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.
November 22, 2021
The Poorvu Center Helps Advance In-person Lecture Capture
By Staff Writer
As students return to in-person or hybrid classes, requests for audio and video “lecture capture” have been increasing...
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Rosenkranz Award Offers up to $10,000 for Classroom Innovation
Poorvu Center’s Graduate Writing Lab Reimagines Dissertation Writing as Practice
The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning is located within Sterling Memorial Library on the first floor and the mezzanine along York Street. The main entrance is located at 301 York Street, near Mory's and Toad's.
Strategies and tools for supporting student learning in the classroom
The Graduate Writing Lab offers a Certificate for Public Communication to current Yale graduate students. Participants must complete several components of the program to receive a certificate. The certificate does not confer academic credit.