- Wolverine Access
The site for on-line registration, class rosters, student accounts, pay stubs, submitting grades, etc.
UM's online course management system. You can use the site to post announcements, readings, and handouts; to run on-line discussion sessions or chat rooms with students; and to receive electronic copies of assignments from your students.
- Academic Calendar
Find out when classes start, when classes end, and when we get vacation!
- Time Schedule
Find out when and where all your classes are being held.
- Exam Schedule Find out when the final for the class you are teaching is. Put it on your syllabus!
- Course Guide
Find out what classes are being offered. This comes in handy when your students ask what they should take next, now that you've instilled in them a life long love of philosophy.
Find out the contact information of anyone associated with the university.
For Your Teaching Enhancement
- LSA Instructor's Handbook
This handbook is full of helpful tidbits about LSA guidelines for things like grading, classroom conduct, add/drop policies, etc.
- CRLT: The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
CRLT provides many resources for GSI's, including information on individual consultations, seminars, and tips for improving teaching. Check out the "For GSIs" link!
- Information Technology Central Services
Computers are complicated and you have better things to do with your time. These people can help. This site also links to your student account, so you can check things like how much of your printing ration you have used up.
- Faculty Exploratory
The faculty exploratory provides workshops on how to use handy computer programs like Dreamweaver, Power Point, Excel, EndNote, etc. They also have copies of software for your test-driving pleasure.
For Student Referral
- Services for Students with Disabilities
Information for both students and instructors on how to deal with disabilities that might potentially affect a student's performance in class.
- Sweetland Writing Center
The SWC, on the first floor of Angell Hall, has writing workshops, a peer tutorial program, and an on-line paper feedback service for undergraduates. It also has services for graduate students, should you be so inclined.
- Counseling and Psychological Services
CAPS, located on the third floor of the Michigan Union, offers free counseling services for all students. This website has information on urgent crisis intervention, on how to properly engage and refer a student who you feel needs help, on making an appointment for yourself, and much more.
- English Language Institute
ELI provides resources for ESL (English as a Second Language) students and faculty.