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- Academic Instruction Program: Professor Nicholas Popovich provides insight on teaching
- Peer Review Have your Pharmacy course reviewed by peers
- Retention Policy for exams:
- LTS: Learning Technology Solutions: UIC's office for educational technology and instruction
- Office of the Vice Provost: Information and resources to help with your career at UIC & beyond
- Illinois Review Board at UIC: Information about research activities
- Lynda.com: An online library of tutorials for almost everything
- Educause: Nonprofit that promotes the understanding and advancement of learning through innovative technology
- Online Pharmacy Associations & Journals
The Academic Instruction Program is directed by Nicholas G. Popovich, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Dean for Professional Development and available for faculty, grad students, and post docs to attend. The sessions meet every other Wednesday from 3:30 – 630 p.m. View the Academic Instruction Program page for more information.
Request a faculty member to experience one of your class sessions and provide observations and feedback. The peer review form and policies can be found on the Blackboard T.A.L.K website, log-in to Blackboard and enter the Academic Affairs, T.A.L.K (Teach, Assess, Learn, Know) to retrieve the form.
LTS (Learning Technology Solutions) provides instructional training, self-paced online video tutorials, group workshops and one-on-one consulting.
The mission of the Learning Technology Solutions is to empower faculty to design and deliver technology-enhanced education. In addition to providing a number of services (professional development, course development, and technology support) the LTS also offers individual and group consultations on instructional design principles and the integration of technology into teaching.
- Email LTS to ask for instructional support for your Pharmacy course: LTS@uic.edu
- Call to have a question answered about ECHO360 or Blackboard
- (on campus) 6-9824, or 312-996-9824 (off campus)
- Walk to LTS during Open Office Hours (call prior to arrival: 3-0003):
- East campus: The Benjamin Goldberg Resource Center, 1940 W Taylor, Room 181
- West campus: Lecture Center E, Room E112
- West Campus: Richard J. Daley Library, Room LIB 1-030
Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
Whether you are a seasoned member of the UIC faculty or a newcomer, visit the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs website. It offers information and resources to help you in your career at UIC.
All research activities that include humans must be reviewed and approved by the IRB, receive an exemption determination, or receive a determination of not human subjects research from the OPRS/IRB. An investigator must receive a written approval, exemption determination, or not human subjects determination prior to starting the research.
This process is designed to ensure that during the conduct of the research the rights and welfare of human subjects are protected (minimizing risks, selecting subjects equitably without coercion, obtaining informed consent, ensuring privacy and confidentiality).
Visit the UIC Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research IRB Compliance website for more information.
Lynda.com has over a thousand of self-paced video tutorials that address how to use different programs or how to develop new skills, taught by industry experts and available 24/7. Make sure to log-in through go.uic.edu/Lynda.
A few topics covered by lynda.com tutorials: SPSS, Photoshop, Prezi, Evernote, iMovie, Creating Video Training, Captivate eLearning, Gamification of Learning, Data-Driven Instruction, Teaching Adult Learners
Educause is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. The Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) promotes the understanding and advancement of learning through innovative technology. Check out the programs and resources offered and how technology is being used throughout higher education. Every UIC faculty and student has access to create a free account with Educause to view their research and publications.