Faculty: find resources for flexible teaching at new UB Teach Anywhere site

A UB professor lectures in front of a projection of slides.

Professor Aaron Hughes Teaching History Class in Talbert Hall. Photo by Douglas Levere

Published July 29, 2020

Planning your courses for the upcoming semester? Visit buffalo.edu/teachanywhere for designing and delivering courses in any format.


At UB Teach Anywhere, find the best resources for UB teaching faculty, curated by educational design and academic support experts from all over UB, plus some entirely new resources designed with flexible teaching in mind.

All in one place

UB Teach Anywhere compiles resources from across campus to empower faculty to teach wherever and however they need to, including:

  • Choosing the right delivery method (remote, hybrid, etc.) for your courses and activities
  • Technology recommendations 
  • Quick tips for remote teaching
  • Accessing academic resources from UB Libraries remotely
  • Accessibility and inclusivity 
  • Test monitoring and academic integrity

The site also features a faculty “Guide Me” tool where you select the tasks you want to use to engage your students, then get tips for succeeding using UB-provided tools and technology.

Need help?

UB Teach Anywhere also has a help section compiling resources from around campus, so you can find the support you need no matter what stage of planning your courses are in.