• Did You Know?

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    Did You Know?
  • Teaching Tips

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    Teaching Tips
  • Faculty Showcase

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    Faculty Showcase
  • Teaching

    This set of pages provides information relating to teaching, specifically Syllabi, Blackboard, Instructional Quality, and Semester Planning. … Continue Reading…

    Teaching
  • Blackboard Getting Started

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    Blackboard Getting Started
  • New Faculty

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    New Faculty

Welcome to the Faculty Center

The goal of the Faculty Center is to provide a one-stop shop of tools, information and resources that support new and current instructors teaching at the School of Information Studies. The Faculty Center has information for full-time and adjunct faculty, who teach face-to-face, blended or online courses at the iSchool.

My.iSchool Dashboard

The My.iSchool Dashboard is your control room for all internal iSchool Resources. From this site you are able to edit your iSchool profile, view class schedules and waitlists, directories and have access to IT Services.

In addition to this, you can log into this page from the iSchool website homepage by clicking the Log In button above the search bar in the upper right hand corner.

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