learn@UW suite of supported learning technologies, including Canvas, Kaltura MediaSpace, AEFIS, Top Hat and more.

Morgridge Center for Public Service

The Morgridge Center Supports faculty, staff, and students looking to connect their research and teaching with mutually beneficial community engagement initiatives. Offerings include individual consultations, workshops, grants for community-based learning and research, and the Morgridge Fellows learning community, a yearlong professional development opportunity.

Teaching Academy

Educators who care about good teaching. The Teaching Academy offers opportunities for instructors to connect with each other – from drop-in Meet Ups to Fall and Winter Retreats. Most events are open to all. 


Offers programs, courses and resources for instructors and mentors at all levels to promote equitable and inclusive teaching and mentoring in STEM. Collaborates with departments on initiatives related to enhancing student success and engagement in STEM.

Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing Across the Curriculum helps instructors find creative and effective ways to incorporate writing and speaking assignments into courses at all levels and in all disciplines.