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Resources for Teaching

Webster provides many avenues to support your continued development as a teacher, and we invite you to check out the links below.

Faculty Development Center

The FDC exists to support and promote the achievement of excellence in teaching, learning, and scholarship of Webster's worldwide community of faculty. Here are just some of the ways we can help you:

  • Individual consultations about engaging your students, crafting your syllabi, or creating an inclusive classroom
  • One-on-one coaching on using WorldClassRoom/Canvas and other teaching technologies
  • Support for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning activities
  • Suggestions for helpful classroom resources
  • Referrals to university resources that benefit you and your students
  • Learning Communities that connect you with faculty who share your interests
  • Exciting programs throughout the year

Support for Teaching

This page provides information about FDC services and support and offers solutions to common questions related to teaching and learning, as well as teaching technology.

Teaching Resources

This page contains a link to helpful teaching resources for Webster instructors, such as recommended books and journals on teaching and learning topics and handy classroom guides for engaging your students.

Library’s Teaching Resources for Webster Faculty

Created by the Library, this LibGuide offers a wealth of information on various teaching topics, and it supplies links to relevant Library resources, including a large collection of eBooks about teaching and learning.

Faculty Development Center Programs and Activities

The Faculty Development Center invites all part-time and full-time faculty to participate in our programs and activities. This page explains how you can get involved in our regular offerings and connect with other Webster faculty. Additionally, check out the FDC's page of upcoming events.

Academic Resource Center Faculty Resources

The Academic Resource Center provides academic resources, support, advocacy, and access through relationships that empower students across the worldwide Webster University community. The ARC team is happy to answer your questions one-on-one, to schedule classroom presentations, to conduct writing workshops, to connect your students with peer tutors and to collect information from you regarding eligible students to work as peer tutors, to offer test proctoring and accommodation services for individual students, to support you in the use of strategies and technologies to accommodate disabilities, and/or to provide academic counseling to students.

Faculty and Advisor Support on Academic Integrity Website

This page provides information for faculty and advisors about promoting integrity in your classroom, preventing plagiarism, and using the plagiarism prevention tool Turnitin. It also suggests practical guidance for dealing with academic integrity violations and includes downloadable resources to use in your classroom.