Teach Your Course

The last phase of course development is to teach your course by incorporating evidence-based best practices.

After designing, building, and evaluating your course, it is now time to teach. The following pages will provide best-practices to help you with the facilitation, management, reflection, and revision of your teaching practice. 

Considerations for Teaching Your Course

  • Educational Technology
    Instructional technology facilities, applications and services support UB's faculty and students. The university has a wide range of technology to improve the quality of education and enhance the learning processes. The following resources are just a few examples of what UB has to offer. 
  • Teaching Modalities
    Learn about the different course delivery options UB has to offer.
  • Zoom as a Proctoring Tool
    Though not designed as a proctoring tool, instructors at many national universities are virtually proctoring students through Zoom’s video communication tool.
  • Respondus Assessment Tools
    Respondus tools can be used to deter cheating in non-proctored exams in UB Learns as well as create and manage test questions.
  • Test Monitoring & Academic Integrity
    As always, academic integrity remains one of UB’s core principles when utilizing remote learning. On this page you'll find information about online proctoring options available at UB, including advantages, disadvantages and considerations of each. On this page you will also find related programmatic assessment information and resources to help guide you in ensuring synergistic student pathways.