Academic Continuity Resources
We encourage deep and independent learning
We build a community of writers and learners
We engage with faculty through programs, events and consultations to foster teaching innovation and promote deep student learning.
We invite students to take advantage of Poorvu Center writing, tutoring, and mentoring resources specifically designed to support academic and personal success at Yale.
We support instructors as they integrate educational technology across course modalities.
We partner with graduate students and postdoctoral associates as they develop their teaching skills.
February 17, 2023
Within a week of the release of the ChatGPT AI Chatbot, Yale’s Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning began receiving questions from faculty about the implications for teaching. By the time the...
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Resources on ChatGPT and other AI software
The Faculty Teaching Academy is a program for faculty in their first three years of teaching at Yale that supports their development as members of the teaching and learning community. The goal of the program is to build a community of practice that engages instructors in structured conversations while advancing their knowledge of scholarly approaches to teaching.
Co-teaching with rare and primary sources benefits student learning.
Instructors have a variety of options for creating an online presence for their courses using Canvas @ Yale.