Faculty Resources

As a faculty member, you have access to a world of IT support and resources. Below are the most commonly used IT and instructional resources on campus. For more information on all available IT services, feel free to browse our service catalog.

Getting Connected

UF Computing Help Desk

The UF Computing Help Desk provides technical support to the UF community. Expert consultants are available 24/7 by phone or email and during regular business hours at 132 Hub.

Self-help resources are also available on the Help Desk website. Visit 132 Hub, call 352-392-HELP/4357, or email helpdesk@ufl.edu for assistance.

Facilitating Learning and Collaboration

Other Campus Resources

Recommended Workshops/Resources for Faculty

Best Practices for Teaching Online

The Best Practices for Teaching Online certificate of completion provides participants the opportunity to explore pedagogically sound course design principles that promote student success in the online learning environment. This series will address the needs of diverse learners through student-centered activities, while also focusing on key issues such as accessibility, usability, and engagement.

eLearning @ UF: Build and Design

Learn how to create and update an online course on UF’s e-learning system. In this hands-on training, certified trainers guide participants in creating an engaging online course.Trainers guide the application of course design best practices and management strategies to help instructors deliver online courses that are efficient and student-friendly.

eLearning @ UF: Facilitate and Engage

Are you new to e-learning at UF or wondering how to facilitate a pre-created course?  In this training, participants will actively engage with the e-learning interface from instructor perspective and explore the powerful tools for providing effective feedback and assessing student progress.

Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility

The Teaching for Inclusivity and Accessibility certificate of completion helps instructors reach a diverse group of students and consider issues of identity, equity, and access. It focuses on relevant and reflective activities that allow participants to implement changes in their teaching practice.