Resources for Teaching, Learning, and Advising




Welcome! On this page, you will find a comprehensive list of resources compiled by the Educational Programs division of the Office of Student Affairs. 

* For the latest syllabus statements, please visit the Forms for Teaching and Advising section of the EPCC Forms and Resources page.

Public Health Classrooms - Fall 2021 (PDF)
Information on features, technology, and support for classrooms in the Public Health building. 

Maximize Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

Maximize Accessibility Resources

Maximize Advising Resources

Maximize Canvas LMS & Other Educational Technology Tools

Maximize Course Evaluations

Maximize Faculty Resources

Maximize Learning Outcomes Assessment

Maximize LGBTQIA+ Student and curriculum support

Maximize Librarians and Library Services

Maximize Remote Learning Resources

Maximize TA Resources

Recording of Inclusive Teaching Workshop now available!

This year’s opening event, Inclusive Teaching and Why It Matters, featured faculty members from across the University who have received the Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum for their efforts to integrate diversity and inclusion concepts into their course and curriculum:

  • Abdesalam Soudi (Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences, Linguistics)
  • Christine Dahlin (Pitt-Johnstown, Biology, Environmental Studies)
  • Lori Delale-O’Connor (School of Education)
  • Zsuzsa Horvath (School of Dental Medicine)

Workshop recordings


Top video: Lunchtime Chat on Specification Grading (6/29/2020)

Second video: Lunchtime Chat on Instructional Design and Technology for Larger / Lecture-Based Lessons and Shorter / Discussion-Based Lesson (6/23/2020) 

Workshop Schedules

Approximately four teaching workshops are presented by Pitt Public Health each academic year, while the University Center for Teaching and Learning (UCTL) presents workshops year-round.

Need individual help?

For course design and pedagogical questions, email or take their pre-consultation survey, available at:

For questions about Canvas and other educational technology, email:



If you have questions, an idea or suggestion, email Kimberly Rehak or stop by the Pitt Public Health Office of Student Affairs.