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Our office works closely with other departments at OU to ensure that you not only know of all the resources available to you, but also have convenient access to them. This model provides you a multi-layered support system, helping to ensure your success.

Below, you will find links to many of these offices and departments and a brief description of how they can help you. We encourage you to visit each site to learn more about what resources that office can provide. If you have additional questions about campus support, please contact us; we would be more than happy to point you in the right direction.

Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)

The mission of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) is to maximize the University’s academic impact by advancing innovation in the classroom and sharing expertise on teaching and learning. CTE strives to inspire, enable, and facilitate the education of students and teaching staff to create a pedagogically cultivating university.

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Office of Academic Assessment

The Office of Academic Assessment promotes good assessment through facilitating a variety of assessment activities for faculty including workshops, individual consultations, focused sessions at the program level, and events aimed at discussing strategies for enhancing student learning.

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Active Learning Rooms

OU has several spaces available to you that have been engineered for optimizing technology in the classroom.

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OU Libraries

Our libraries provide a variety of resources to ensure that you have access to all the content you need to successfully build and maintain your course. Additionally, they can help your students learn the research process and access all the content they may need to do their own research projects. There are many librarians available who can help compile materials to meet any needs you may have.

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Open Educational Resources

OERs are educational materials that are specifically designed by their creator/s to be openly available, and are often licensed to be re-used, re-mixed, and re-distributed.

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Peggy V. Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center

This newly created, state of the art space in the Bizzell Memorial Library has a wide variety of resources and meeting spaces for you and your students.

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OU IT Learning Spaces

The Mission of the IT Learning Spaces team is to create and maintain the best learning and teaching environments for students and faculty through the use of world-class information technology services.

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MyMedia

MyMedia serves as an enterprise-wide video content delivery solution for the University of Oklahoma. All video that is uploaded into MyMedia is automatically stored in the cloud for distribution. When a user requests to play the video, the player automatically identifies the device type, operating system, browser, and internet connection speed, then selects the ideal version of the video to provide the best viewing experience for each user.

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LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda) offers dynamic video tutorials on Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and more – all FREE to The University of Oklahoma faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students.

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Academic Integrity

Many resources for helping your students understand the importance of academic integrity and for your enforcement of it can be found here.

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Disability Resource Center (DRC)

The DRC provides individualized support services to help students achieve success. To encourage full participation for students with disabilities and help ensure equal educational opportunity, the Disability Resource Center provides a variety of support services, many of which have been developed in response to expressed student needs.

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