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The Teaching and Technology Center can provide resources on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning. Books in our teaching-focused library are available for instructors to check out - stop by Tower 157 to explore the titles we have.

Not seeing what you are interested in? Contact us at 608.342.1798 or ttc@uwplatt.edu. We are available to research and provide information on topics related to teaching, learning and the technologies used in the learning environment.

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This is How I Teach

UW-Platteville has over 1,400 employees who care about student success, inside and outside of the classroom. Learn more about these inspirational teachers' teaching styles, teaching advice, and what they like to do in their free time in this series: "This is How I Teach"

White Papers

Educators and researchers at UW-Platteville interested in teaching and technology topics have written and shared White Papers on a variety of topics. These short papers are useful for a brief overview on new and emerging topics.

Mentoring

Research suggests that an effective mentoring program increases the quality of teaching and that leads to learning improvement. To learn more about this topic, check out our Mentoring page for more information.

FPD Modules

The TTC has developed a series of online learning modules for faculty and instructors at UW-Platteville who would like a quick introduction to a specific topic related to teaching and learning at our university. Check these out and hit the ground running!

 

If nothing else suits your purposes here, feel free to check out our Miscellaneous Resources. There you will find various resources about a variety of topics related to teaching and learning, learning technologies, and selected topics of interest for faculty and teaching staff.

 

TTC: Rivera

Undergraduate High Impact Practices (HIPs)

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Dr. Julio Rivera is a national leader in the undergraduate research movement and is Emeritus President of the Council on Undergraduate Research where he served on its executive board and was named its volunteer of the year in 2005.

On April 26, 2017, Dr. Rivera conducted the Undergraduate High Impact Practices (HIPs) Workshop (as part of the Pioneer Creative Activities and Research Day) at UW-Platteville where he discussed the philosophical framework for high impact practices, focusing on undergraduate research and creative work, and the evidence for their importance in undergraduate education.

To watch a recording of the workshop and view the PowerPoint slides incorporated within it, please visit the follow-up from Dr. Julio Rivera's workshop**

**Must be a UWP faculty member in order to view this page

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