In serving as an innovative nexus for the university, CATT hosts additional resources, which can be found on this page.

Our qualified staff members continue to support the university through the delivery of professional development workshops and events, just-in-time resources, and consultation and collaboration on assessment-related projects.

How can we help?

  • Teaching at UB
    This resource is designed to help connect you with the services we have to offer our faculty to aid in your instructional role.
  • Instructional Support
    A key component of CATT's mission is to provide resources and support to the campus community. Our Teaching Transformation team provides instructional and pedagogical support to help ensure you are equipped to create classroom experiences which promote student success.
  • Assessment Support
    A key component of CATT's mission is to provide resources and support to the campus community. This page serves as a clearinghouse for sharing just-in-time tutorials and information about assessment training opportunities. We will continually expand this page as new resources are developed and/or identified.
  • Learning Systems Support
    Learning Systems staff from the Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Teaching Transformation play a vital role in the university’s academic mission through the system administration and direct end-user support for UB Learns.
  • Learning Management System Support
    UB Learns is the Learning Managment System (LMS) for all students and instructors at the University at Buffalo, powered by Brightspace.
  • Teaching Technology Integrations Gateway
    The Teaching Technology Integrations Gateway provides faculty and staff information about teaching technologies, connects them with specialist consultation and self-paced content, and helps faculty and staff navigate the UB procurement process by providing streamlined assessment and information gathering for technology integration requests, and guidance throughout the process, of procurement and implementation of new and innovative teaching technologies and practices, as illustrated by the graphic below.