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Consultations and One-on-One Support

The following are available for one-on-one consulting online or on the phone.

Unsure of what you need? Just contact Judy Eddy, CTE's Assistant Director, at jeddy@ku.edu, 785-864-4100, who will act as a concierge resource to help you find whatever support you need. 

Individual Instructional Design Support (CODL). Offered by appointment through CODL throughout summer, for assistance in all four areas, particularly in online teaching environments. Contact codl@ku.edu

Individual/Departmental Support for Learning Outcomes and Assessment (CTE). Specialized support around learning outcomes and assessment, by appointment with Josh Potter, CTE Documenting Learning Specialist CODL, ongoing beginning June 23, 2020.Contact joshuadpotter@ku.edu or jeddy@ku.edu to schedule.

Individual Support for GTAs (CTE). By appointment with Kaila Colyott, CTE Teaching Innovation Coordinator, throughout the summer; assistance with all four areas, with special consideration of GTA needs. 

Individual Support for Educational Technology (IT). Email EdTech at itedtech@ku.edu for questions about Blackboard, Teams and other tools, throughout summer. If you need a mi-fi device or assistance with your IT managed laptop, contact the IT customer service center at itcsc@ku.edu.

Individual Support for Educational Technology at the Edwards Campus. Faculty and staff at the Edwards Campus can contact the IT Customer Service Center or the Edwards Campus IT Support at https://technology.ku.edu/edwards-campus.

Faculty Consultant Network (CTE). The Faculty Consultant network, led by CTE and composed of faculty with expertise with online teaching or tools, provides discipline embedded mentoring and consultation and distributed leadership for online and flex teaching. The FCN is also assisting with the design and delivery of CTE summer programming for GTAs and instructors.

Libraries:  Librarians are available for one-on-one consultations to discuss flexible approaches to library instruction and to design learning opportunities that develop critical thinking, awareness of information sources, and an understanding of the research process.  Please reach out to request a consultation with a library instructor to discuss your needs and potential approaches.