Faculty: the resources included on this page are to help you create a classroom environment that maximizes the learning of all students and contains useful resources to help:
- effectively integrate instructional technology as you develop and implement courses,
- learn about campus-wide workshops, seminars, guides and other faculty resources, and
- offer assistance and support with academic policies and procedures.
For more information about these resources or other questions you may have, contact
|Jill Y. Crainshaw||Associate Dean of Academic Affairsemail@example.com||336.758.4157|
|Susan Robinson||Administrative Assistant, Academic Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org||336.758.4157|
New MDiv Curriculum
Old MDiv Curriculum
Curriculum Election Form
Course and Final Exam Schedules, and Information
- See the Academic Resources page under Course Schedule and Offerings.
- Important Forms and Procedures
For information on procedures and the accompanying forms, please reference Forms and Procedures, available under Academic Resources.
- Course Set Up
Course Book Ordering
Though we are only several weeks into the fall term, plans are already moving forward for the spring semester. The Bookstore is implementing a new process for ordering books for the next semester’s courses. Going forward, the University will be using an online system for book orders: Verba System for Textbooks.
Course Packs and Custom Publishing
Several publisher agreements have made it possible for faculty to do custom publishing for their courses. For example, if you want to use only two or three chapters of a particular book in your course, then you may be able to make that request through the Bookstore and have just those chapters produced in book form.
The bookstore website has information that explains about desk copy book orders.
- Bulletin, Calendar, Student Handbook
- Campus Resources
- Teaching and Learning Center
- Professional Development Center
(you can order books to be delivered to your office and place books on reserve for courses)