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Week of Teaching Virtual Symposium Monday, April 27 to Friday, May 1

The Week of Teaching Virtual Symposium featured student and faculty voices as well as training sessions and open course tours. It sought to showcase the collective wisdom of the UK teaching community and offer inspiration and techniques for teaching in innovative and effective ways. Read more and review materials here!

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Teaching This Summer?

While we do not have the time typically afforded for the design of an online course, we do have more of a runway to gather speed before we take off for the summer term. Sign up for the Week of Teaching Virtual Symposium (4/27 to 5/1) for course tours, workshops, faculty and student perspectives, and more!

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News & Updates

Please visit  Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates for the latest university information.

Starting on Tuesday, 5/26, we will be using a new link for our virtual office hours. Visit our "Getting Help" page for the up-to-date link.

Teaching During Interruptions

Student success is critical to UK’s role as the state’s flagship and public land grant university. In pursuit of that objective, especially during times when events and other phenomena disrupt our usual course delivery, we are called upon as educators to act with creativity, flexibility, and alacrity to ensure that our students are able to continue learning and making progress in their educations.

We also recognize that sudden, dramatic shifts in teaching can be confusing and frustrating. Courses may need to be pared down to their essential elements, and curricula may need to be revised. First and foremost, no one is alone in this endeavor; colleagues and support units in UK’s teaching community are eager to help with questions and needs. As long as we keep the learning goals in mind, we can adapt to the situation.