More than 1,200 instructors, teaching fellows, and academic support staff worked with the Poorvu Center to prepare for the 2020-2021 academic year. We invite you to continue engaging with the Center throughout the year. This website provides resources and services for faculty, teaching fellows, and all instructors.
Self-Directed Support & Consultations:
In addition to ongoing workshops and faculty teaching initiatives programs, the Poorvu Center will continue to help faculty through self-directed resources and one-on-one or small group consultations. Faculty can enroll in the self-directed program online, which offers recommendations for teaching, how-to guides, and workshop recordings. As always, instructors may request a consultation on the Poorvu Center website.
Calendar of Events:
Consider attending some of our upcoming events to learn more.
Assessment and remote proctoring guidelines:
On Monday, September 14, 2020 Dean Gendler, Dean Chun, and Dean Cooley sent a message to faculty outlining recommendations for final examinations. They strongly suggest that instructors adopt alternatives to standard in-class exams and assessments. If such alternatives are not feasible, online exam proctoring should be conducted remotely by Yale personnel using Zoom. The Poorvu Center and campus partners have outlined recommendations for remote proctoring and a new graduate student remote proctor position will be introduced.